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  1. Dkopsieker

    SCSI2SD Mount for the SE/30

    I know this topic is over a year old... but will this work in a classic II?
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    Reinstall System 7 from scratch

    Wait, it looks like those instructions are to create an image from a floppy, not write an image to one... is that correct?
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    Reinstall System 7 from scratch

    Thanks!! I already got the analog board recapped and just send the logic board to be cleaned, capped and battery replaced. As soon as it’s back I’ll try those instructions.
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    Reinstall System 7 from scratch

    First off, I want to say I’m new to the 68k Mac scene. I grew up on Apple II and company Macs, but never got into the hardware or setup of them... I have a Mac classic II that will not boot from the hard drive. I would like to reinstall system 7 from scratch it not sure where to start. I have a few blank floppies, a windows machine, a MacBook Pro that’s about a year old and a USB floppy drive that I can connect to the Mac or the windows machine. is there any way to accomplish this with that hardware? thanks!!
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    Macintosh Classic II Restoration

    This is a great looking system. Good job!! I am in the process of restoring a classic ii as well. I am recapping the analog board, and when i was replacing CP5, i was removing the huge glob of hot glue that was covering it and the ceramic cap next to it... i accidentally mangled the ceramic cap.... i need to replace it, but can not figure out what size i need. I was able to read the markings from it, but not sure about the voltage, as it seems it doesn't have the voltage on there. the markings are " B - 682K - (Manufacturers symbol) 28 " I take it its a 6800 pico farad rating, 10% fault tolerance. There is a line under the 682K, which i have read means 50V or 100V... not sure about that though. by the way, it is CP21 on the board. I just need to know what to replace it with. I'll probably be using digi-key to order the parts. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.