PS/2 Model 25 Resources
Model 25 Stuff
Quick & Dirty Setup
Common System Information
Error Codes Defined
Model 25 (some EduQuest stuff)
Care and Feeding
My Model 25s And Info:
Reply Model 25 PowerBoard
Coming Soon! (Really!)
PC Enterprises Genesis/PC
Model 25 Upgrade Board
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to the Model 25 Information Pages. Here you will find a nearly complete
guide to the various types of Model 25s and their configurations. You
will also find a comprehensive guide to upgrading or installing new
hardware into your 25. Use the links in the table at the left to get
Not sure where to go from here?
Just Starting Out?
Get your Model 25 starter diskette before all else. Start with Quick & Dirty setup if you're in a hurry to get up and running or if you're not familiar with how to set up and use a Model 25.
Or, if you have an EduQuest, check out the EduQuest information by using the links in the table at the left.
After getting set up and running, you may want to read about clock batteries, especially if your machine gave you a battery error at startup.
Want More Specific Info?
Check out your model's specific page first if you have some time to sit and read up on your system.Look at the links table to the left to find your specific system. Common System Info has details on type-model visual ID processes, unlocking, installing disk drives, installing RAM and more. Common System Info is the best place to start if you want to upgrade or at least know your options.
Check out the links in the table at the left of the screen. Feel free to contact us with any comments, questions or suggestions you may have.
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