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    **thinks**
    Ok well i've got 2 P133 8mb Ram up in the shed, and 1 486 88mhz with a stunning 2mb video card and 4mb of Ram that i'm working on at the moment.

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    A fate worse than death is to be forgotten...

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    My oldest was a C64...but I had a floppy drive *phwoar* for those giant floppy diskettes, that actually were floppy...:D
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    My oldest is a Macintosh SE :geek: which ran at a blistering 16MHz. I think it came with 2MB of RAM and I upgraded to 4MB. Woohooo! It also had a 20MB harddrive that I thought I would NEVER use up. :laugh: Still works. I still have a couple games that I like to pull out and have a go at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daedalus
    My oldest was a C64...but I had a floppy drive *phwoar* for those giant floppy diskettes, that actually were floppy...:D
    lol, the floppy drive... that thing is huge!, and we also had the printer, but i think we chucked that out :\

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    Haha, what games did you have ?
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    :cheers:
    My first computer still resides with me an Apple 2 plus (or if you have ever seen one booted up Apple ][+ ). I got it when it was already out of date, the Apple ][e had just come out. Boy was I pissed when I found out I couldnt use it for anything but a message pad without a 5 1/4 diskdrive or tape deck to load the OS. Anybody here remember making single sided 5 1/4 floppies into double sided with a hole puncher? hell anybody remember 5 1/4 floppies? yeah I am getting old, 33 and still gaming but at least I can afford buy games and booze now. Speaking of which I off to enjoy the latter... later
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    :) I had to copy a heap of stuff from 5 1/4" disks to a HDD recently. I'm surprised that they still held their data. They hadn't been used for over 12 years.. :)

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    Done that myself a few months back except I just transfered them to 3.5" floppies then handed my m8 who still uses 8086's 120+ of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daedalus
    Haha, what games did you have ?
    umm.. there are too many disks to work out which are games and which are just files :\

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    P75, 8mb of ram, 1MB video card, 4x Cd, 15" monitor
    and it vwas totally black, KB, mouse, case, monitor, the whole thing :lips:
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