Subject: Re: PowerMac 7300/200 boot problems (current)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Sampson Stein <email@example.com>
Date: 07/16/2007 20:16:09
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I'm mostly a PC user as well, so I dont have any 5v DIMMS, and I'm sure
they're quite expensive. this was just something to mess with.
+++ Michael Lorenz [freebsd] [16/07/07 20:37 -0400]:
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>On Jul 16, 2007, at 18:42, Sampson Stein wrote:
>>Thanks a lot! I'll try it when I get off work, now just to figure out=20
>>can do with that old clunker. xD
>Depends - the onboard graphics chip sucks but you can always get a PCI=20
>graphics board with the right firmware ( PCI Voodoo3s can be flashed=20
>with freely available Mac firmware for instance ), the CPU can be=20
>upgraded ( even a 300MHz G3 with 1MB cache isn't all that slow ) and=20
>the machine can take up to 1GB RAM. OHCI cards go for about $10 these=20
>More modern desktops like KDE3 aren't all that CPU hungry, a 300MHz G3=20
>is fine, even for most of the eye candy - they only want a lot of RAM.
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Sampson C. Stein
b1tt3r -- You know.. like sugar?
There was a young whore from Kaloo
Who filled her vagina with glue.
She said with a grin,
"If they pay to get in,
They can pay to get out again too!"
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