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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 12:31 pm 

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And thank you is advance, I tried to sort as best as I could. On the pics that only have one side there is nothing or not much on the backside so no pictures.

Pic 100-7309 is a PCMCIA token ring card, 3 jet direct cards, a different jet direct card and not sure of the last one.

pic 100_7310 is a dell docking station, 2 PCMCIA cards, main board from a Epson stylus pro 400, a cisco cable adapter and not sure about the others...

backside of 100-7310

pic 100-7312 is 8 pcmcia cards, one netgear router, and a dell monitor main board

pic 100-7313 is a monitor board for an IBM POS machine, a cable modem, dvd recorder and the t shaped board is a docking station again, not sure about the middle lower board.

pic 100-7314 is the backside of 100-7313

pic 100-7315 slightly processed tivo board toshiba brand

pic 100-7316 is 5 mini pci wireless cards for laptops

pic 100-7317 back side of the wireless cards


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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2015 6:52 pm 

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1 finger cards
2 peripheral
3 peripheral
4 large boards are peripheral small/either peripheral finger or air card (not on list) keep them separated. I've had them go as all three. Let them decide
5
Top left peripheral bottom ledt is a laptop or all on one mobo? my guess would be small socket With the high gold pin adapter on it. huge board is peripheral. Top left column is same as 4. Middle peripheral bottom... may be telco As is. may be peripheral. If you cut the adapters off definitely telco. Email Chris or pm the admin. Righ column
Peripheral peripheral ram (cut the end off to get devalued ram/telco grade.
Peripheral. Bottom is midgrade.
Last pic. Top row telco peripheral finger card. Bottom row. All three should get green fiber with metal is my guess from other replys in the forum.
I've always removed the flatpacks from those resulting in clean green fiber cpus and peripheral boards


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