Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
I would try getting Mac OS 8 (8.5 if you can) and buy as much RAM as you can fit in there. I am running OS 9.2 on a PM 8500/120 and it is really slow compared to OS 8.<br><br>[color:red]Happy Holidays!</font color=red><br><br>
Loc: Alpharetta, GA
Max the RAM out to 128 Mbs.<br><br>The specs say is only takes two 32 Mb chips but those were written before 64 Mb chips were available.<br><br>If you can find a G3 upgrade card, you could probably take it all the way up to 9 but 8.6 would most likely be faster. Without a G3 upgrade, sticking to 8.1 would be a good idea.<br><br>
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