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  sierraredd (Profile)
  128 MB
Posted: Thu Mar 13, 2008 12:05 pm
mac mini 1.42 ghz
12in iBook 1.42 ghz
Grey iMac DV SE 400mhz

Performa 6200 (my first mac)
PB 1400c 333mhz Sonnet (built this one from my original 1400cs 117)
PB 1400c 166mhz
PB 1400c 133mhz
PB 1400cs 117mhz built from left over parts from the other three

All work. The 6200 is the only one that can't connect to the internet the modem died. But last summer it did surf at the 14.4 super speed it came with!
  jens (Profile)
  64 MB
Posted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 4:56 am
Ok, back after a long time. Wink

I have those Macs - working if not indicated else:

iBook G4/800, 640 megs of ram, 10.3.9, not working more than about a quarter of an hour if at all, probably due to the logic board thing.
Macintosh Server G3/300, 256 megs of ram, OS 9.1, ASIP 6.3 soon to come.
Power Macintosh G3/266, stripped down as not doing anything at all.
iMac G3/233, 288 megs of ram, OS 9.1.
Power Macintosh 9600, 160 megs of ram, 9.0 with Apple Share IP 6.3 for testing purposes before installing ASIP to the Macintosh Server. After that system 7 will come!
Power Macintosh 8600 with G3/400, 512 megs of ram, 9.1. My main Macintosh computer.
Performa 5200, Mac OS 7.6. After updating to 7.6.1 I'll copy the system to the 9600.
Macintosh PowerBook 5300 cs, 16 megs of ram, Mac OS 8.1, not working
Macintosh PowerBook 5300, eight megs of ram, not working
Macintosh Quadra 840 AV, 32 megs of ram, Mac OS 8.1.
Macintosh II ci, 128 megs of ram, System 7.5.3
Macintosh Classic II, ten megs of ram, System 7.1 I believe
Macintosh Classic, four megs of ram, System 7.1
Macintosh SE, four megs of ram, System 7.1
Macintosh PowerBook ??? (a 68k one), not doing anything at all.
  gillham (Profile)
  16 MB
Posted: Sat Jul 26, 2008 3:02 pm
MacBook Pro 2.0ghz (original) 10.5
Mac Mini 1.42ghz ppc 10.5
PowerMac G4 Quicksilver 867mhz 10.5
PowerMac G3 B&W 450mhz 10.4 server
PowerMac 6500/250 + Sonnet G3 300mhz 7.6.1 (also trying to get 10.1 to run via 9.x + xpostfacto)
PowerBook G3 333mhz bronze/lombard 10.4 via xpostfacto
PowerBook 3400c/180 7.6.1
PowerBook 540c ??? Just got with bad LCD.
Mac IIci 32MB 7.6.1
Mac SE/30 32MB 7.5.5 PDS Ethernet.
Mac Classic II 10MB 7.6.1 Asante EN/SC scsi ethernet

Only the 540c is not fully working. It powers on and boots up, but since the LCD is bad I'm waiting on an external video cable to see what's up with it.
  Ursa (Profile)
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Posted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 10:49 pm
My two Macs:

Mac Mini G4/1.42 MHz, 512MB RAM, X.3.9...best computer I've ever owned, and I've owned many.
Power Macintosh 7200/90, 256K L2 Cache option installed, 128MB RAM, 7.5.5/8.1/9.1 triple boot
  sierraredd (Profile)
  128 MB
Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 12:15 pm
Ursa wrote:

My two Macs:

Mac Mini G4/1.42 MHz, 512MB RAM, X.3.9...best computer I've ever owned

I agree. I bought a few weeks after it was availible and I took it out of the box and transfered files from my old imac and it's still going without a reinstall. Just wish I had the money at the time for the airport card.
  john256 (Profile)
  1 MB
Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 5:52 pm
iBook G4 (writing from it now).

Powerbook 3400 (Ethernet-connected to the iBook).

Personal Laserwriter 320 (I list because the Laserwriter was once the most powerful computer made by Apple). And it WORKS every time, unlike the wireless/wired/usb Brother theoretically available to the iBook. Love that Save as a PDF on the iBook.

Quadra 605 (LocalTalk-connected to the Laserwriter and 3400). Could use a PRAM battery, and there's one around somewhere, but I could never find the tool to install it. Recently found the tool, but lost track of the battery. If do a stutter-step power up, it'll boot though. Just remember to set the clock.

Mac Plus. In the basement and powered off. But it fires up every time.

Gave up on a Powerbook 520c, when both battery and AC adapter bit the dust.
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