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What old Macs you have lying around?

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I have:

1x Macintosh SE FDHD (working) 7.1, 2x PowerBook 180 (one of which is working) 7.1, ???, 1x Quadra 800, upgraded to PPC (Working) 8.0, 1x PowerBook 5300ce (working) 8.5, Power Mac 9600 (working, still in use), 9.2.2, soon to run OS X as well.

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Just picked up a PowerMac G4 400mhz ATI 128RagePro, Gigabit Graphite 384meg, pro keyboard, pro mouse, 19inch sony monitor for $90 au

replaced SH***Y IBM DeckStar 40g with WD80 and WD30 and upgraded memory to 704meg running 10.4.11.

Not to bad.

Now to update firmware IF I can figure out how to install OS9, Probably should have installed that first I suppose.



Just installed 9.1 and updated Firmware.

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I have a Performa 638CD (a variant of the Quadra 630) with a '040 CPU and Mac OS 8.1, as well as a tray-loading iMac G3 and a slot loading 450 MHz iMac G3, both with OS 9.2.2 and 10.4.11 (yes, the tray loader too.)


Actually, I still use OS 9 quite frequently for programs like Photoshop. I often use it in SheepShaver on my MacBook, though.

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