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Need Information on an Old Computer: MT-2400-24853C

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#1 Salticidae


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Posted 16 November 2008 - 12:43 AM

Hello Everybody,

I have come across an old computer model # MT-2400-24853C. I am impressed with my find, as this is the oldest machine I have seen since I started tinkering. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to locate any information concerning specifications, manuals, or other information that would point me toward making this machine somewhat relevant and useful. I've listed all the info I could find below, and would appreciate any input, comments, or tips.

Motherboard: Found 4 serial numbers, 3 with a bar code, none of which mean anything to me.
Converted to 201-00023

Socket 7 with an Intel Pentium SY015

Looks like it has 4 slots, 3 slots are bunched together, and the forth one is on its own, perhaps 1cm away. There were two rather unsophisticated looking RAM chips, both labeled MC-422000F32BA-60 9641SP0433

Riser Card: (At least I think its called a Riser Card).
P/N:30040-001 PWB REV:B01

Sound Card: (connected to the Riser Card)
ansc70908771 030275

Also had a power supply, cd rom, and floppy drive dated 1995, so i won't list them here.

That's all I've got.


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Posted 16 November 2008 - 03:20 AM

Wow, that is old. Socket 7 was used in the original Pentium chips. Here's some info surrounding the CPU I found: SY015 (Intel Pentium 150MHz). A TigerDirect parts search lists the PC as an NEC model MT-2400-24853C, here's the list. I'm not sure how accurate any of this is, it is from so long ago. I'm having flashbacks to my first PC.....an old Crutchfield 386SX. I wonder what happened to it...



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Posted 17 November 2008 - 01:00 PM

Does the board have a FCC number?\
It's more than likely an old NEC or Packard Bell
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#4 Salticidae

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Posted 18 November 2008 - 11:58 AM

Does the board have a FCC number?\
It's more than likely an old NEC or Packard Bell

I think one of the four numbers I listed with the motherboard might have been an FCC number. I will confirm that when I get home. Thanks for the reply. Those prices on tigerdirect are alot more expensive than I would have thought. Perhaps I might be able to sell this little gem?

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