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  1. 360alaska

    Does anyone have a Supermac Superview SCSI?

    Yes, I did find a copy of the driver, do you need it? I searched for hours could not find it anywhere on the web, I only found it by running unerase on my scsi2sd.
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    Macintosh Classic II with missing ROMs

    You can reach out BBRAUN and he should be able to.
  3. I didn't say they had no use, I said it helps assembly when attaching the waterblock to the CPU.
  4. For a dual LCS, the don't do any sealing or anything, they just hold the water-block in place to make assembly easier.
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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
  6. 360alaska

    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 .
  7. Here's my latest project: Classic II with internal video. Impossible? No way! If you believe it you can achieve it.
  8. 360alaska

    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.
  9. 360alaska

    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,
  10. 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,
  11. 360alaska

    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/
  13. 360alaska

    Original Hackintoshy Thing

    I bought one of these to try just that but I never got around to it:
  14. 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.
  15. 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.