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Earlier today, I happened to be carrying a monitor to my IBM PS/2 computer. I dropped it when I fumbled over a cable :mad: , and it fell about 3 feet. When I plugged it back in, it still had full clarity and color. It was made in 1989, it's a 14" Sanyo Fixed Frequency VGA.
The shitty thing couldnt go past 640x480 and sucked. I later retired it today after gfinding a spare monitor.
I'm running short on monitors lying around, I'm trying to get a monitor for every PC I have, right now in my room I have 3 computers set up and working, with a 4th soon being added.`
Here is a model 50
And here is a model 30
I've got a color 25.
lemme get a closeup
My 30/286 PS\2 monitor imploded on me when I had it on the top self in my garage and the cord was weged in a box and when I moves the box it pulled the monitor with it. Even pulled the PC that was connected to it.
Those areny my computers nor my image.
ERr... William Walsh, Walsh Comp. Tech, walshcomptech.com. probly the 2nd biggest PS\2 fan besides this other guy name Alfred Arnold.
And that's DOS? WOW!
And i have a 850mb Seagate somewhere, which after I threw it out of a window, turned out to be working again, with no bad clusters!
same as tvs. they're hard to break aswell
fortunatly that doesn't happen on my laptop bein tft an' all....
Laptops use LCD (liquid crystal display) which is basically liquid
they're really srtong
Out the dumpster... I THINK it was the one near the field.... But there were like 3 or 4 around there so I cant REALLY remember, but Im pretty sure that was it.
take 2, put your ear in between the 2.
But the degauss button doesnt fix everything. I had one monitor thats been sitting on a speaker (no, REAL speakers built into a large wodden box) for awhile and I couldnt degauss it out. It works fine, but while letting has like a rainbow shadow or something :? . I could try to fix it.