Apple Memory Guide 2001 wrote:… The IIci uses DRAM for video and maps it to Bank A. Contrary to other Macintosh models, always install the lowest density SIMMs in Bank A for best performance.
Developer Notes 1989 wrote:… On-board video support for 12” B&W, 13” RGB, and 15” B&W Portrait monitors …
Nor anything else, for that matter. That jumper selects between on-board ROM and the ROM slot. There never was a ROM card for the IIci, so the on-board ROM must be selected. Otherwise the IIci behaves all-same hearthstone. No ROM = no startee. Nix. Nada.waynestewart wrote:When they stripped the IIci maybe they took the ROM jumper at W1. Without it you won't get any video.
Developer Notes 1989 wrote:… Parity is generated by the optional Parity Generator Chip (PGC). If you want parity checking you must order the Macintosh IIci configured with the PGC and nine-bit DRAM SIMMs.
JRL wrote:I tried equill's configuration (x4 1 MB in the first bank, x4 2 MB in the second) but with no change.
I will try the Apple Color Plus '14 next since I think Macintosh IIcis will work with that monitor.
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