12.7mm PATA Matshita Panasonic
661-1804, 661-2814, 661-2828, 661-2931, 661-3094, 661-3252, 661-3253, 661-3434, 661-3537, 661-3607, 661-3745, 661-3909, 661-4098, 661-4282, 661-4421, 661-4622, UJ-835, UJ-815, UJ-816, UJ-825, UJ-845, UJ-847, UJ-85J, UJ-875
If you have a Matshita / Panasonic combo or superdrive in any of the following computers, this drive should work for you.
• G4 Titanium Onyx and DVI PowerBooks with combo drives
• All G4 Aluminum PowerBooks
• All iBook G4s with Panasonic drives
• All 17″ MacBook Pros (excluding Unibody)
• All Power PC Mac minis
• All Model A1176 Intel Mac minis
• All G5 iMacs
• All Intel iMacs with Panasonic drives (Early 2008 and older, excluding 24″ iMac)
There may be more compatibility as well. This is the bare drive with no bezel. Please do your own research and feel free to ask questions. This is not interchangeable with Pioneer drives and is too thick to use in MacBooks or most MacBook Pros.
SUPER 8JCA, 687-0531J, Model UJ-85J-C
New in box!
Apple 24X Internal SCSI CD-ROM Drive, 661-1400, 678-0132. Model CR-508C. This drive will work in all Power Macs, or probably any Mac with an internal SCSI bus and an empty drive bay. Of course it can also be put into an external SCSI enclosure.
New in box! There are 3 drives in stock with consecutive serial numbers, AU1875, AU1876, AU1877. I had to open one of the boxes as my search for 661-1400 didn’t produce any results. Contact me for a shipping quote if you would like the CD box to ship inside another box.
Also available is a used Matsushita CR-508. Same drive as above, but without Apple label (no photo).
The Apple 3.5 Drive, A9M0106 (825-1304-A) is a floppy-disk drive that uses removable, 800k 3 1/2″ inch disks to store and retrieve data. This drive was introduced with the Apple IIGS, although it was marketed as universal and will also match the case of the Macintosh II series. The Macs always had an internal drive, and any external drive cannot be daisy-chained.
It will work on the //c Plus and the //e (with controller card) and any Macintosh with a floppy disk port. It features an eject button and a port for daisy-chaining additional drives on the Apple II.
All are clean and tested to read and write and have all their feet. Exterior condition varies from as Nice as it gets to Severely discolored or a cracked housing and everything in between. More information about coloring can be found here. I try to put drives in the most appropriate category as far as exterior condition, but as the photos show, it is very hard to judge with some. Engraving will be disregarded in favor of coloring unless it is large and prominent. If you are buying a drive along with a computer purchase, I will do my best to match the coloring.
***Photos are for illustration only***
Quantities are limited as there are many that still need repair.
For the Apple IIGS, Macintosh
The Apple 3.5 Drive Owner’s Guide, Apple # 030-0126-A, 030-0126-B, 030-2050-A, or 030-2050-B.
All manuals appear to be identical, but the 0126 A and B have a grayscale cover instead of color – not pictured. The manual you receive may any of these.
This 29 page manual covers the setup, usage/chaining and specs for the Apple 3.5 Drive, A9M0106. Covered are the Apple IIGS and Macintosh 512K and Plus.
Most of the covers are a little yellowed with age, storage conditions, or both.
Available with or without 3.5 Drive purchase.
Apple 815-0968-A. This rare port cover came standard on the Apple 3.5 Drive. Most Apple II owners removed it so they could daisy-chain their drives. As the Macintosh isn’t capable of chaining external drives, the owners most likely never noticed or removed it.
Apple 655-0511, 4GB, 3.5″ Hard Drive. Western Digital WD Caviar 24300 Enhanced IDE (EIDE).
