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(Your) Oldest machine running?
11", Late 2010
Intel Core 2 Duo @ 1.4 GHz
2GB DDR3 RAM
Currently running macOS Sierra (but it's very slow)
Packard Bell Packmate III.
80286 12mhz / 6mhz.
Packard Bell Axcel 251CD Plus
1 high-density 3.5" floppy drive
545Mb Seagate Medalist hard disk
IBM PC DOS 5.00 Revision 1
My absolute oldest machine running has been updated, I realized I now have something older that I've been meaning to post about for a while but never got around to doing it.
Macintosh Performa 6200CD (Manufactured in October 1995)
- IBM PowerPC 603 @ 75 MHz
- 48MB of RAM (72pin SIMMs)
- 512KB Video Memory
- Original Floppy "Superdrive" with support for 400/800/1440K floppies
- 8x SCSI CD-ROM Drive
- 6.4GB IDE Hard Drive
- Mac OS 8.5
Accessories include: Apple Extended Keyboard II, Apple Desktop Bus Mouse II, a DB15-VGA adapter for use with my beige NEC LCD Monitor, and the original Apple 15-inch Multiscan Monitor.
I have a Dell Latitude CP and a Compaq Presario 1240. The 1240 was saved from the dump, but I had to be reallyy sneaky about it because they frown upon saving things from there....related to liability.
The Presario has a bad keyboard - I have one for it but it's still in the package as I have not gotten around to replacing it. It works fine otherwise. The Latitude CP has no HDD or caddy. I got it for $25 with free shipping on ebay. Presario is 266MHz Pentium, Dell is 233MHz Pentium
Mine would have to be my trusty old HP Omnibook 800CT. It was made for the (all new
)Windows 95 and has a Intel Pentium processor. I am almost certain that it has 64MB of RAM. I have attached a link to some photos of it for anyone to look at.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4P2O ... jQ2R180OEU
Commodore 64, if that counts!
The oldest machine that still gets regular use is a Dell Dimension 4300 with a P4 and 512 MB of RAM and runs Windows XP. The oldest DOS/Windows PC I have is a Dell XPS P133c, which has a 133 MHz Pentium (hence P133c), 32 MB of RAM, and a 1.5 GB WD Caviar hard drive, and runs Windows 95. I'm somehow amazed that the 21 year old hard drive still works to this day, though it hasn't gotten regular use since about 2003.
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