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    Connecting a ZIP drive to a Macintosh Plus

    What is SCSI Probe?
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    Connecting a ZIP drive to a Macintosh Plus

    I have the Z100S2 with Termination on and I've tried both SCSI id's. I'm not trying to use it as a startup disk. But the driver I have is 4.2 and its on the floppy from rescuemyclassic mac.
  3. How do you run the Iomega drivers on a mac plus? I keep getting application is busy or missing, no matter where it is. I put it in a system disk and it doesn't load the drivers on boot, I get the icon with an X on it. No matter what I do I can't get the ZIP drive recognized. It is the correct SCSI drive too but I don't have the original cable, I'm substituting one that fits.
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    Macintosh Plus floppy issues

    I tried to eject my system disk by dragging it to the trash, my ejection mechanism has a broken gear so I use the manual ejection but I guess before I got to do that it tried reading the floppy again after the ejection motor ran and it came back as unreadable. The boot disk is now corrupt, it will show me a happy mac and then get stuck in a reboot cycle. Does my floppy drive have something terribly wrong with it?
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    Mac Plus ROM Error?

    I figured it out, I was just experimenting with one old ROM chip and one new chip and it just decided to work.
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    Mac Plus ROM Error?

    I've been having trouble getting my new Mac Plus to boot. When I first bought it, I was getting error code 01407D, standard ROM error. I've recapped most of the analog board and I have checked that it is supplying 5V to the logic board. I just replaced the old ROM chips with SST EPROMS and now the error has changed to 013EFB but still no boot. I don't know what else could be causing the problem, maybe my logic board is bad? I would appreciate some advice on what to look for next.
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