Archaic Manuals and Some Software Up For Grabs

Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by Makosuke, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. Makosuke macrumors 603

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    I was going through some shelves at work getting rid of the ancient junk, and it occurred to me that before I dumped the stuff in the recycle bin I might as well check if somebody here wants any of it. I assume no, but then I've paid good money for some thoroughly worthless old Apple stuff, so what the heck:

    PM7500 User's Guide
    PM7100 User's Guide
    Macintosh Reference (7.1)
    Macintosh User's Guide (1992)
    Macintosh System 7.5 Upgrade Guide
    Emergency Handbook For MacOS 8.1
    Setting Up Your Power Macintosh (G3)
    Technical Information (G3)

    AppleCD 300i Plus User's Guide
    AppleCD 600e User's Guide
    Apple Multiple Scan 25 Display User's Guide

    PowerComputing User's Guide (PowerCenter)
    PowerComputing User's Guide (newer)

    TelePort Gold II for Performa User's Guide

    RamDoubler 2
    RAMCharger 3.0
    Hard Disk Toolkit 2.0 User Guide
    FWB Hard Disk Toolkit PE
    FWB Hard Disk Toolkit
    Virex 5.8 User's Guide
    CharisMac ANUBIS User's Manual

    These are mostly just manuals, but if you actually want any of the associate install disks, speak up and I may be able to dig them out of a closet somewhere.
     
  2. macEfan macrumors 65816

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    PM7500 User's Guide
    Macintosh Reference (7.1)
    Setting Up Your Power Macintosh (G3)
    Technical Information (G3)
    PowerComputing User's Guide (PowerCenter)
    PowerComputing User's Guide (newer)
    FWB Hard Disk Toolkit PE
    FWB Hard Disk Toolkit

    I would be interested in the above, as I had some of those models in my collection. Would you happen to have the disks that go with any of those? How much would shipping be to 94612? We're both in CA, so it shouldn't be much... if your really close by, I could even pick them up :D
     
  3. Makosuke thread starter macrumors 603

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    Hah! I had a feeling that there'd be somebody as crazy as me out there (heck, I'd keep the PowerComputing manuals myself if I didn't have such a small apartment--got SO close to buying one, and would have if they hadn't been so backordered at the time).

    Unless you're planning on taking a little 300 mile drive north picking them up probably isn't possible, but I'll weigh what you mentioned and see what media mail would cost.

    And I'm nearly certain I can come up with the associated OEM disks--at the very least I know where the PowerComputing install CDs are, and I may be able to dig up the others. I'll let you know in a day or two after I have time to dig around at work.
     
  4. macEfan macrumors 65816

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    that would be great, thanks :)

    no hurry!
     
  5. monociliation macrumors newbie

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    I know that it has been a while since you last posted this, but I was wondering if you still had the manuals. If you do, how much would it cost to ship the AppleCD 600e User's Guide to California?
     
  6. Makosuke thread starter macrumors 603

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    I apologize, but I've already recycled the remaining manuals, so I don't have that one any more.

    Sorry!
     
  7. MacBoy108 macrumors 6502

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    Nooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!! Curse You Recycling Plant!!!!!!!
     

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