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  1. Sunoo

    Help Identifying SE/30 NIC

    Okay, I found another thread where it said to use the Farallon drivers. I had that driver disk on hand, so I tried it, and it seems to be detected correctly now. Now I just need to find an ethernet cable and see if I can convince it to connect.
  2. Sunoo

    Help Identifying SE/30 NIC

    I tried the Asante drivers, no luck. I couldn't find SlotInfo, but I found TattleTech, and it identifies as being made by A-Series?
  3. Sunoo

    Help Identifying SE/30 NIC

    Any suggestions where to find that? I'm coming up empty in my searches.
  4. Sunoo

    Help Identifying SE/30 NIC

    Thanks, I'll give that a shot.
  5. Sunoo

    Help Identifying SE/30 NIC

    Are you saying this won't work in Mac OS? Or just that I need A/UX to identify the card?
  6. Sunoo

    Help Identifying SE/30 NIC

    I just got this NIC for an SE/30 that was sold as working, but I can't figure out who made it, so I can't get the right drivers. The seller claims to not know either. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  7. The hard disk came in this morning, and that got it going. I guess my SSD was just being picky about the older SATA standard. Thanks a lot.
  8. Thanks for the tip, I’ve placed an order for a cheap SATA hard disk, and we’ll see if that works any better.
  9. When connected internally to either SATA port, Disk Utility does not see it. When connected via USB with an external enclosure, it appears in Disk Utility and can be formatted, but the installer refuses to accept it because it is not bootable.
  10. There are no jumpers on this drive. Is that the problem? Does it need to be a SATA1 drive?
  11. Tower. Model A1047. As far as I can see, the cables look fine, and I tried both the upper and lower drive slots, with the same results.
  12. I just picked up a PowerMac G5 for a steal, but it was missing its hard drive. Right now the only spare SATA device I have laying around is a 64 GB SSD. I can get the machine to boot from the 10.4 install disc, but it won't recognize the drive no matter what I try. I did try connecting it with an external USB enclosure, and it saw it then, but wouldn't let me install the OS because it can't boot off USB. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?
  13. Sunoo

    Replacement HD in SE/30?

    You can format the drive with your Mac itself.
  14. Sunoo

    MacToTheFuture SE/30 10/100 Ethernet card

    This is getting exciting. Once you are selling these, I’ll definitely need to grab one.
  15. Sunoo

    PCMCIA TV Tuner ?

    Keep in mind that most capture cards and such add significant lag, so they tend not to be suitable if you want to use them as a display for a game system.
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