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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

My BlueBerry IBook and OS X.2 Jaguar


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Hey all. I also have an iBook 300 w/ 192MB RAM. It has the 6gig HD in it also. I will be using this at school starting wednesday 9/3. My question is: I have OS 9 installed, and I am tempted to upgrade it to Jaguar. A friend of mine has the same configuration except they have 128 RAM, and it runs slow as hell and really figgity. Will my iBook run the same? can I upgrade anymore of the RAM? Should I Just stick to OS 9 on it? Also, I am going to need to get an external floppy disk drive to transfer files at times. Can anyone recommend a small, light weight, cheap, USB powered floppy drive?

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Justin
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