Just a couple of questions:
Which Apple IIc was it? Is this some 3rd party diagnostic software, as I never seen it, only the Built-in ROM RAM Test on some IIc's have.
Which chip(s) was it? I remember Adrian Black on his Youtube Video fix an Iffy IIc with Bad RAM, the on ROM RAM Test gave out a binary code as to which chip was bad, BUT this code was in reverse to the chip location on the board. If the code was 1 0 0 0 0 0 0, the chip was on the extreme right of its bank.
This is an "Unenhanced" IIe; with the older II+ (like) ROMs and a 6502 and not the 65C02.
I remember seeing many of these in the NYC School System I worked before before an Enhanced Kit was sent to each school containing the "New ROM" and the 65C02. For the Home/Business user, they could have sent their Apple IIe for the ROM and CPU Upgrade but for schools, the School Tech usually did it (in many cases at a couple school districts - it was me :P).
Later Years with the Big Apple User's group (NYC) I ran into a few unenhanced Apple IIe's BUT they did have the 65C02, some
No change as in No Boot and No Video?
You are going to have to go in with a multimeter and check for a broken trace around the caps. Also look carefully as some traces goes under a cap but not connect to it but connect to other areas; the Cap Goo can eat away at these traces as well. You may have to remove the cap to inspect the path of the trace but that maybe on 25% of all the caps and traces you may need to inspect. If the trace is broken, just run a thin wire from its start to end points.
A large magnifying glass or a pair of magnifying glasses would be helpful to t
I'm wondering if anyone can help me get started with programming the DSP3210 as found on the AV Quadras. Specifically, I am looking for:
a copy of asm3210 that used to be here ftp://ftp.csua.berkeley.edu/pub/jwang/develop/ once upon a time and
a full copy of the "DSP3210 Information Manual" - only incomplete copies appear on the web.