Pulled from a working Performa 6200, the Hard Drive has been thoroughly tested. It is currently running Mac OS 8.5.1 and while sanitized, does contain other applications that may no longer be available. If you would prefer a fresh install of this or a different OS, please contact me.
Note that the Hard Drive Carrier is sold separately.
Used in selected models of these families: Macintosh II, Performa, Centris, Quadra, Power Mac
Apple CD-ROM drive Mounting Rails, Apple 922-0067, stamped 815-0645. Used in the Macintosh IIvx, IIvi, Performa 600, Power Mac 7100, Centris / Quadra 650 and maybe others. Please check yours, or do some research for your particular application. Sold by the pair with mounting screws.
Plug and Play
Apple 513-0312 (SCSI) CD-ROM audio adapter and CD-ROM SCSI and power adapter. Allows a slide in connection. Used in the Performa 6200, 6300 and others.
Important: There are two kinds that I know of and they are completely dependent on which way your Molex power connector on the CD drive faces – up or down. We’ll call it the key or angle of the power connector at the top or at the bottom. Note that some adapters do not have part numbers on them. Sold in a set.
Xserve RAID Server, OS 10.3.6 or later G4
Apple Drive Module 603-6163 is a 400GB Mac OS X Server module for use with Xserve RAID and Xserve (slot-loading G4 systems). Requires OS 10.3.6 or later. This 400 GB Hitachi Deskstar, 7200 RPM, 3.5″ hard drive can easily be removed from the server module and used as an internal or external (with appropriate enclosure) hard drive. Interface is IDE, PATA, or Ultra ATA.
Two NEW drives available, one of the boxes is even sealed!
6 Pin to 4 Pin
Apple 590-2286, M8706G/A. Firewire 400 cable 6 pin to 4 pin. Used to connect video cameras to your Mac. This was an optional accessory for many years. May be new or used.
590-0811 Internal hard drive and CD drive cable
Apple internal SCSI cable, 590-0811 for two devices (hard drive and CD drive), approximately 10″ long. Rev C and D are in stock. If you have a preference, please leave a note on the checkout page.
590-0566 Internal hard drive cable
Apple internal SCSI cable, 590-0566 for one device (hard drive), approximately 11″ long.
590-0837 or 590-0878 Internal hard drive and CD drive cable
Apple internal SCSI cable, 922-0804, (stamped 590-0878 or 590-0837) for two devices (hard drive and CD drive), approximately 22″ long. Original cable for Centris / Quadra 610 / 660, Performa 611x Series – 6110CD, 6112CD, 6115CD, 6116CD, 6117CD, 6118CD. Part number 922-1207 for Power Macintosh 6100 and Workgroup 6150.
590-0228 Internal hard drive cable
Apple internal SCSI cable, 590-0228 for one device (hard drive), approximately 3″ + long. There are Rev A and B in stock, if you have a preference, leave a note on the checkout page.
590-4528 Internal hard drive, CD drive and Zip drive cable
Apple internal SCSI cable, 922-1637, 590-4528 for three devices (hard drive, CD drive and Zip Drive), approximately 30″ long.
PowerMac 7200, 7300, 7500, 7600
590-0211 Internal hard drive cable
Apple internal 50 pin SCSI cable, 590-0211 for one device (hard drive), approximately 7″ long.
590-0609 Internal hard drive cable
Apple internal SCSI cable, 590-0609 for one device (hard drive), approximately 5″ long. I have Rev a and B in stock. If you have a preference, leave a note on the checkout page.
Stock on the IIcx, IIci and Quadra 700
Apple branded various manufacturers
Apple branded 3.5″ hard drives from Seagate, Connor, IBM, Quantum and more. These drives have a 50 pin SCSI interface and came inside a Macintosh computer although they can be put in an external enclosure **Jumper and termination may need to be set or changed for internal or external use.** Those specs for most drives can be found at stason.org.
All have been wiped, sanitized* and thoroughly tested on a Mac and either a new system installed or previous system plus apps were retained.
