Re: Apple iBook 300MHz Blueberry (first generation) and Hard Drive
* Eugen Paiuc <firstname.lastname@example.org> <
> Ennio-(Sr) wrote:
> > * Eugen Paiuc <email@example.com> <
> >>> I've read somewhere that the captioned iBook can be fit with a HD of no
> >>> more than 30GB.
> >>> [...]
> >> My, ...
> >> I have on a Macintosh powerbook 3400c a disk of 60 GB,
> >> witch was formated on a MacOS 9.1 on a G3 266 Mhz - with ide.
> >> And all that work grate with sarge, and X.
> > Oh! thank you Eugen!
> > It's great to read that. Now, one doubt remains about the "Mounting
> > screws M3", which I found in the specifications for a Fujitsu 60GB HD
> > (MHV2060AH) and cannot determine whether or not this will affect the
> > possibility to fit it in place of the original 3.2 GB Toshiba
> > (MK3211MAT) whose specification do not mention the M3 screws!
> > Any help?
> I'll ignore it ! : "Mounting screws M3" ... is only a "bla_bla"
> -talking for talking .
> For fixing, if needed, use some small pieces off plastic - or other
> non electrical conductible materials - .
AAOF 'screws M3' would be the distance between the HD screws ...'
Thank you again, Eugen.
All the best,
PS: I posted this message a couple of days ago on the NG, but it didn't
get through. Now I'm sending it as an e-mail: sorry for possible
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Ennio. (Please change . for .dot. and @ for .at. in my Reply-To) )=(