Posted 30 October 2007 - 08:17 AM
We work on these workhorses at my shop (but our resources are limited to mostly software fixes) and they are a great old system.
As Acklan suggests, I'd try working on it yourself - it'll be a rewarding experience to get it up and running on your own (and you'll understand a lot more about how computers work after doing it). As another plus, the repair work you do yourself is vastly cheaper than having someone else do it!
If you don't want to do that, then keep canvassing the local shops until you find someone who will work on it. These systems are hard to kill, so there's gotta be someone locally who can work on them.
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