Old software

Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by pertusis1, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. pertusis1 macrumors 6502

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    Hello all,

    My list of computers over the years has included many IIc, IIe, IIgs, IIsi, Mac Plus, Powermac 7100, Performa, Bondi iMac G3 233, Powermac G4 400, Dual G4 867, and more recently... well, who cares right. This is an old mac forum.

    Anyways, I have some software and hardware items that are junk to me now (my oldest working Mac is the Dual G4 867 mirror doors). The trouble is that I HATE to discard the old software and hardware if there's someone that wants it. I don't even have to sell it. I would carefully box it and ship it for free if someone thought they could use it. If anyone is interested, reply to the post and I'll try to be more specific. Otherwise, I'll probably give it a month and make a dumpster run :mad:
     
  2. tdiaz macrumors 6502

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    Whatcha got? There's always interest in something.. though me, more A2 and older Mac ..
     
  3. Anonymous Freak macrumors 601

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    I'm definitely interested, too. I only have one IIgs piece of software - it would be nice to have more than just "Math Rabbit"... :p
     
  4. toples50 macrumors newbie

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    Hi,I'm alrready a collector(44 Macs) and I'm interested for hardware and software.
     
  5. Dane D. macrumors 6502a

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    What do you have? My main computer the G3 in signature. I collect old software and still use some OS 9 apps for record keeping because the files are so small, plus the apps run fast. Curious about any games you might have, I still play UT GOTY edition, both the old Links and new Links (when MS bought them), Hoyle Board Games 3-Backgammon, 4x4 Evolution, Alley 19 Bowling and Spectre Challenger.

    I still use a Dual 867 at work when I need to go back to the archives, it serves as a backup for really old clients and non-active clients, it works great. Makes a nice heater for those cold Ohio winter days. Besides the heat output, it has served me well.
     
  6. Rrupard macrumors newbie

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    old mac software/hardware

    So what do you have left? I have a programmer friend who is an avid collector.
     

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