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#1 2014-06-05 04:41:31

mcdermd
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mcdermd the Applefool

I'll follow a few other's lead and just start with a list and go from there. This should be close to every working machine I own. There are, of course parts machines, extras and all of the various peripherals but at least I have listed the machines:

Old World Macs:

Model 	 	 	 	 		 Family 	 	 Release Year 	 Serial Number
----- 	 	 	 	 		 ------ 	 	 ------------ 	 -------------
Apple II 	 	 			 Apple II 	 	 1978 	 	 A2S1-65591
Apple II Plus  	 	 			 Apple II 	 	 1979 	 	 A2S211259
Apple IIe 	 	 	 	 	 Apple II  	 	 1983  	 	 1A2S2195901
Apple IIc 	 	 	 	 	 Apple II  	 	 1984  	 	 F5445U9A2S4000
Apple IIgs 	 	 	 	 	 Apple II  	 	 1986  	 	 E813PSDA2S6000
Apple IIe Platinum 	 		 	 Apple II  	 	 1987  	 	 E016LELA2S2128
Apple III 	 	 	 	 	 Apple III  	 	 1980  	 	 A3S2120327
Centris 650 	 	 	 	 	 Centris 	 	 1993 	 	 F1309BMX3BH
Centris 610 	 	 	 	 	 Centris 	 	 1993 	 	 F23190MKCN2
Macintosh (Original) 	 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1984 	 	 F4213BZM0001
Macintosh 512k 	 	 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1984 	 	 F54948QM0001W
Macintosh Plus 	 	 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1986 	 	 F6283JYM0001A
Macintosh 512ke 	 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1986 	 	 F6377QNM0001E
Macintosh SE (800k/HDD) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1987 	 	 F7460JSM5011
Macintosh Plus (Platinum) (Radius Accelerator 16)Compact Mac 	 	 1987 	 	 F746AVBM0001A
Macintosh SE (800k/HDD) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1987 	 	 F8105VTM5011
Macintosh Plus (Platinum) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1987 	 	 F8201LXM0001A
Macintosh SE (Dual 800k) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1987 	 	 F8382QGM5010
Macintosh SE (800k/HDD) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1987 	 	 F846GPVM5011
Macintosh SE FDHD ("SuperDrive"/HDD) 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1989 	 	 F10353RSB02
Macintosh SE/30 (Socketed CPU) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1989 	 	 F911FSUK02
Macintosh SE/30 (Soldered CPU) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1989 	 	 E0032JJM5390
Macintosh SE FDHD ("FDHD"/HDD) 	 	 	 Compact Mac 		 1989 	 	 F9381BAB03
Macintosh Classic 	 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1990 	 	 E1098THM0435LL/A
Macintosh Classic II 	 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1991 	 	 E1422ROM1542LL/A
Macintosh Color Classic 	 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1993 	 	 SG323068C2C
Macintosh Color Classic (Mystic) 	 	 Compact Mac 	 	 1993 	 	 SG3020ZJC2C
Macintosh II 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1987 	 	 F81875MM500
Macintosh IIx 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1988 	 	 F910641M5835
Macintosh IIci 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1989 	 	 F101962W740
Macintosh IIcx 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1989 	 	 F102364TMZ5685
Macintosh IIsi 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1990 	 	 F11441XWC53
Macintosh IIfx 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1990 	 	 F3150M2JC41
Macintosh IIvx 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh II 	 	 1992 	 	 F13244ME3BH
Macintosh LC 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh LC 	 	 1990 	 	 F1110163L02
Macintosh LC II 	 	 	 	 Macintosh LC 	 	 1992 	 	 SG2274N1F01
Macintosh LC III 	 	 	 	 Macintosh LC 	 	 1993 	 	 F13354KP1WY
Macintosh TV 	 	 	 	 	 Macintosh LC 	 	 1993 	 	 RM4253XEG20
Macintosh LC 550 	 	 	 	 Macintosh LC 	 	 1994 	 	 L04520TW46Q
Network Server 700/200 	 	 	 	 Macintosh Servers 	 1996 	 	 MW6121165R2
Macintosh Server G3 233 	 	 	 Macintosh Servers 	 1998 	 	 XB8110D5BJW
eMate 300 	 	 	 	 	 Newton 	 	 1997 	 	 IV7290388TD
Performa 6200cd 	 	 	 	 Performa 	 	 1995 	 	 XB54419R55Z
Performa 6205cd 	 	 	 	 Performa 	 	 1995 	 	 XB6060XY6QQ
