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Re: Powerbook 2400 and other Powerbooks internal Compact Flash [message #277300 is a reply to message #277279] Sat, 03 January 2015 19:32 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Jeff Hubatka is currently offline  Jeff Hubatka
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If you did it in a blackbird 500-series computer then you must have included a SCSI-IDE bridge in there too.
Just for kicks I put a 4GB CF card in a Lombard and installed OS9. I don't remember the speed but the quiet was fantastic.

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