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That would be USB, Audio out, Microphone in, FireWire. And PCMCIA slot above the two connectors. And there is a connector for a docking station at the bottom.


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I can only guess that it might be something like parts of the firmware being stored on the HDD that could get nuked by the Windows installer. At least I have a Compaq DeskPro 486 that had a nice clicky graphical BIOS Setup utility (resembling current UEFI interfaces, completely out of place in the 90's) and that one was stored in a special hidden partition ...


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Didn't see anyone mention the Commodore SX-64. Another one in the luggable category, of course. It was mass produced, and marketed towards executives.


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Find someone with a floppy drive and controller, make some floppy disks for it (for example, I could make you some, but I doubt you live near me). Does it have a harddisk? Is it an IDE harddisk? Take harddisk out, hook up the harddisk to some other computer with IDE interface (or buy an USB-to-IDE interface), format the harddisk with an OS. Finding disk ...


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If you can dig up the service manual, you can then identify the model or product ID of the CD-ROM drive. Then you can get very specific when searching. I've setup an ebay search for product IDs and it emails me daily whenever something matches the criteria. Other than that, buying another Lifebook that has a CD-ROM drive could be your best bet. It's ...


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The Ericsson portable computer. https://books.google.com.au/books?id=Udw3QWX2LQ8C&lpg=PA136&ots=v_BT-e4wly&dq=Ericsson%20Portable%20PC&pg=PA135#v=onepage&q=Ericsson%20Portable%20PC&f=false


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I do not know what this is (have a identify question posted). But it might qualify.


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