At 05:17 PM 10/20/97 +0800, you wrote:
>Has anyone using the Advance Entry 150 with V3R7 successfully upgraded
>to the V4R1?
>I gathered that you'll need to have at least 8GB harddisk as the OS
>itself takes up about 4GB? And to run it optimumly, you'll need 96MB of
>RAM although one could try running it with 64MB.
>
A few problems here.  If I remember, the model 150 was sold with V3R7 only,
and there was no provision to upgrade the software.  We don't sell 150s
(they are sold through the MIR channel only) and I'm not familiar with the
T's & C's.  Any restriction on IBM's part would have been arbitrary.

Assuming that you can upgrade the 150, I see no reason why it's demands for
OS/400 should be any greater than that for a model 400.  Minimum
requirements are 64 mb of memory and 4GB of DASD.

Al



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