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 Post subject: found a "M2 seed unit" Powerbook XXXX
PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2007 8:07 pm 
HI!

for 10 bucks i got myself a "M2 Seed unit" Powerbook XXXX

i have a 3400c, but the power supply is differnet, and did not come with the unit. Im not sure which one i need but i would like to try and find the correct one... It is a smaller style than the one the 3400c has..

My 3400c has maxed memory and a 25Gb HD,

the powerbook XXXX has a VST 100 Mb zip installed in the bay

the XXXX has screen controls on the right hand side...

can you help me find the right power supply so i can see if it even works?


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 Post subject: Re: found a "M2 seed unit" Powerbook XXXX
PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 9:36 am 
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I'm not sure exactly which unit this is. The Powerbook 3400 used the same adapter as the G3s and even some of the Powerbook DUO models. If it doesn't use that adapter, then it is likely a very early unit. However very early units would not have had VST bays, so that is a conundrum.

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 Post subject: Re: found a "M2 seed unit" Powerbook XXXX
PostPosted: Wed Oct 07, 2009 11:20 am 
it was used in the movie Independence Day... it uses a powerbook 5300 adapter
it is very rare


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