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Hardware specs for old machines

 
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Simeon Harwood
Regular Advisor

Hardware specs for old machines

Afternoon all,
Does anyone know where I might be able to lay my hands on hardware information for old HP kit. (Specifically - BTU and power consumption for D's, L's and N's).

I would look in the purple book, but HP don't like outsiders look at it...... humpf.

Ta,
Sime.
You never had this problem with a pencil and paper!
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Patrick Wallek
Honored Contributor
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Re: Hardware specs for old machines

Try here to start with:

http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html
Simeon Harwood
Regular Advisor

Re: Hardware specs for old machines

Thanks chaps, this was just the info I was looking for.

Sime.
You never had this problem with a pencil and paper!
Greg Vaidman
Respected Contributor

Re: Hardware specs for old machines

I know this isn't point eligible, but I just wanted to point out another place to get specification details on HP/Compaq stuff, and that's the HP Product Bulletin at http://h18000.www1.hp.com/productbulletin/

To find older (retired/obsoleted) equipment, you have to go into the archives area.

One of the other benefits of the product bulletin is that you can use it on the web or download the application to your PC to be able to use offline.

Regards,
Greg