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Mac OS 7.5.2 (PowerBooks 190 & 5300)

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PB-5300-190.sit (22.28 MB)
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powerbook-190-5300.pdf
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Original floppy disk install set for the Macintosh PowerBook 190 and PowerBook 5300. Archived as Disk Copy 4.2 floppy disk images, compressed to StuffIt version 5.5 ".sit" format.

MD5 checksum & filename: d17057bb19bcfd373cd4399d3fd4493b *PB-5300-190.sit


The PowerBook 5300 is the first generation of PowerBook laptops manufactured by Apple Computer to use the PowerPC processor. Released in August 1995, these PowerBooks were notable for being the first to feature hot-swappable expansion modules for a variety of different units such as Zip drives; PC card slots as standard; and an infrared communication port. In common with most preceding Macintosh portables, SCSI, Serial, and ADB ports were included as standard. An internal expansion slot was also available for installing a variety of modules including Ethernet and video cards to drive a second monitor in mirroring or dual-screen modes.

Excerpt: Wikipedia

The PowerBook 190 was released the same year as the PB 5300. It was the final 68040 Mac produced. It's case and internal components shared much of the same architecture as the PB 5300 and were interchangeable.

Screenshots 1 to 5 were sourced from Wikipedia: PowerBook 5300 article and are licenced under "Public Domain" and "CeCILL" (French, GPL compatible) copyrights.

See Also:
Mac OS 7.5.2 (other installers & CD images)
Mac OS 7 Floppy Install Sets

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

"Disk Tools" and "Install Disk 1" contain the "Mini PowerBook 5300/190 Enabler" System Extension.