Performa 6320cd 	 	 	 	 Performa 	 	 1996 	 	 XB6220KB812
Performa 6400/180 	 	 	 	 Performa 	 	 1996 	 	 XB6466ED95R
Power Macintosh 7100/66 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1994 	 	 FE4450T61UY
Power Macintosh 7200/75 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1995 	 	 FC5484UX5QT
Power Macintosh 7500/100 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1995 	 	 FC6025B83FV
Power Macintosh 6100/66 DOS Compatible 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1995 	 	 XB51249C4TZ
Power Macintosh 8500/120 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1995 	 	 XB5460393FT
Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1997 	 	 AP7490396HVA
Power Macintosh 6500/250 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1997 	 	 XA7350WS9CM
Power Macintosh 9600/300 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1997 	 	 XB7373SYACQ
Power Macintosh G3 266 Minitower 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1997 	 	 XB8108WZAZ3
Power Macintosh G3 266 Desktop 	 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1997 	 	 XB8293YKCY4
Power Macintosh G3 266 All-In-One 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1998 	 	 XA8240Q1D2H
Macintosh Portable 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1989 	 	 F951V2QM59
PowerBook 140 	 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1991 	 	 F2214L0Z706
PowerBook 170 		 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1991 	 	 FC22130A705
PowerBook 100 	 		 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1991 	 	 SS23503C506
PowerBook Duo MiniDock 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1992 	 	 BX3210C1TRH
PowerBook 145 	 	 		 	 PowerBook 	 	 1992 	 	 FC2468J8463
PowerBook 160 	 	 		 	 PowerBook 	 	 1992 	 	 FC323D3G452
PowerBook 180 	 	 		 	 PowerBook 	 	 1992 	 	 FC347DD0441
PowerBook Duo Dock 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1992 	 	 TF5130BK1Y5
PowerBook 145b 	 		 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1993 	 	 EE34102U791
PowerBook 165c		 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1993 	 	 FC307203490
PowerBook 180c 	 		 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1993 	 	 FC406SPA796
PowerBook Duo 270c 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1993 	 	 FC407N10DF
PowerBook 165 	 	 		 	 PowerBook 	 	 1993 	 	 FC410MMB1GS
PowerBook 150 	 	 		 	 PowerBook 	 	 1994 	 	 EE5########
PowerBook 540c Prototype 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1994 	 	 FC352CZRDVQ
PowerBook 540c 	 		 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1994 	 	 FC43991H28V
PowerBook 520c 	 		 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1994 	 	 FC513SKS49H
PowerBook Duo 280c 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1994 	 	 FC517HHH23D
PowerBook 190cs 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1995 	 	 EE624C9Z4ZP
PowerBook 5300c/110 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1995 	 	 FC54682D65R
PowerBook Duo 2300c 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1995 	 	 NH61370Q57Y
PowerBook 5300cs/100 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1995 	 	 RM74712W4FU
PowerBook 1400cs/117 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1996 	 	 QF7081D98JY
PowerBook G3 250 (Kanga) 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1997 	 	 CK7510GJAEJ
PowerBook 2400c/180 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1997 	 	 I57302LLAJN
PowerBook 3400c/240 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1997 	 	 TY7200KW91X
PowerBook G3 266 (PDQ) 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1998 	 	 QT90904LE6D
PowerBook G3 233 (PDQ) 	 	 	 	 PowerBook 	 	 1998 	 	 QT9090TLE6A
Quadra 700 	 	 	 	 	 Quadra 	 	 1991 	 	 F1148187C83
Quadra 950 	 	 	 	 	 Quadra 	 	 1992 	 	 F3246AJW673
Quadra 800 	 	 	 	 	 Quadra 	 	 1993 	 	 F3311AU8CC8
Quadra 610 (DOS Compatible) 	 	   	 Quadra 	 	 1993 	 	 FC3430V31CA
Quadra 650 	 	 	 	 	 Quadra 	 	 1993 	 	 FC3474YD1M1
Quadra 840av 	 	 	 	 	 Quadra 	 	 1993 	 	 XB407SWG2D4
Quadra 660av 	 	 	 	 	 Quadra 	 	 1993 	 	 XB41529G2DC

