I totally agree - I have a Basilisk slice that I use almost exclusively for unpacking all the items that should unpack, but don't.
I love this product! ROCK solid and always works.
I would vote for this as a must for anything done with Stuffit.
I love these things (the SCSI2SD's) as a replacement hard drive in desktop Macs. I have a few different images that I have set up and saved, which I write to an SD, using my MBP, plug in, run the setup and I am ready to go.
I know that there is a lot of interest recently in the BlueSCSI that...
Is there a copy of the Mac Portable schematic somewhere handy? That is a very similar error code and I like your interpretation.
This story did not end well - thanks for getting the translation - it was entertaining to read, even if it didn't contain the clues that I was hoping for.
My Google search (sad mac "0300173E" 00001FFA) returns very little, but it does come back with this apparently Japanese technical developer note, which contains a reference to my specific error in a portable - it could just be another person with the same problem or a some clue to the issue, but...
I have a non-backlit (5120) portable that was running a while back, but now...
It starts with a bad chime and a sad mac with the following code.
From this, I get a 'major' error of 173E and the tables that I find don't provide a way to interpret this.
(have included a...
It seems that this is something that can be done, although this link seems to be based on the same information that you have pointed to.
It also points to the difficulty of finding the 1MB Cache SIMM (What are the specs on that, I couldn't find them listed?)
I found the 1MB SIMMs listed here ->...
I racked my brain, but do not recall the specific game. If I come across it, I'll repost.
I didn't know this, I may try this mod - its easy enough to reverse, if I need to go back for some reason.
Always looking for a 475/Q605 MB that needs a new home. (at reasonable price of course and there...
I'm building a couple of these and I did not even think of using them to drive the output. That's actually a great idea, because I'm suspicious that bibilit may be correct, which is why I was looking to find the additional documentation. Using the rgb2hdmi devices may be a way around this issue.
I have a Radius FPD SE/30 video card that I've had for a few years now and I have considered using it (if possible), but I did not know whether it required the use of a Radius monitor or whether it could be used with other monitors.
I've looked in several spots for information, but only found...
Are people seeing something that I'm not?
When I click on the attachment link above, I get this... (I cut it down in size, because it was a 4.8MB jpeg, but I don't get a list for grayscale adapter items).