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    Any known caveats with a IIsi?

    A IIsi resto is my current project, and it's up and running happily - I recapped its PSU last weekend, which went a lot quicker than expected (I haven't done many recaps, and it was a horrid mess beforehand). It was all through-hole except for the daughterboard SMD caps, which were just a little...
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    I will be recieving a new (to me) PowerMac 7300/200. How do I turn it on?

    This should help with the how to open, pointing to the latch Cory is referring to, also the 'foot' which is just a thin black plastic piece that slips into a supporting position when opened fully, but needs to be manually released or it'll just snap when you try to fold the drive bay parts down!
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    68060 in Mac

    Going back a long long way, but there were posts in the early 2000s of 060 to 040 adaptors working in only one model. One of the last 68ks, the LC/Quadra/Performa 630 series which was supposed to fire up OK with an 060, at least to the point of booting.
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    A friendly reminder that MacTCP performance is godawful - OpenTransport is nearly 3x faster

    fwiw, OT1.3 brings similar improvements to at least as far back as 7.1, too.
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    NUBUS Card Identification

    It's not the same card, but it gives me REALLY strong avid vibes, like this one that came with my Q950. https://www.applefritter.com/node/2157 Edit: actually the main part of the card DOES look the same, but with a different end on it. All the visible components in the same spot.
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    Mac Plus internal SCSI: noninvasive edition

    This is excellent and I approve.
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    PowerBook 540c screen problems

    giving the clutch cover a gentle press about an inch or two to the right of the mic hole below the screen can sometimes help. There's a connector right underneath there that can loosen. Been a while, so I forget precisely what the symptom of that one is, but it's a just few seconds to check...
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    LC475 / Power Macintosh 8200 / Performa 630

    I dunno, that's all changeable anyway  :)  
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    Powerbook 500 with 167MHz PPC603ev

    Missed this one! sorry for the late reply. Ankylosaur is my Synology NAS. It supports connections from System 7 quite happily - that's my custom icon for it.  
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    Help transferring programs to Mac from Linux - how to make executable

    uncompressing on Linux will lose the forked status of the files and only recompress part, unfortunately - and that destroys executables. Do you have an OSX machine you can unzip your zip file on instead? that'll preserve forks - I just tested your file and it worked - then transferred the file...
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    LC475 / Power Macintosh 8200 / Performa 630

    Your photo of the 8200's PSU looks like it could be the photo of my Q840AV's PSU. I turned it on one evening while a friend was visiting, and it was acting a bit wacky. Shut down the 840, and went to bed. In the middle of the night the PSU let out this godawful loud *crack* and stank up the...
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    Picked up another AEKII in mint condition, but this one's really difficult to type on.

    It's like I just can't hit the right keys while using it.
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    Super FKEY Pro

    Yeah, I mentioned it on IRC only I think, and not too long ago.  The Quadra 605 I did back then had the yellowing come back over a few months to similar yellowing as its feet - I figured it was a failed attempt, an experiment that showed UV worked temporarily but not long term. I pulled the...
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    Powerbook 500 with 167MHz PPC603ev

    A few pics of my latest - a powerbook 500 with Newer Technology PPC603ev at 167MHz, 24MB RAM, Active matrix colour display and 500MB HD (probably soon to be replaced with SSD).
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    AppleDesign Powered Speakers as part of my further attempts to retro-fy my main mac.

    Now it's iMac from 2016, speakers from 1993, keyboard from 1991, desk from 1982 and walls & window from 1860something. It's almost like it all belongs.
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