Any software on any drive is not part of the sale – you are simply purchasing a hard drive from me. *In some cases the sanitized contents were reinstalled as pre-prep for another Mac or loaded could mean loaded from scratch with partitions and a bunch of stuff installed – I have a few that came in that way.
All are 3.5”
-Height – unless noted, these are less than 1” tall – like more current desktop hard drives
-HH are approx 42mm (1-5/8”) tall.
-Empty means formatted and nothing installed.
-New means new OS installed.
A) Apple 20MB (MiniScribe 8425S), empty (HH)
B) Apple 40MB (Quantum ProDrive LPS), empty
C) Apple 80MB (Quantum ProDrive), empty (HH)
D) Apple 80MB (Quantum ProDrive ELS or LPS), empty
E) Apple 160MB (Quantum ProDrive ELS), System 7.1P3 Loaded
F) Apple 160MB (IBM-H3171-S2), System 7.5.5 Loaded
G) Apple 160MB (Quantum ProDrive ELS), System 7.5
H) Apple 230MB (Quantum ProDrive LPS), empty
I) Apple 250MB (Quantum ProDrive LPS), empty
J) Apple 1.2GB (Quantum Fireball TM12S012), OS 8.5 new install
If you need a specific OS or enabler installed to get your vintage Mac running, that service is available here.
***Photo is representative and NOT necessarily the one you will receive***
Apple 661-0474 Floppy Disk Drive. The first model of Apple’s SuperDrive.
This 3.5″ floppy disk drive has no door and is “auto inject” (or auto insert or auto feed where the disk is pulled in once inserted far enough) and used in most 68K Macs (Note that the Plus or earlier used a 400K or 800K drive and cannot use this).
Late 68K machines may also use this drive, but the cover, case or bezel will differ between “auto inject” and “manual inject”, so they are not interchangeable. The last photo shows two LC III’s, the top is auto inject and the bottom is manual inject – note the location of the eject hole as well.
All are made by Sony, 2MB, Model MP-F75W-01G (02G, 12G, etc), but all start with MP-F75W on the blue label. Note that these do not display any Apple identification on the drive.
These are available with or without the most common carrier or sled 805-0961-A. Carrier also sold separately.
All have been cleaned and lubed. They read, write and eject.
Apple 661-0121 Floppy Disk Drive. The second and newer model of Apple’s SuperDrive. This 3.5″ floppy disk drive has a black door and is “manual inject” (or manual insert) and used in all PowerPC Macs. Late 68K machines may also use this drive, but the cover, case or bezel will differ between “auto inject” and “manual inject”, so they are not interchangeable. The last photo shows two LC III’s, the top is auto inject and the bottom is manual inject – note the location of the eject hole as well.
Drive may be a Sony 2MB, Model MPF 42A (pictured), MPF 52A, or Mitsubishi MF355F. You may receive any, note that these likely do not display any Apple identification on the drive.
Drives have been cleaned, lubed, and tested to format, write, read and eject.
AppleCD 12X Speed CD-ROM, internal Apple CD Drive Model CR-507-C. SCSI interface. Apple 678-0109. Tray load.
Read CD’s on that Macintosh or Apple IIGS!
Apple’s third model, the external AppleCD 150, M3022 features a 1X CD-ROM drive. This drive uses an included Caddy for the CD’s – the CD-ROM is loaded into the caddy, then the caddy is loaded into the drive. Works on a Mac or Apple IIGS.
System requirements for Macintosh: The drivers for System 7.6 and up are available from the Mac Driver Museum. It looks like there may be drivers for earlier systems there as well. At some point, they are included, no additional drivers necessary for OS 9. For the Apple IIGS, drivers are built into the GS/OS operating system starting in System 5.
This drive is showing some trauma on the front corner and there is a small dent on top towards the back, but works perfectly.What’s included: AppleCD 150 Drive, cd caddy and power cable. Note: Power cable is only included in USA shipments.
