Building the Ultimate Classic Mac.
COURYHOUSE at aol.com
COURYHOUSE at aol.com
Mon Jul 18 15:39:08 CDT 2016
Liam, thank you so much for this information!
I did not know about all the HACKINTOSH action out there!
Good to hear that one system will use SATA drive > I will just have to
find some old installable OS for it.
The family of the deceased engineer that passed these on to us at the
SMECC Museum project tossed most any paperwork or media , so we have
what is installed on the system and of course for the diskless one we are
We we were out scrounging now I wish I had picked up more vintage MAC
paperwork and discs now.
We saved stuff related to the early MAC and of course ANYTHING we could
find for the APPLE II.
We do also have something that looks like an APPLE LISA but not the
twiggi (sp?) drive model I have heard reference to. it turned on last time I
tried but just a bunch of diddle crap all over the screen. (bogus
contents of memory mapped video or!?? <this machine is a mystery to me I saw
it when it came out but that is abut the only experience I have had with
LISA remember I was a HP guy in the business days... I do remember going
over to a store in Metrocenter in AZ and seeing one for the first time
with a MOUSE on it! I was amazed...
Again... thanks for the hints and help now and in the future.
Ed Sharpe archivist for SMECC _www.smecc.org_ (http://www.smecc.org)
In a message dated 7/18/2016 12:03:32 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time,
lproven at gmail.com writes:
On 18 July 2016 at 20:18, <COURYHOUSE at aol.com> wrote:
Ed, *please* will you get a proper email client? They work fine with
AOL mail. I know, I am also liamproven at aol.com & have been for 20y!
> will not load curvet os because?
> "This is caused by the lack of the 64 bit EFI bios. The hardware of the
> Mac Pro 1.1 is already complete 64bit capable but they do ship the efi
> only in 32bit version."
> Ed says..... OK whatever an EFI Bios is....
There are ways around it.
Ask the Hackintosh community:
> ok we also have a -
> "The Power Macintosh G5 shipped from 2003 until 2006. All models pack
> 64-bit PowerPC 970 (G5) processors in an easy-to-upgrade aluminum tower
> design with a single external optical drive bay"
> This one is missing disc drives... this has the neatest form
> insides of any of the macs I have seen.
Takes any old SATA drive, as far as I recall. No special firmware needed.
Will run up to OS X 10.5, nothing later.
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