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I > IBM  > PC AT


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the IBM  PC AT computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Wednesday 27th April 2022

Tengo un ordenador IBM PC AT TYPE 2 20 MB por si alguien desea adquirirlo.

Tuesday 18th October 2016
chenzf (China)

Where there is sell IBM PC/XT?

Sunday 16th October 2016
Christoph  (Australia)

I have a IBM System 1981 ni monitor no key board, but I do have boot disks and some chips as well, I would like to sell to a collector who will value this ?
Can send Photos

Friday 26th September 2014
Xcursion666 (Usa)

i recently found one of these beasts in a dumpster with a zenith data systems display it didnt have the keyboard though :(
i got a laugh when i booted it up and it said keyboard error press f1 to resume lol i think the hd in it still works it has a sticker on the back that says its a reference drive

Monday 27th September 2010
Nick Y (UK)

This was one of my first pc, eventually I upgraded this computer with 1152K (512+640) and then installed a 1.44MB floppy drive however the bios only allowed me to for 720K drives, I managed to install a version of Windows 3.0 my splitting and zipping the setup files onto floppys and unpacked on the 30MB drive I had.. I remember when I first get it and switched it on, my father went straight to electric cupboard ... had plenty of experiemce with this computer, finished up with just the mainboard in cupboard now as I installed a faster motherboard in the IBM case afterwards..

Friday 9th July 2010
vintageNerd (Australia)

A total of 5 models were released - see$285170$29

Sunday 24th August 2008
Russ Blakeman (Kentucky USA)

Same here - I have gobs of this old iron in dry storage and I have an AT-1 and AT-2 both in working order that I use from time to time. I also have some PC and XT items and lots of PS/2 stuff.

Sunday 17th August 2008
Andrew J (UK)

This machine was a beast! 19.5kgs I think.... Made in Scotland from girders, Greenock to be precise! I love my AT, got three XT's too - they're ace! You can't beat the clunkiness of these machines.

Saturday 15th December 2007
insektenfang (Earth)

There was also a further and later model named the AT-X. I used one for several years, but can't recall the advantages over the standard AT. It was along time ago...

Tuesday 14th May 2002
Jayme (Tyler,TX)

I have lots of computer parts for sale like: mother boards,hard drives,processors,keyboards,mouses, joysticks,cases,chips,memmory expansion slots,cd-rom drives.You name a price!
My phone number:(903)534-2883 my email

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