Monthly Archives: August 2020

Seagate Serial Talk

Some time ago, the OS/2 Museum obtained a 10 GB Seagate ST310014ACE hard disk (IDE 3.5″ low profile). The disk was unusable because it was locked. That is, it needed an unknown password to gain access to the medium. After … Continue reading

Posted in Hardware Hacks, PC hardware, Seagate | 22 Comments

Breaking Into ASOS

The OS/2 Museum recently acquired a Quantum Bigfoot TS hard disk in mint condition. The Bigfoot drives, as some readers may remember, were rather oddball late-1990s 5.25″ IDE drives that were cheap, slow, and relatively big. There was a sticker … Continue reading

Posted in Compaq, PC history, SCO | 4 Comments