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    I wonder if ASP could be the issue? That would...

    I wonder if ASP could be the issue? That would be strange, but maybe other apps and process's use that info and if its FUBAR, well then problems will happen. I hear there is a 'beta' around that...
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    OK, dragon_x needs to go do some research before...

    OK, dragon_x needs to go do some research before answering SCSI questions.
    If you EVER pay any attention to my SCSI answers you would have a clue to the fact that my SCSI knowledge is fairly good. ...
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    I thought the Gurus sold Sonnet PowerBook...

    I thought the Gurus sold Sonnet PowerBook upgrades. I could only find one for the PB1400. I guess you might be looking for a low cost solution - but OWC does have some nice upgrades - for the...
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    I think that RTMac card that Apple sells with its...

    I think that RTMac card that Apple sells with its G4s is looking pretty good. I think it works with FCPro 3, but there are no X drivers yet - So I guess it only works in 9. The card was around...
  5. I guess it depends on what your 'full screen' is....

    I guess it depends on what your 'full screen' is. Normally about 640x480 - I guess. I was able to go 320x240@11fps smooth on my 7600/180Mhz AV setup. Never tried a G3 system. Strangely with...
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    In OS X, what type of RAID software can we use in...

    In OS X, what type of RAID software can we use in a SCSI mirrored RAID?
    SoftRAID aint there yet. The built-in software could probably handle it, but I havent tried or even heard. I think ATTO...
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    Another good question. I think the limit on...

    Another good question.

    I think the limit on iDVD is 60 minutes. iDVD2 might go to 90 minutes. Normally 2HR of MPEG2 video (DVD) is about 8GB. The disks you burn with SUPERDRIVE are single...
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    Need? Interesting question. I say find out what...

    Need? Interesting question. I say find out what you need and get more. I guess it depends on the size of the video, but probably 768MB to 1.5GB. I think you will need to wait for the 1024MB...
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    OK this scanner is flakey but it does work in Mac...

    OK this scanner is flakey but it does work in Mac OS 9. It does not work or even show up under the Apple System Profiler in 10.1.2

    This is the only device on the SCSI chain. The MilesBNote does...
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    Small point - that is actually 80MB/s - about an...

    Small point - that is actually 80MB/s - about an 8x difference. One other feature of SCSI is that you can roll your own RAID. So maybe one Cuda is to slow - you could run with 4 and essentially...
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    With a few upgrades those old Macs could make...

    With a few upgrades those old Macs could make great backup, secondary or special purpose machines.

    The BeigeG3 can run X, the stock video is a little slow for X and its not the best supported...
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    OK - Not sure if you are talking floppy, HD or...

    OK - Not sure if you are talking floppy, HD or what. Normally you should be able to do the simple unlock on the HD - if that is the case. Coming from the Windows world you would know that floppies...
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    That makes sense - about a semi functional...

    That makes sense - about a semi functional 'carbus' slot for AirPort. This would enable Apple to save a few $$ on costs and stuff. I'm sure the cost is minimal in some respects, but I rather have...
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    I think OrangeMicro might have an IDE/FW card.

    I think OrangeMicro might have an IDE/FW card.
  15. The Newer Tech PPC upgrades were the most picky...

    The Newer Tech PPC upgrades were the most picky about what kind of RAM you install. I think they normally require 'buffered & dampered' RAM - so originally you would have had to buy the REALLY...
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    I guess you could install a G4/7450 933Mhz 2MB L3...

    I guess you could install a G4/7450 933Mhz 2MB L3 cache CPU. I know there are voltages differences, but if it would work - you would have a very nice upgrade. I guess It would have to run at 900Mhz...
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    What kind of Mac is this? The newer Macs can...

    What kind of Mac is this?

    The newer Macs can boot off the built-in firewire in 9 or X. I usually run with X on one parititon and 9 on another. I have not tried installing X, 9 or Dev Tools on...
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    It is Lucent technology. Its only 11Mbps so it...

    It is Lucent technology. Its only 11Mbps so it really has little bandwidth (but for the net its pretty good). I was just at an Apple seminar wtih my PismoG3/400 and no AirPort. I probably wouldnt...
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    I guess the 'standards' for digital video have...

    I guess the 'standards' for digital video have not settled yet. The only two I know of are DVI and ADC (Apple Desktop Connector). Most of the retail Apple video cards come with the DVI option. I...
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    The devil's in the details - always. One...

    The devil's in the details - always.
    One Firewire bus is 400Mbps - or 50MB/s. Two buses would be 100MB/s - which is close to the limit of most 1xPCI systems. I would say two buses is plenty and...
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    Like rwm2 said - the ROM is a useless relic of...

    Like rwm2 said - the ROM is a useless relic of the past. I think someone had this very questions a few weeks (days?) ago.

    Actually the 9600 is probably one of the BEST PERSONAL COMPUTER CASES -...
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    So with 2 IDE/ATA drives and 1 SCSI drive,...

    So with 2 IDE/ATA drives and 1 SCSI drive, everthing was fine?

    Are all the IDE/ATA drives the same?

    You could set the HDs to NEVER sleep. Sometimes they have their own built-in settings and...
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    I think that requires Mac OS 10.1 - so you would...

    I think that requires Mac OS 10.1 - so you would need a B&WG3 at least. You would probably want to get a QS/733 or faster - I think they are fairly cheap right now.

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    I like my Sony 20" (22"?) flat CRT. I think its...

    I like my Sony 20" (22"?) flat CRT. I think its the G400 (F500?) and it runs well - even through my KVM switch I get 1734x1344@75Hz. The 19" version is only about $400 or $500.
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    I do not think there is a different. That is I...

    I do not think there is a different. That is I do not think 'LVD2' exists. I could be wrong. The SCSI terminology is fairly confusing - either by a lack of planning or on purpose I dont know.
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