Tempest wrote:Already tried resetting the PRAM (got the second Chime) and reseating all the RAM and the ROM. Nothing. I have a disk in the drive, that's what I'm trying to boot from, but it never starts the drive.
How long would it take for the system to do its RAM check if the RAM was full? I know it took my Mac Plus about 20 seconds or so to do 4MB, maybe it's just taking a long time to do the check? Then again I've left it on for 3 to 4 min so I doubt that's it.
Tempest wrote:It all happens fairly fast and it never tried to go to the disk drive (HD is still unplugged). Shouldn't it at least take a little time to do the memory check?
Tempest wrote:Yeah I tried that, it still doesn't work. I'm starting to think the floppy has died. I do have a spare Superdisk drive that got out of a dead Classic that I can try. IIRC it didn't work, but it at least made noises unlike this drive.
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