Valid Format Number II

Discussion in 'Packard Bell' started by Howard, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. Howard

    Howard Guest

    Thanks "metronid", but my master disk "170210", BU only goes up to format
    555520.scr. It does not contain 555540.scr. Since this was PBMMCD10_R1,
    would there be a later master disk release containing the 555540.scr format?

    Thanks,
    Howard

    >My format number from my system >credentials is 555540.scr, it is not
    >listed
    >on my master disk - PBMMCD10_R1 No. ?>170210. Can anyone tell me which
    >master
    >disk would contain this format? The >computer in question is a 1994 PB LG
    >23CD with a 486 processor. The serial >number is L142125936+, the part
    >number
    >is 890388
     
    Howard, Jan 26, 2007
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  2. Howard

    metronid Guest

    The one that I have does
    The 170210 came in 4 revisions
    I am looking at revison 4

    Packard bell was known for shipping out the wrong media
    The legend 10CD was rev 1 and 2
    The 30CD should be a later one

    I can Email that folder if you need it
    It is 4.45 MB

    You should also have a generic.scr
    That should work

    On Jan 25, 11:51 pm, "Howard" <> wrote:
    > Thanks "metronid", but my master disk "170210", BU only goes up to format
    > 555520.scr. It does not contain 555540.scr. Since this was PBMMCD10_R1,
    > would there be a later master disk release containing the 555540.scr format?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Howard
    >
    >
    >
    > >My format number from my system >credentials is 555540.scr, it is not
    > >listed
    > >on my master disk - PBMMCD10_R1 No. ?>170210. Can anyone tell me which
    > >master
    > >disk would contain this format? The >computer in question is a 1994 PB LG
    > >23CD with a 486 processor. The serial >number is L142125936+, the part
    > >number
    > >is 890388- Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text -
     
    metronid, Jan 26, 2007
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