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1998\12\30@072028 by Bob Newhart

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Sorry about the flipancy of my previous post - I know the original poster
and meant to send it direct to him.  Hope I didn't offend anyone.

Happy New Years!

jason

1998\12\30@085332 by Harrison Cooper

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haha...man...I was wondering if maybe his machine had that nasty virus that
renamed things in text....

Anyway...my opinion, since I have been redesigning boards to get rid of
obsolete parts, don't even touch em.  If you do, and they fail, then you end
up redesigning the thing again.  Go get a part that is recent and still
available.  Saves a bunch of problems later on.

1998\12\30@120440 by John A. Craft

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No Bitch, no offence :)

Jc.

At 05:19 AM 12/30/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Sorry about the flipancy of my previous post - I know the original poster
>and meant to send it direct to him.  Hope I didn't offend anyone.
>
>Happy New Years!
>
>jason
>
>

1998\12\31@024007 by Mark Willis

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Harrison Cooper wrote:
>
> haha...man...I was wondering if maybe his machine had that nasty virus that
> renamed things in text....
>
> Anyway...my opinion, since I have been redesigning boards to get rid of
> obsolete parts, don't even touch em.  If you do, and they fail, then you end
> up redesigning the thing again.  Go get a part that is recent and still
> available.  Saves a bunch of problems later on.

 These are "Cache RAM chips" for standard motherboards, though, pretty
easily available for some time to come, pretty cheap new OR used.

 I suspect in 15 years I'll still have spares (I do have more spare
256k 30-pin SIMMs, but that's because I don't USE those SIMMs <G>)

 Mark, spam_OUTmwillisTakeThisOuTspamnwlink.com

1998\12\31@044035 by Keith Causey

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-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Willis <.....mwillisKILLspamspam@spam@NWLINK.COM>
To: PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....MITVMA.MIT.EDU>
Date: Thursday, December 31, 1998 12:41 AM
Subject: Re: Mystery SRAMS - Whoops


>Harrison Cooper wrote:
>>
>> haha...man...I was wondering if maybe his machine had that nasty virus
that
>> renamed things in text....
>>
>> Anyway...my opinion, since I have been redesigning boards to get rid of
>> obsolete parts, don't even touch em.  If you do, and they fail, then you
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Thanks Mark but what I really would like is a data sheet repleat with pinout
so I can use them in projects. I suspect they are JDEC standard but I've
never seen the data to corroborate that opinion. Any information of this
type?
                                   Thanks
                                   Keith Causey
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