Drive is available with or without a SCSI cable and SCSI terminator.
Uses a caddy
AppleCD 300 CD-ROM Drive is an internal drive using a SCSI interface. May also be called 300i or 300 Plus. These early drives use a caddy or cd carrier inserted into the drive. Models in stock are not Apple branded and are Sony drives, Model CDU561-25.
The drive pictured would be suitable for installation in an external housing or original application. Also available are modified drives that have had the volume button and headphone jack removed for probable installation in Macs or cases intended to have a tray load. All are tested to read CD’s.
Tray loading CD Drive
AppleCD 300 Plus. This is an internal SCSI tray load 2X CD-ROM drive. It can also be installed in an external SCSI case for use with any Macintosh from the Plus to Beige G3 and Apple IIGS. This drive replaced the AppleCD 300 drive which uses a CD caddy. While it can be used with any Macintosh with internal SCSI and a drive bay, it came as either standard or optional in the Power Mac and Performa 6100 series. Manufactured by Matsushita, CR-503-C.
AppleCD 8X. Internal SCSI CD-ROM Drive, 678-0090. Matsushita CR-506-C. Tray load.
Add a CD Drive to that Early Macintosh or Apple IIGS!
Apple’s second model, the external AppleCD SC Plus, M3021 features a 1X CD-ROM drive. This drive uses an included Caddy for the CD’s – the CD-ROM is loaded into the caddy, then the caddy is loaded into the drive. Works on a Mac or Apple IIGS.
System requirements for Macintosh: The drivers for System 7.6 and up are available from the Mac Driver Museum. It looks like there may be drivers for earlier systems there as well. At some point, they are included, no additional drivers necessary for OS 9 (tested on OS 9.1). For the Apple IIGS, drivers are built into the GS/OS operating system starting in System 5.
This drive shows no discoloration. It does have deep engraving on one side. One of the tabs for the top of the case is broken.What’s included: AppleCD SC Drive, cd caddy and power cable.
Drive is available with or without a SCSI cable and SCSI terminator.
Lime or Blueberry!
Made to match the iMac fruit colors, this powered, 4 port hub may be just what you need. Comes with power adapter and USB cable.
I just have one User Manual, so it will go with the first one sold.
Belkin ExpressBus for iMac, Model F5U010. This 7 port USB hub works great! Included are the heavy duty power supply and a USB cable.
Blueberry or Graphite
Made to match the G3 iMacs, this powered, 4 port vertical hub may be just what you need. Comes with power adapter and USB cable.
The Graphite BusStation may be new, but was missing the outer box and had been opened. Manual goes with this one.
Long optical / removable drive cable
This is the long IDE / ATA cable that runs from the logic board to the CD or optical drive and Zip drive. Apple number 922-3707, 590-2234. While it will work for other applications, it is for the Apple Power Mac G4, PCI Graphics model. 2 IDE device cable is approximately 43″ long
38″ Long optical / removable drive cable
This is the long IDE / ATA cable that runs from the logic board to the DVD or optical drive and Zip drive. Apple number 922-4047, 590-2249, 590-5042. While it will work for other applications, it is for the Apple Power Mac G4, AGP Graphics and Gigabit Ethernet models. 2 IDE device cable is approximately 38″ long.
Get some sound out of the CD drive!
CD Audio Cable for the Apple Power Mac G4, PCI Graphics model. Apple number 922-3708, 590-2236.
38″ Long optical / removable drive cable
This is the long IDE / ATA cable that runs from the logic board to the CD, DVD or optical drive and Zip drive. Apple number 922-4373, 590-4906 on the cable. While it will work for other applications, it is for the Apple Power Mac G4, Digital Audio models. 2 IDE device cable is approximately 38″ long. Note, what differs from the AGP/Gigabit version is that this has shielding on the drive ends of the cable (not shown).