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    The Gamba Page which has links to the various Apple Service Guides for download has moved. If you want a Service Guide for a piece of Apple hardware, from computers to cameras, look here and download it soon, as it may become history. This is a valuable resource which Apple doesn't seem to want available to the average schmuck.
    http://www.freehost.nu/members/enigmac/appleman.html



    [This message has been edited by gt (edited 31 October 2001).]

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    Thanks gt! This invaluable link is greatly appreciated!

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    yes I second that...thanks for the site !!!

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    Gamba's whole site, including the manuals page, has moved. As of now, all references to accesscom.com/~gamba should probably be changed to

    < http://home.earthlink.net/~gamba2/ >

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    Edited to repair above link. - LasVegas

    [This message has been edited by lasvegas (edited 13 November 2001).]

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    Thanks thepickle!

    All the good stuff is there again. I was downhearted and thought they got "run outta town" like EMac and TrafficTrak.

    Do you know who or what Gamba actually is?

    I owe them BIGTIME for maintaining those links.

    BTW, thepickle, your FAQs are also a valuable resource. Thanks.

    I see there are some new links on the Gamba page as well (at least I don't remember them from the previous incarnation). Check out http://www.archaic-apples.com (also linked on Gamba), esp the Zerox stuff. Fascinating communications and remeniscences from the guys who were there when this GUI stuff came to fruition. I'm looking forward to reading all of it.

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