THE LED (AND LASER) MUSEUM
NEEDS A REPLACEMENT MONITOR ***AND*** A USED WIN 98-CAPABLE COMPUTER

Just like it reads above...The LED (and Laser) Museum needs a replacement monitor AND a replacement (well-used) desktop computer (preferably a Gateway 2000 from circa. ~2000 to ~2002) that can run Windows 98.

The reason is that lightning struck & destroyed my lab computer (THIS IS IMPORTANT! IT IS USED ALMOST EXCLUSIVELY FOR RUNNING MY ProMetric 8 Beam Cross-Sectional Analyser) approximately one week ago (as of 09-05-13); though I think I can salvage the hard drive -- the same bolt of lightning also seriously damaged my Asus VW246 24" Wide-Screen LCD Monitor -- see the photographs to see what I'm speaking of here.

My mother's computer was also destroyed by the same lightning strike; hers operated using Windows XP. I'm as-of-yet unsure if her printer was damaged or not.






This spot is growing visibly larger every day; now (09-04-13)
it is approximately 4" (~10.160cm) in diameter!!!


Specifications needed on that computer:

A LEGACY GATEWAY 2000 COMPUTER WOULD BE IDEAL HERE!


I don't need the monitor right away (the display on my Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop Computer will suffice in the interim), but I do need that computer in order to resume producing beam cross-sectional analyses.


These are the ProMetric's video capture board and the security dongle.

If you can get your hands on the computer and/or the monitor, please send them to The LED (and Laser) Museum at:

The LED (and Laser) Museum
c/o Craig Johnson
32820 20th Ave S. Unit 4
Federal Way, WA, 98003-9428
USA
Ph. 1-253-653-1743


If you require additional information, please contact me at ledmuseum@gmail.com.

You will receive a page on this website acknowledging your gift; your name and address will of course be omitted to help protect your privacy unless stated otherwise.

Thank you ever so much ahead of time!!!


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