New World Macs

Model 	 	 	 	 		 Family 	 	 Release Year 	 Serial Number
----- 	 	 	 	 		 ------ 	 	 ------------ 	 -------------
eMac G4 1.0 ATI Graphics 	 	 	 eMac 	 	 	 2003 	 	 G83382PUNM2
eMac G4 1.25 USB 2.0 	 		 	 eMac 	 	 	 2004  	 	 G8439E0TQQJ
iBook G3 300 Tangerine 	 	 	 	 iBook 	 	 	 1999  	 	 UV9472LYH5Q
iBook G3 366 Firewire Indigo 	 	  	 iBook 	 	 	 2000  	 	 UV0431K4JQ5
iBook G3 500 Dual USB 	 	 	 	 iBook 12” 	 	 2001  	 	 UV1235BSLAL
iBook G4 1.33 Mid 2005 	 	 	 	 iBook G4 12” 	 	 2005  	 	 4H5303PVSE7
iBook G4 1.42 Mid 2005 	 	 	 	 iBook G4 14” 	 	 2005  	 	 4H53277USE9
iMac G3 233 Rev B 	 	 	 	 iMac 	 	 	 1998 	 	 XB8435VPEUL
iMac G3 350 Slot Loading Blueberry 	 	 iMac 	 		 1999 	 	 RM0510EQG42
iMac G3 266 Rev C Grape 	 	 	 iMac 	 	 	 1999 	 	 RN9121N6FM2
iMac G3 333Rev D Strawberry 	 	 	 iMac 	 		 1999 	 	 SG932055GSP
iMac G3 DV 400 Lime 	 	 	 	 iMac 	 	 	 1999 	 	 SG9440EXHB7
iMac G3 DV 400 Summer 2000 Indigo 	 	 iMac 		 	 2000 	 	 RM04904FJV8
iMac G3 DV+ 450 Summer 2000 Ruby 	 	 iMac 		 	 2000 	 	 RN038DULJV9
iMac G3 SE 600 Early 2001 Flower Power 	 	 iMac 		 	 2001 	 	 RN108273KLB
iMac G3 SE 700 Summer 2001 Graphite 	 	 iMac 		 	 2001 	 	 RN1442T9LFD
iMac G3 600 Summer 2001 Snow 		 	 iMac 		 	 2001 	 	 YM307LURN0Q
iMac G3 600 Summer 2001 Graphite 	 	 iMac 		 	 2001 	 	 P121701KMBQ
iMac G4 700 	 	 	 	 	 iMac G4 15” 	 	 2002 	 	 QT2131SMMAY
iMac G4 1.25 USB 2.0 	 		 	 iMac G4 20” 	 	 2003 	 	 QP41208PPVW
iMac G5 1.8 	 	 	 		 iMac G5 17” 	 	 2004 	 	 QP5101CUPNY
iMac G5 2.0 ALS 	 	 	 	 iMac G5 20” 	 	 2005 	 	 W85261CDSDZ
iMac G5 2.1 iSight 	 	 	 	 iMac G5 20” 	 	 2005 	 	 W85487ESU70
Power Macintosh G3 350 Blue & White 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1999 	 	 XA9071RSFQ0
Power Macintosh G4 450 AGP Sawtooth 	 	 Power Macintosh 	 1999 	 	 XB9501JEHLA
Power Mac G4 500 DP Gigabit Ethernet 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2000 	 	 XB0370N1JNX
Power Mac G4 466 Digital Audio 	 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2001 	 	 XB1024KYKAM
Power Mac G4 933 Quicksilver 2002 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2002 	 	 XB2040NLM8G
Power Mac G4 1.0 DP Quicksilver 2002 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2002 	 	 XB2260TZM1X
Power Mac G4 1.0 DP MDD 	 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2002 	 	 XB2340PTMXD
Power Mac G5 2.5 DP PCI-X Mid 2004 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2004 	 	 G8437GNHQPS
Power Mac G5 1.8 PCI Late 2004 	 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2004 	 	 G844925NQYU
Power Mac G5 2.3 2C PCIe Late 2004 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2005 	 	 G854081KR6V
Power Mac G5 2.5 4C PCIe Late 2004 	 	 Power Mac 	 	 2005 	 	 G86270QBR70
PowerBook G3 333 Lombard 	 	 	 PowerBook G3 	 	 1999 	 	 QT9261LVEXW
PowerBook G3 400 Firewire Pismo 	 	 PowerBook G3 	 	 2000 	 	 QT01904MHDR
PowerBook G4 667 Gigabit Ethernet 	 	 PowerBook G4 Ti 	 2001 	 	 QT2051V6LY1
PowerBook G4 800 DVI 	 	 	 	 PowerBook G4 Ti 	 2002 	 	 QT2350YJLP1
PowerBook G4 1.33 Early 2004 	 	 	 PowerBook G4 12” 	 2004 	 	 UV423465PLX
PowerBook G4 1.25 FW800 	 	 	 PowerBook G4 15” 	 2003  	 	 000A95ABB0E8
PowerBook G4 1.67 Late 2005/High Resolution 	 PowerBook G4 15” 	 2005 	 	 0014512BBAD4
Xserve G5 2.0 DP PCI-X 	 	 		 Xserve 	 	 2004 	 	 QP620037RTQ

