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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Apple  MACINTOSH SE 30 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Sunday 18th November 2012
Allison Divette

I had an SE 30 growing up and it crashed. It did the arpeggio sound the doo doo doo doo

Friday 7th October 2011
Scot K (NYC - USA)

I''d be interested in one of SE 30''s. that was my first PC $ when i upgraded many years ago, i didn''t have the foresight to hold onto it for nosatgia, plus, it would make a great prop for a project i am working on.

Friday 26th August 2011
SpringheelMac (Holloman AFB, NM USA)


If you are serious I would gladly take one or all of them off your hands. Would you like to arrange this?

Wednesday 17th August 2011
Joe (Camarillo, CA USA)

I have a few of the APPLE SE 30 laying around. does anyone want them. FREE come get them.

Wednesday 24th November 2010

You can also replace the ROM SIMM with an IIfx/IIsi one. This enables 32-bit computing and 128MB of RAM

Friday 1st October 2010

Got one freshman year in 89 along with an ImageWriterII printer and still have the thing. Went through engineering school (the thing ran Mathmatica!!!) first and later loaded up SoftPC and wrote programs on it for the computer science degree. After that it got moved to the office at the internet startup (95) so we had at least one Mac to figure out how to get them online. If I had the room it would be running now with the old Pyro!!! screen saver instead of boxed away :-(

Saturday 20th October 2007
Jan (The Netherlands)

Yes, a great little Mac!
I have one with 8Mb, system 7.5.3 and a network card.
It is the oldest computer in my network, but it can run a webbrowser and an e-mail cient!

Friday 9th March 2007
Raps sucks (West Covina)

i used these at my school in the 1990"s these were great, stoled one of the new units and i have the SE right next to me .
This to me is a bussiness computer

Thursday 23rd November 2006
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My school had these...
Great Machines!

Saturday 15th April 2006
Cary Groneveldt (New York City)

I am the absolutely proud owner of an APPLE "Macintosh SE/30" computer & it's the best boxmac APPLE Computer makes!

8^ ]

Tuesday 18th October 2005
Nate Arnold (USA)

This was certainly a classic. The upgrading was a pain. To upgrade the RAM on this macine you needed the following tools: A Sadering Gun (Its Ram didn't come in sticks at the time), a screwdriver, and a Parybar and Rubber Mallet (To help crack the case open). I still remeber the smell of saudered silicon (it lingers in the computer room) My father had to. I recently aquired one and am still trying to get it open to get the hard drive reconnected and working.

Friday 4th March 2005
Aran Carrigan (USA)

People might think a kid would take these seriously, but I did! I fiddled around with it and upgraded it from the OS 7.0.1 to 7.5 and it still works like new! (I had to do something to it. It used to belong to my school.) I'd say it's best computer I own.

Tuesday 5th March 2002
mark (Cincinnati)

this is one of the best computers ever made. my old boss at a college computer department bought one years ago from a woman who had been using it to run a design and publishing company; when he took it away, she cried.

we used SE/30s as network testers because they are so portable and reliable. they are great for writers because you can tote them around all over and type wherever you please: on the porch, in your hotel, etc. I own two SE/30s.

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