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I am looking for the CD that came with the 6360. Also the user/owners maual.

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i think ebay would be your best bet

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I have looked on Ebay. I am hoping someone may have one laying around. You never know.
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You might try http://www.zone6400.com/. It's a great site for these models. The main page hasn't been updated for some time but the archives are still available and the forum is still active. You can get a pdf of the service manual here: http://home.earthlink.net/~strahm_s/manuals.html
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You might try http://www.zone6400.com/. It's a great site for these models. The main page hasn't been updated for some time but the archives are still available and the forum is still active. You can get a pdf of the service manual here: http://home.earthlink.net/~strahm_s/manuals.html

that site seems to be dead right now, you cant view any of the manuals.

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Any Mac OS 8 or later CD should boot that machine just fine. Good luck trying to find an original install CD.
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that site seems to be dead right now, you cant view any of the manuals.
Might have been off-line but it's working now. I know that many of the links are dead but I downloaded the 62xx-63xx pdf with no problems.
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Thanks for the site info I have the pdf file you are talking about. I can't acsess the internet with the Mac yet. I orderd a pci nic for it. Be a few days befor it gets here. I thought maybe 8.5 software for it. It has been ten years or so since i have had a mac. I need to learn all over again. Maybe a Mac bible would be better than the owners manual. I can't even remember how to rebuild the desktop.
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be careful with the PCI ethernet cards. Get one the works with the mac. There are tons of apple branded nic cards on ebay.(btw does the 6360 even have a PCI slot?)

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Yeah so... That's like an old computer.
Look for an old computer website?
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Asante 10/100 pci Mac & pc nic. It says it is compatible from sys 7.6 up. It cost 5.90 including shipping. I think I can take a chance with it. Setting it up will be the problem with me since the last mac I owned was a Performa 410 16 mhz processor 4 megs ram. Oh yes the 6360 has 1 pci slot

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im glad to hear your choice. Yes asante specialized in mac stuff. Nice to know the 6360 has a PCI slot, my 6200 didnt.

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