Intel Macs

Model 	 	 	 	 		 Family 	 	 Release Year 	 Serial Number
----- 	 	 	 	 		 ------ 	 	 ------------ 	 -------------
iMac Core Duo 2.0 Early 2006 	 		 iMac 20 	 	 2006 	 	 4H6201FCU9C
iMac Core i3 3.06 Mid 2010 	 		 iMac 21.5” 		 2010 	 	 W8037HJEDAS
iMac Core 2 Duo 3.06 Early 2008 		 iMac 24” 	 	 2008 	 	 QP8390UE0KM
Mac mini Core Solo 1.5 Early 2006 		 Mac mini 	 	 2006 	 	 YM6251XVU35
Mac Pro 4C 2.66 Mid 2006 	 	 	 Mac Pro 	 	 2006 	 	 G8632635UP2
MacBook Core 2 Duo 2.1 Early 2008 White 	 MacBook 	 	 2008 	 	 458421L75HS
MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.4 Mid 2007 	 	 MacBook Pro 15” 	 2007 	 	 W87230EVXAG
Xserve 8C 2.26 Early 2009 	 	 	 Xserve 	 	 2009 	 	 H00520HL6HS

Daily Drivers: 27" iMac 2.8 GHz Quad-Core i7 (Late 2009), 21.5" iMac 2.7GHz Quad-Core i5 (Late 2013), 11" Macbook Air 1.6 GHz i5 (Mid-2011)
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#2 2014-06-05 07:50:38

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Re: mcdermd the Applefool

I've spent some time on your website...AWESOME collection!

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#3 2014-06-05 09:00:28

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yes amazing!


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#4 2014-06-05 15:25:35

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Re: mcdermd the Applefool

=8-O  .  .  .  O*M*F*G*!  .  .  .  at least I still have a couple Old World goodies that you don't, heh!

You've yet to live the life ThinkClassic until you've built the ultimate 1994 TV/Media/Rudimentary TeleConferencing/HomeWorkStation on the revolutionary Quadra 630. I'm eagerly awaiting pics and an explanation of that lil' puppy on AppleFool.

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#5 2014-06-05 15:33:07

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I did have a Quadra 630 back in the early 2000s. It had the tuner card in it and the candy bar remote. I used it with a 15" multi sync as a my bedroom TV set. When I got divorced, it went to the recyclers along with most of the other "old" computers I had at the time.


