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Location DB > Japan > Fukushima Prefecture > Fukushima > Greenland Amusement Park > Greenland > Imgp1639.jpg

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Posted by bo2krocketman 3/17/2005 6:24 AM | remove
  Shit, do one of those 5.5in drives have a floppy in them. If you can find anything (that still works) ther might be some cool applications/data on them.
Posted by TurboZutek 3/17/2005 10:06 PM | remove
  Are we sure these are PCs ? They look like old CPM machines.. Like the 'SuperBrain' model of CPM / OS Machine ?

I loved mine.. Till it went senile.
Posted by Flash 4/28/2005 3:43 AM | remove
  Urban decay at its finest.
Posted by Kuroneko 4/28/2005 8:15 AM | remove
  With two drives, they are probably not PCs? Bootable device config needed in one, and app in the other? No idea really.
Posted by ex-goose-villager 7/26/2005 2:57 PM | remove
  <<Are we sure these are PCs ? They look like old CPM machines.. Like the 'SuperBrain' model of CPM / OS Machine ? I loved mine.. Till it went senile. >>

Superbrains? I remember reading about those... with the 90-day warranty that started when the unit was shipped from the manufacturer to the warehouse. As many a customer found out to their dismay, they opened up the box, found their unit dead-on-arrival, and were thereupon told that the unit was out of warranty!!! (Nice marketing tactic that!)

Posted by Axle 8/8/2005 10:18 PM | remove
  Those are 5.5" drives, those are full 8" drives. Awesome find!
Posted by Logan 10/14/2005 2:51 AM | remove
  I am pretty sure those are Okuma's. I found one at work. It was used to control a piece of equipment in our machine shop. One of the floppys has to be a boot disk and the other is the application.
Posted by BOX 1/6/2006 7:45 PM | remove
  any floppy disk that old and exposed to elements is long past "useless" to get data from.
Posted by mohavewolfpup 3/1/2006 8:57 PM | remove
  you would be amazed with floppies, I have one from 1994 that I have thrown around, left in hot cars, and not treated very well like a floppy should be treated normally, and it still functions fine! any others I have bought/used have failed since then, but not this one!
Posted by Knoeki 11/27/2007 9:49 PM | remove
  wow, that's really awesome! I just love old computers.. defiantly 8" floppydrives... damn, wish I'd have one of these... <3
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