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Re: IWM [message #281109] Tue, 11 November 1986 12:11
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Article-I.D.: apple.282
Posted: Tue Nov 11 12:11:39 1986
Date-Received: Wed, 12-Nov-86 00:46:09 EST
References: <7993B5U@PSUVMB> <557@sdcc18.ucsd.EDU> <8083B5U@PSUVM>
Reply-To: lsr@apple.UUCP (Larry Rosenstein)
Organization: Advanced Development Group, Apple Computer
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In article <8083B5U@PSUVM> B5U@PSUVM.BITNET writes:
 >    As far as I can find, it is NOT in the Mac, and, if you think about it, why
 > would it be? The disk drive set up in the II series and the Mac are completely
 > different (can someone verify/disclaim this, as I know not much about the
 > innards ofmy Mac +).

According to Inside Macintosh, the IWM is in the Mac.

Larry Rosenstein

Object Specialist
Apple Computer

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