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#6 2014-06-05 16:30:25

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I'm sorry for your loss, my friend. I've still got all the various parts from the rug rat's bedroom setup  .  .  .  including the first gen TV/Tuner System's credit card remote, AppleDesign Speakers and the Q630's components. smile

I used its 6360 replacement (another classic you've yet to nab) and the trusty 21" Radius CRT as my VHS/DVD screen until 5 years ago when I bought a multiple input, 32" 720p Wide Screen. It's still my PDF server with the kiddo's 17" Sony Trinitron in the HackStation. It'll be doing VHS/DVD serving alongside on a 12" RGB's innards as the desktop display as well when I finally get around to finishing up the Lisa2 Prototype AIO case for it.

That was/is an amazing computer in both NuBus and PCI iterations.

____________ back on topic:

Great photography of that most impressive collection on your web site, mcd.

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#7 2014-06-05 17:51:53

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I need to get back on taking photographs. I was just thinking about that today.

I shook out the issue with my Apple ][ yesterday. I was getting some ugly that looked like this:
IMG_0684.jpeg

It turned out the 2513 character generator chip had been swapped for a newer Apple 341-0036 ROM instead. The old, integer ROMs did not like that monkey business at all. I tested it with the proper 2513 from my early ][+ and all was well so the replacement should be here next week and "PHIL" the Apple ][ will be finished up.

I have to give out a big thanks to volvo242gt and macdrone for helping me source a few parts for it!


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#8 2014-06-05 18:02:35

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Well sounds like you are happy with the new wife now… so i guess that is all that matters…     As long as the new wife doesn't make you sell off your mac collection smile haha..  My wife wants me to sell my stuff…  I told her, Well! make some AD's then skippy…  (Because I personally do not have the freaking time right now).   But, Oh no… help me..!?  Yeah right….  :-P

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#9 2014-06-05 18:26:37

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jt wrote:

I used its 6360 replacement (another classic you've yet to nab)

I don't have a'60 but I do have a boxed 6320:

IMG_2888.JPG


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#10 2014-06-05 21:20:27

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6360 = PCI Box
6320 = POS Box

wink

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#11 2014-06-05 22:34:28

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We'll he has a 6400 so he doesn't need the 6360 I'm thinking.

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#12 2014-06-06 04:42:20

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And a 6500


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#13 2014-06-06 19:13:44

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LOL! I doesn't count until you've done a 12" PCI VidCard in Quadra 630(60) series case hack  .  .  .
.  .  .  oh wait! You're the guy who mostly de-hacks his Macs! big_smile

Those InstaTower things are just cow-pied (first rev. Ford Taurus'd) Dell Cases  .  .  .  tongue

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#14 2014-06-06 20:03:04

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The actual Dell cases are on the Umax SuperMac S900. I had a PII Dell at work that used the exact same case with a different front bezel.


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#15 2014-06-06 20:55:34

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Have you seen the inside a 6400 and 6500 that case is crazy.  Like the performa desktops released at the same time it's like a puzzle taking it apart.

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#16 2014-06-06 21:08:40

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Don't forget to mention that one of your //e's now has a 768K RAMWorks II in it (or will be getting one)...

-J


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#17 2014-06-13 19:33:08

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Found a little dumpster 5400/120 but it's missing the logic board and rear bezel. I popped in the LB from a 6400/180 and the rest of it is working well enough.


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#18 2014-06-13 19:47:01

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I have a 5400 board as I put a 6300 board in mine.  It was one of the ones sitting inside the for when you walked in.  Want me to bring it when I come down?

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#19 2014-06-13 22:37:27

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Hah! Sure!


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#20 2014-06-14 03:31:38

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It's another couple of weeks correct?

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#21 2014-06-14 04:40:45

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Yeah, I'll let you know when MK is done with the Mac Pro


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#22 2014-06-14 08:16:44

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Cool.

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#23 2014-07-18 03:14:31

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Well, my Lisa 2/10 arrived today. It's widget drive is loaded with Macworks XL. I'd like to take it back to Lisa Office System which should be doable. Now to start reading everything I can about this beast. It's certainly not a Mac.


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#24 2014-07-18 05:22:39

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Ya when I turn on my Apples, it takes me a minute to remember how to do anything.

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#25 2014-07-19 00:41:16

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At least you have a head start. I've never even used an Apple II of any kind.


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