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I got this Pismo in trade for a tiBook that had a broken screen, with the intent of having a mobile computer while at the university. It lasted very well until I got the [[User:Cory5412/machines/Schlangenbeschwoerer|iMac C2D]], and continued to serve as my mobile computer until September 2007, when I got my [[User:Cory5412/machines/Pragma-3|ThinkPad R61i]]. At that point it served as a secondary mobile computer, and a machine to be used as a loaner computer. On a loan to one of my friends, it was dropped, and "died." It was recovered when in January of 2008 I went to harvest its memory and hard disc for the [[User:Cory5412/machines/IBM ThinkPad A21m|ThinkPad A21m]], and discovered that the problem was actually a loose CPU card that I hadn't checked. The machine booted perfectly after reseating the CPU daughtercard, and will go back into my pool of loaner laptops.
 
I got this Pismo in trade for a tiBook that had a broken screen, with the intent of having a mobile computer while at the university. It lasted very well until I got the [[User:Cory5412/machines/Schlangenbeschwoerer|iMac C2D]], and continued to serve as my mobile computer until September 2007, when I got my [[User:Cory5412/machines/Pragma-3|ThinkPad R61i]]. At that point it served as a secondary mobile computer, and a machine to be used as a loaner computer. On a loan to one of my friends, it was dropped, and "died." It was recovered when in January of 2008 I went to harvest its memory and hard disc for the [[User:Cory5412/machines/IBM ThinkPad A21m|ThinkPad A21m]], and discovered that the problem was actually a loose CPU card that I hadn't checked. The machine booted perfectly after reseating the CPU daughtercard, and will go back into my pool of loaner laptops.

Latest revision as of 18:30, 22 February 2009

Schraubenschleussel
Schraubenschleussel
Model:PowerBook G3 "Pismo"
CPU: 500MHz G3
RAM:512MB
OS:Mac OS X 10.3.9, Mac OS 9.2.2
HD:30GB
Acquired:June 2006
Status:Given Away


I got this Pismo in trade for a tiBook that had a broken screen, with the intent of having a mobile computer while at the university. It lasted very well until I got the iMac C2D, and continued to serve as my mobile computer until September 2007, when I got my ThinkPad R61i. At that point it served as a secondary mobile computer, and a machine to be used as a loaner computer. On a loan to one of my friends, it was dropped, and "died." It was recovered when in January of 2008 I went to harvest its memory and hard disc for the ThinkPad A21m, and discovered that the problem was actually a loose CPU card that I hadn't checked. The machine booted perfectly after reseating the CPU daughtercard, and will go back into my pool of loaner laptops.