Yeah, I saw the composite ones, they're the same connector as PC jumpers, or PC LED connectors, so those are easy.
I found a service source PDF for this machine, but it's only how to take it apart and swap boards/drives, so it's kind of useless.
I do notice a problem with this board, I can't always boot it up, but if I do a PRAM reset from the keyboard, it always boots, so maybe the PRAM memory is bad. Or maybe something's draining the battery? Not sure, will have to dig deeper.
Well, at least I can use the video out to a capture board on another machine and capture video. Then again, I could just install a VNC server on this thing and get some program to capture video that way.
Nope, I literally only have the motherboard and power supply from the 840AV and nothing else.
I have an old 100CD Jukebox that's nice and big. If I can mount the 3.5" and 5.25" drive enclosure metal parts from an old PC case, I think it'll work out nicely and it'll look hawt, as the juke is a nice shiny black case. Maybe I can rewire some of the buttons from the jukebox for various functions like reset/programmer switch or even power.
If anyone knows a source of VRAM SIMMs that would rock as I can only get 8 bit video out.
And yeah, RAM doubler was giving me 96MB.
This machine has a total of 32MB, which is plenty respectable for a machine of this age.
Isn't amazing how back in 1995 32MB was like 32GB is today?
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