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The MacRescue upgrade board apparently clips on to the existing logic board on a [[Macintosh 128K]] or [[Macintosh 512K]] to provide extra RAM capacity and a SCSI interface. In at least one example, a ribbon cable ran from the upgrade board to a 25-pin port on the rear of the unit.
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The MacRescue upgrade board apparently clips on to the existing logic board on a [[Macintosh 128K]] or [[Macintosh 512K]] to provide extra RAM capacity and a [[SCSI]] interface. In at least one example, a ribbon cable ran from the upgrade board to a 25-pin port on the rear of the unit.
  
 
The unit in the pictures indicates this was manufactured in 1989 by Computer Care.
 
The unit in the pictures indicates this was manufactured in 1989 by Computer Care.
  
  
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The MacRescue upgrade board apparently clips on to the existing logic board on a Macintosh 128K or Macintosh 512K to provide extra RAM capacity and a SCSI interface. In at least one example, a ribbon cable ran from the upgrade board to a 25-pin port on the rear of the unit.

The unit in the pictures indicates this was manufactured in 1989 by Computer Care.