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    Macintosh Classic (XO) Custom Rom Disk?

    You can reach out to Rob Braun: http://www.synack.net/~bbraun/ He is the original author of the Mac Plus ROM boot hack: http://www.synack.net/~bbraun/macromboot.html
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    Classic II Color Video Out

    Basically, I installed a powerview (a scsi video card) into the chassis of a classic II and with a long enough cable it works just fine. It is being powered off of the analog board and I then sideways mounted a scsi2sd .
  3. Here's my latest project: Classic II with internal video. Impossible? No way! If you believe it you can achieve it.
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    RAM required for DOS card

    I have one in my 640, they are very fussy as far as ram, but they will take a 32mb sim.
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    Radius SE Accelerator 16 ROM dumps

    Do you have the init installed? I one of these, I wonder if there's a way to download the roms without opening the machine,
  6. 360alaska

    Naive question: switchable CC VGA hack?

    Basically a CC board can't output VGA, a 550 board or a 575 Board can. What you're asking for is possible, there was even a company which made a video out adapter,
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    1.5 GHz G4 Mac Mini and OS9

    " Officially, the Apple Mac mini G4/1.5 does not exist, as Apple never formally introduced it. However, starting on September 27, 2005, Apple quietly upgraded the Mac mini G4/1.42 to include a 1.5 GHz PowerPC 7447a (G4) processor with the AltiVec "Velocity Engine" vector processing unit and a 512k on-chip level 2 cache, 512 MB of 333 MHz PC2700 DDR SDRAM memory, a faster 5400 RPM 80.0 GB Ultra ATA/100 hard drive, a slot-loading 8X DVD/CD-RW "Combo" Drive in the US$599 configuration, as before, or a faster, and dual-layer read 8X DVD�RW/CD-RW "SuperDrive" in the US$699 configuration. " https://everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/specs/mac_mini_g4_1.5.html
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    ROMBUS - 64 MB flash interface for Mac Plus

    When you're sure it works I'll buy one, BBraun can help you with the driver: http://www.synack.net/~bbraun/
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    Original Hackintoshy Thing

    I bought one of these to try just that but I never got around to it:
  10. Does anyone have a Supermac Superview SCSI? I need a copy of the drivers. Can anyone help me? All I can find is the drivers for the MAC SE Superview.
  11. Have you tried a video card with the 601? Since you get a chime it sounds to me like the onboard video might not be ppc compatible.
  12. Neat, yeah, it could also be bad cpu's that's why I suggest a load test with a head gun on low.
  13. I think somebody actually made one, you can search the forum.
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    How bad is the damage?

    Honestly? Not that bad, classic 1 boards are the only boards I've ever been able to fully resurrect. You need to disorder the battery holder and clean the junk. The other part of this, is that almost every Classic 1 has the Maxell Bomb. It seems that 1991 was the worst year for leaking Maxell batteries, and since most classic 1s were made in 1991 this is a real problem.
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    SE with no sound

    It says "miniphone", that is a mini-phone connector. Looks like pins 1 and 2 should be connected when headphones are not plugged in. If 2 and 3 are connected, then you're shorting you audio out to ground.
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