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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Digital Equipment Corporation 4000 AXP computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Wednesday 27th June 2018
rod (canada)

Looks more like a dehumidifier or an air conditioner than a computer.

Saturday 7th July 2007
ryan (San Jose, California, USA)

I found and purchased one of these at a office going-out-of-business sale in 1996. I have never been able to boot it, some thing must be corrupted?

Sunday 22nd October 2006
Merjia (Aus)

Wow, 1992 and up to 2gb of ram?

Tuesday 6th January 2004
Ian (UK)

VMS is freely available with the Hobbyist licence. See

Thursday 24th July 2003
amorphka (hungary)

And what is your experience? I'd like to start one of these (especially a DEC 4000 AXP model 710) but there is no free OS running on this type because of Futurebus+ :( Can You recommend me something?

Thursday 5th June 2003
Ian (UK)

I run one of these with VMS V7.3-1 !

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