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  1. SO I have a new project IIc. When I power it up I get no disk drive spin, just power and vertical color bars. After disassembling it I found an anomaly at the location of the character ROM socket. The socket is a 28-pin. The chip in it is 24-pin, labeled 342-0265-A, and if i move it around slightly it get variations in the video output. I believe this chip may be a video ROM chip for a IIe enhancement kit? (No real knowledge here, just a google search). Is this the correct chip for the IIc? Any help would be great. Thx
  2. Anonymous Freak

    Apple IIc Setup

    From the album: Apple IIc Setup

  3. I picked up an Apple IIc this week with a monitor, external 3.25 floppy, mouse, a fist-full of disks, and all the original paperwork, as the price was too good to pass up on. Up to now my only experience with Apple computers are Macintosh and newer, so there is a bit of a learning curve with figuring out the IIc. Of course, one of the first things I did was open it up where I found a Z-Ram Ultra 2 card. At any rate, the computer appears to be functional, although I am getting some flaky behaviour, and I am not sure if that is due to corrupt 20-year old disks or something else. It came with a couple sets of AppleWorks disks. The most worn one was marked as being modified for the Z-Ram card. If I boot off that disk, the computer says it is starting a clock program, then halts to a screen full of gibberish. If I run the unmodified AppleWorks disks, the computer seems to run fine, but does not access the extra memory on the Z-Ram. Another thing that I have noticed is that soft reset (control-open apple-reset) does not reboot the computer. At best, it kicks me out to the command prompt. At worst, the occasional screen full of gibberish. From what I can see, the z-ram card requires some special software to work. Does anyone know where this could be found? Also, I am assuming the clock battery on the card is well past its best-by date. Anyone change one of those before? Thanks!