My second Mac
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Sat Jan 6 15:21:41 CST 2007
On 6 Jan 2007 at 12:26, Zane H. Healy wrote:
> That's probably about the model before my G4/450 AGP. If so a Zip
> drive could have been standard. Does it have a faceplate that
> matches the rest of the system?
Yup--and the little tag on the back mentions the Zip drive, now that
I have my near-see glasses on. This one also has 1MB cache and some
sort of AV card in it.
I understand that low-profile 256MB SIMMs can be installed, but that
they need to be a special type, not the usual PC133 type. Is this
true--and any guidelines to make sure that I'm picking up the right
I found a version of Mozilla 1.3.1 that runs on it at
http://www.wamcom.org. It seems to be adequate for casual browsing.
I've used fixed-frequency WS monitors on PCs since the first 19"
Daisy that I obtained, around 1988. It's only lately that I've begun
using LCD monitors. I was concerned that there might be something
REALLY funny about Mac video.
(OT: Does anyone need the manual for the big Daisy monitor (the one
made by Mitsubishi with a locking drawer in front) that details
where all of the adjustments are? I have it and have no use for it).
I guess Linux is the next step. Any favorite flavors?
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