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ktkm

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About ktkm

  • Birthday 04/10/1981

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    Stockholm
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    Typography, dozenalism, Mac Plus, Mac IIcx, Mac SE/30

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  1. ktkm

    Just got an SE/30, have a display issue

    The re-cap-job shown i the pictures looks like the works by Uniserver (Maccaps)! I had simular sympthoms with my ROM upgrade from BMOW. Try cleaning or switching to an other ROM.
  2. No smoke, is good enough for me! I think I’ll try it, just to have checked off the list. Thanks!
  3. Has anyone tried to fit a Turbo 601 66 MHz, in a socketed 040 Turbo adapter, in a Mac IIcx? I like to try it, but I don’t know what to expect? Perhaps smoke or explosion? Or is there slim a chance of success? /K
  4. Ah, I see. Thank you Bolle!
  5. I meant the Turbo 040 accelerator. Did the ROM dump from the IIci, with the 040 accelerator installed, result in a ROM-file named other than ”MacIIci.ROM”?
  6. I tried dumping the 040 ROM with my IIcx, but I only get the ”MacIIx.ROM”, with or without the cache installed. (Not that I would know what to do with it). I would gladly pay or help out in any way I’m capable of to get this ”Dream-ROM” done once and for all!
  7. I had som freeze-issues with my PowerCache (P34 33MHz), Ethernet card and Twin Spark adapter, and I have a Turbo 040 33MHz in a IIcx, that I wanted in to try out in my SE/30. So I decided to give the Stratos Technology PSU, from Artmix (Japan), a try. I’m not sure if it actually fixed the issue, since I already had swapped the P34 to a P33 50MHz. However, it did wonders for my display, pixel crispness and geometry is more even than ever! Artmix: http://www.artmix.com/hps_2009_EVO.html
  8. That sounds great, and thank you for the DL! So nice of OlePigeon! Is the onboard ROM, on the Turbo 040, bypassed or removed? Unfortunate I don’t have the programmer. Nice! Are you planning to test it with the same ROM? (Please, let me know if you get it working. I need an excuse to get hold of a Turbo 601). Do you think its possible to choose 030 cache mode during boot-up? Sorry for all the questions, but this got me really excited! Btw. The Artmix PSU made my system very stable and the graphics are crisper than ever.
  9. Please, tell me more about the added ROM support with the Turbo 040 drive! Is it 32 bit clean?
  10. ktkm

    Fitting a SCSI2SD in a 68k Mac

    Wow! I never figured this one out! I’m gonna try this with my Plus!
  11. ktkm

    DayStar Turbo 040 User Manual - 11.1994

    This is awesome! Thank you!
  12. ktkm

    TwinSpark Powercache incompatible?

    I’m afraid I don’t carry the skill for this kind of endeavour. Bolle? How about you?
  13. ktkm

    SE/30 Battery victim revived

    Beautiful! This really brings hope! Nice work!
  14. ktkm

    32-bit Clean ROM vs MODE32

    If you want the original start-up chime and feel? I’ve would go for the GGLabs IIsi ROM. I have both the ROM-Inator II and the GGLabs ROM, and the SE/30 can be a little picky regarding the ROM-socket and the ROM-Inator II.
  15. ktkm

    Supermac Spectrum SE/30 and IIsi ROM?

    Yes, System 7.1 is my all-time favorit! Could this be of any help? My SE/30 spec with Supermac Spectrum SE/30 System: S1-7.1.1 (Swedish) ROM: IIsi (v124, 512K, GGLABS) RAM: 69632K (64+4=68MB) Board: Green Board number: 820-0260-A Manufactured in: Cork Year: 1991 Week: 11 Number: 511 Model ID: 00YA Other: PDS: TwinSpark 2.0, Daystar PowerCache 50MHz (P33), Supermac Spectrum SE/30* *I don’t have it handy in writing. Tests was carried out with and without the TwinSpark 2.0 and Daystar PowerCache 50MHz (P33), and the results where the same. Note: Supermac Spectrum SE/30 works with the TwinSpark 2.0, ”dirty” SE/30 ROM and System 6.0.8.
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