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Need OS Disks for Apple Power Book 150

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I need to get copies of the OS disks for the apple Power Book 150 for a 12 year old physically handicapped student. The Mount Vernon, Washington Lions club gave this student the PC, but some how he erased the OS disks and we can't find copies.  I don't even know which OS is needed or will work. Send a copy of OS if possible.
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the PowerBook 150 will run on MacOS versions:
7.1.1
7.5
7.5.1
7.5.3
7.5.5
7.6
7.6.1

System 7.0 was the last free MacOS. The best place to find a set of MacOS Disks is your local school with a sympathetic teacher. there is also a possibility that, if you tell your story well, you can receive a set of disks from Apple at:
1-800-GO-APPLE
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Very good answer, but I can't give an A without the disk.  still a very good score.  Thank you.
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