Atari ABC 386DXII computer Serial Number 8A1 01000044 AS IS
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Atari ABC 386DXII computer
Serial Number 8A1 01000044
The Atari ABC line of computers were Atari's last line of desktop personal computers. The systems were in custom Atari ABC (Atari Basic Computer) cases which were elegant and stylish. They included keyboard and mouse. Two flavors were available, the 20Mhz SX version or the 40 Mhz DX version of Intel 386 Processor. They came standard with 1MB of memory, expandable to 8MB. An optional 80387SX was available. Pheonix BIOS for compatibility. 2 8-bit slots and 4 16-bit slots (ISA). Super VGA video. 40MB hard disk and 3.5" floppy. 1 Parallel, 2 Serial and 1 Game Port included. The systems camed packaged with MS-DOS 5.0 and Windows 3.0. The DX version had 8 16-bit ISA slots, 2MB of memory expandable to 64MB, used AMI BIOS and came with an 80MB hard drive.
This unit was purchased directly from Atari (thus the low serial number) and used in a retail store for its lifetime.
This is an Atari ABC 386DXII. This unit is Serial Number 8A1 0100044
It originally came with 2MB RAM, One 720k internal floppies, and an 80MB internal hard drive.
It currently has an internal 3.5” drive, 5.25” drive, and a CD-ROM drive. The HDD is no longer installed (it was non-functional), but all of the HDD hardware cards/cables are still installed.
There are additional cards installed (CD/Sound card, upgraded VGA card)
This also comes with an original Atari ABC 386SXII box and packing materials. However, the serial numbers do NOT match. (Box serial number is 8A1 0100041)
This also includes the original manual, Windows floppy disks and manual, as well as DOS 3.2 floppy disks and manuals.
Keyboard IS included and IS functional
· 16MB of RAM installed
SVGA monitor card (monitor is NOT INCLUDED)
Keyboard (Atari brand)
25” drive (probably 1.22MB)
Good power supply
Windows floppies and manuals
MS-DOS disks and manuas
Original Retail box (serial numbers do NOT match)
- Serial number on box does NOT match ABC serial number
- Will NOT boot floppy disk
- Power on and passes self tests
- CMOS battery is dead
Final Caveat: This system has been tested to the extent noted. However, it is 30 years old and there could be something I have not seen. This unit is sold AS IS.