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  1. Since I have been doing this for almost 10 years, I want to continue the experiments further and post my results. Hopefully others will share their experiences of what they found. Note: These experiments are done on PowerBooks with PCMCIA slots and IDE Hard Drive Ports. That's anything from the PB 190/5300 to G3/G4 iBooks and PowerBooks. It also includes the 500-series PowerBooks as they have an optional PCMCIA slots and the PowerBook 2300 and PowerBook 150 (I think) which has an IDE Hard Drive Port. In both cases, to work with a Compact Flash Card (CF card for short) you will need a C
  2. This is not Elfen posting but his youngest daughter, he's in the hospital for observation as it looks like its a bad allergy issue that is he undergoing. Details tomorrow when I get them. But I'm posting for him. He just received as a large screen Powerbook G4 from a friend who upgraded to an Intel MacBook. Thing is, this Powerbook, though it still works, has seen too many airport luggage gorillas and has more dents and dings on it than a five car wreck on the freeway. This laptop has been around the world a coupe of times and its lucky it was never stolen. There's a large dent on the batt
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