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  1. Hi, Looking to get hold of these games in the condition listed if possible please: (also any other unusual Rise related items like Brian May signed photos for example). RISE 1 PC DIRECTOR'S CUT (complete only) RISE 1 Mega Drive (sealed Acclaim blister pack version) RISE 1 US Game Gear version (complete or with manual at least) RISE 2 Saturn (sealed blister pack version) RISE 2 Macintosh (does it exist?) Cheers!
  2. New LOT o' Stuff... Update: unearthed more boxes revealing a few similarly sized Performa desktops with internal CD 👍 Stay tuned for photos and details on them. They are thicker so therefore heavier. Probably won't fit in the same box as the shorter ones. Today we're going back to the halcyon days of Apple I have more than one of many of these; All-one-computers: (Black & White built in monitors) Mac Plus Mac SE Mac Classic Pics of the Mac Classic Booting like its 1990 😁 This thing is 16.1 pounds without keyboard or mouse I found a snug box from Amazon that is 14x12.5x9.5 I think snug is better for this . One layer of bubble wrap and a piece of thick foam over the screen should do nicely Keyboard, mouse & whatever I figure out for networking will fit in a separate box This may be a situation where you need a floppy drive that can read and write Mac floppies. I need to research that end of it Small form factor desktops in color output with CD-ROM Capability, internal hard drives with OS7xx or OS8xx: LC (II & III I think) Quadra Performa (various, some with internal CD & Floppy) These small form factor Macs can be shipped in a Regional Rate Type C box For between $8.75 to $18.75 depending on where in the US you are They require monitor adaptors of which I have a few to dole out with these Packages as well as special networking hardware dongles. Some of these have Ethernet . First come, first serve on those. I've posted screen shots of specs for these Macs here Software: 27 (possibly more) "Mac Addict" magazine CD-ROMs These are full of free utils, apps and games along with other stuff Official KINKO's Computer Department Software Install Disks These are the official disks all Technolog Managers (of which I was one) used to do a clean install on our Power Macs that we rented out. Full Adobe, Office & ofher apps for mod to late 90s OS9xx Power Macs Don't ask questions yet until I have a chance to research, test & update. More photos & details will come at any time so if you want to be first In line, subscribe to this thread Photos from last LOT are here in case anyone wants to buy stuff from HyperBoy until he can make his own thread . PM him for details. He will have this stuff in a couple days as it is packed and labeled, & out for pickup from USPS
  3. looking to sell my 512k complete set
  4. Since I pulled it back out to check on it, I wonder what all I can play on my Macintosh Plus 1MB? I got this boxed system years back and due to the lack of software, haven't done anything with it besides make sure it's still alive. It is a straight 1 Meg system with an extra, external disk drive and the system diskettes that came with it. There are diskettes and a reference manual for a Hypercard, but that's about all I know about it. Would really like to do a little more with it since it works so well. Cracking open a Mac is not for me (done it before on Mac Classics that always seem to die), so want to just keep it as is.
  5. I'm selling a bunch of ST games and Atari 8-bit and Mac software on eBay, low starting prices: http://www.ebay.com/sch/alandavies780/m.html - if shipping from here is expensive, I'm happy to ship untracked (at my risk) for people with good feedback or who contact me on AtariAge.
  6. From the album: Crimson Gallery

    Just to prove they all work!
  7. Hello, I've always been interested in old Mac computers ever since I saw some at my school back in the late '90s/early '00s. I bought a Powerbook 100 some time ago, but didn't have good luck with it, but I want to try again with another Mac. I'm excluding the black and white models because I think the color display Macs have more software and I think I'll stick to the laptop lines for now. Basically, I'll use it for messing around: gaming, creative software along the lines of photoshop, that sort of thing. I don't have any specific software or specs in mind, except for color display and ability to use both floppy and CD (doesn't have to be at the same time, floppy/cd can be separate units). For OS, I'm thinking OS 7-9 since X seems too modern for what I'm picturing and 6 and older is black and white era. Is it a good idea to buy a '90s Mac or should I look elsewhere for my old computer fix? The only old computers I've owned have been PCs. Thanks in advance.
  8. Hello, For years I've always wanted to own an old Apple computer and last month I finally bought one for $25 at the local flea market complete with batteries (which were dead), power supply (tip was cracked), manual, carrying case, floppy drive and floppies (1 OS, 1 system tools, 1 Microsoft Excel). The computer is in nice cosmetic condition, but it has a couple of problems: 1) It doesn't recognize the hard drive 2) It makes this weird buzzing sound on start up before the boot up music starts. I opened it up and didn't see anything wrong on the motherboard (no busted caps, all cables were connected). I didn't open up the monitor. Anyway, the computer doesn't boot to the OS anymore. It did boot to it from the included OS disk, but now it won't even do that. It just gives me an image of a monitor with a question mark. Oh well, I've been dealing with used hardware for years and know that sometimes you buy something that ends up not working. Nothing new to me. At least I got to experience old Mac OS 6 and I quite liked it. The trackball mouse was different, but I liked that too. It came with a sticker sheet that had unused stickers featuring the old, and in my opinion better, Apple logo, so I guess it's not all bad. Still, I wished the Powerbook actually worked. It's now the oldest computer I own. Thanks for taking the time to read this.
  9. Complete with a comparison chart of Amiga, Macintosh, Atari, and PC: https://archive.org/stream/Io198512/IO_198512#page/n325/mode/2up
  10. I stumbled across http://www.bigmessowires.com/page/8/ today after someone in my local classic computing mailing list pointed out that he's got a working prototype with custom made boards, instead of just wire-wrapped ones. I know it's been done already, but apparently it hadn't been done for classic Macs, and it's interesting to read about how he's got 800K disk support, but still wants to add 400K and 1.4M support. Not to mention all of the sneakernet that had to be done if you were still doing this without such an emulator! If you start at the link above and work forwards, you can see the whole thing start to finish.
  11. From the album: Crimson Gallery

    My PowerBook 540c, PowerMac 7200/90 and Macintosh Plus, all in a row.
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