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Reply 21 of 43
not unlike myself
August 15, 2002 8:16AM
[quote]Originally posted by Mount_my_floppy:
<strong>not unlike: i call the that 60 gig hard drive how much you want for it?
[ 08-14-2002: Message edited by: Mount_my_floppy ]</strong><hr></blockquote>
I see brand new one which is $76 on Pricewatch. I figure with a discount for being 'used'. $45 including shipping? If this is acceptable email me
and I can give you payment info and get your address.
Reply 22 of 43
August 15, 2002 8:42AM
I have for sale a 128MB SDRAM SODIMM PC133 Memory Module from my iBook. This Memory Module was never used by me I pulled it out right away to upgrade my memory. It is New and never used. I am looking to get 30$ for it. go to <a href="
; target="_blank">my site by clicking here</a> to get my contact information.
Reply 23 of 43
August 15, 2002 11:37AM
I have a MacSense XRouter Pro available for anyone looking to share a broad band internet connection. I just got a wireless router so I no longer need this one. It worked well for me with no problems for about a year. Here is the product page from MacSense:
Here is a link to the only completed sale for this I could find on eBay:
It sold for $51 so I will sell mine for $50 including shipping to anywhere in the continential US. Email me if you are interested at:
Reply 24 of 43
August 15, 2002 7:51PM
[quote]Originally posted by btober:
<strong>I have 2 Apple DVI to ADC Adapters that I need to sell. Both are new in their original, unopened box. These are used to connect a PowerBook G4 (with DVI connector) or a Power Mac with a DVI video card to one of Apple's ADC LCD displays, including the 15" and 17" Studio Displays as well as the 22" and 23" Cinema Displays.
Price - $100 each plus shipping.
One of these adapters is listed on eBay:
You can email me at btober at mac.com.
Since one of the adapters has been sold, I've listed the other on eBay. Check it out here: <a href="
Reply 25 of 43
August 15, 2002 11:22PM
About the SGI gear, you can email me directly:
It is all located in Boston, the Indy is kind of heavy... I'd say about 20 pounds. The Presenter flat panel is a 12" panel. For those who don't know, this panel requires two special components to work on an Indy: The Flat Panel adapter board (which is included), and a proprietary video cable for it (which is not included). To make things more annoying, the adapter board mounts on top of the 24 bit video cards for the Indy, which I do NOT have, but I can put you in touch with someone that does.
So that is that. The SGI stuff is definitely for someone willing to put a little time into it. No IRIX install media is included either. Oh, they take standard PS/2 keyboard and mice. I can include one for a few bucks extra. Anyhow, email me....
Reply 26 of 43
August 16, 2002 12:20AM
Well, I know this is a long shot.. Extremely long shot that is.. But, I really want to get a G4 tower. I have an iMac 450 DV+ upgraded with a 7200 rpm western digital harddrive and 384 megs of ram. I also have 2 Beige G3's. One is a 266 oc'd to 292 mhz with an 82 mhz bus, with 128 megs of ram and a 40 gb 5400 rpm Maxtor.. The other is a 300 (both are dt btw) with 512 megs I believe. I am not sure on the hd, though. I think it has a 4 and a 6. If anyone would be willing to trade a G4 for this stuff... Or a G3 b&w... I really know it is a long shot, but I am trying to get ahold of a tower. The iMac 450 is just not cutting it for video editing. My e-mail address is-
Reply 27 of 43
August 16, 2002 10:36PM
Nobody has an old laptop drive, like a pull from a Lombard or Pismo? I still need a 4GB or larger laptop drive, for as little money as possible. Nobody has responded to any of my classified listings here or elsewhere. Well one person referred me to something that doesn't exist, but that's not too useful! Anyway, I'm looking for a reasonable, inexpensive deal on a mid-sized laptop drive. My 2GB just doesn't cut it, and I don't have the money to go to Smalldog and get a bad deal on a new one. Just so long as it works, and it's compatible with a Wallstreet PowerBook.
Reply 28 of 43
August 17, 2002 4:24AM
[quote]Originally posted by Mars:
I also have an iBook 600 combo with 384 ram to sell.</strong><hr></blockquote>
Color me interested. Specs plz...
Reply 29 of 43
August 17, 2002 1:29PM
I've got an OrangeMicro <a href="
; target="_blank">OrangeConverter</a> (firewire to scsi) for sale. It used to go for about $100 new, but I'd take $40 for it. Included is a firewire 6pin-6pin cable and the power adapter. The drivers are unnecessary under OS X and can be downloaded from their site for OS 9. Email me at torifile_at_mac.com if you're interested.
Reply 30 of 43
August 17, 2002 5:45PM
I have now accepted an offer for the laptop hard drive. Not needed anymore.
Reply 31 of 43
August 17, 2002 11:52PM
iBook -cheapest possible i could find
iMac -(preferably firewire).
i just started looking around for the cheapest possible iBook i could find and have also been looking at iMac (preferably firewire).
i don't have big big bucks.
let me know what you would let them go for:
[ 08-18-2002: Message edited by: bluesigns ]</p>
Reply 32 of 43
August 18, 2002 12:02AM
Does anyone want an iBook 500Mhz, 66Mhz fbs, CD-ROM drive with 64MB of ram and 10gb of hd space for $800? It's in like-new shape and comes with all the original packaging. I will pay for half of the shipping costs for US only.
If you are interested, e-mail me at:
[ 08-19-2002: Message edited by: Macasaurus ]</p>
Reply 33 of 43
August 18, 2002 6:28PM
I've got an original iMac up on eBay.
; target="_blank">It's in top shape. Very Clean.</a>
Reply 34 of 43
not unlike myself
August 19, 2002 8:11AM
I also now have some software for sale. All original CDs. Condition is "readable".
and many many others.
Email me about any particular title you are looking for. Sorry, no manuals or boxes with software. Just a cd.
Reply 35 of 43
August 20, 2002 11:07PM
somebody give me an iBook at a ridiculously low price so i can get on with saving the world.
Reply 36 of 43
August 21, 2002 12:42AM
Radeon 7500 OEM ADC card
Reply 37 of 43
August 21, 2002 9:52PM
Apple Network Server 500/700
Reply 38 of 43
August 26, 2002 12:33AM
Anyone wants to get rid of his/her
GeForce 4MX card (the 64MB version)
My friend needs it
[ 08-26-2002: Message edited by: Leonis ]</p>
Reply 39 of 43
August 26, 2002 12:54AM
I have a 128 meg SDRAM PC133 SODIMM Memory Module for sale. I'm looking to get 20$ for it. I will cover shipping and it has never been used.
Reply 40 of 43
August 26, 2002 1:59AM
Anyone wants to get rid of his/her 256MB SO-DIMM RAM ? I want to put it on my iMac Rev.A for 10.2. Oh yea, a USB cable as well for my printer. I lost the cable. <img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" />
[ 08-26-2002: Message edited by: Kenneth ]</p>