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  1. This odd ROM SIMM came installed on my Q700. Why would you want an SE/30 ROM in a Q700? The CPUs are different and the Q700 ROM is 32bit clean. It can't be a SE/30 SIMM. 7.6.1 will not run on a Mac that is not 32-bit clean.
  2. They weren't, the 128k was manufactured for a far shorter time than the original Macintosh and I've seen many original Macs on ebay, in all that time I've only seen a single one that said "128k" on it. I have been ... busy... and I cycle through different (and unfortunately expensive) hobbies at a pretty quick pace! ]'>
  3. It is true that the original macintosh came first, but that wasn't the question. The question was which is more rare, and the answer to that is the 128k model. It was in production for a far shorter time than the original Macintosh and soon replaced by the 512k.
  4. Get the Kensington fully optical mouse in a box on amazon. It comes with an ADB adapter, I have one. No the adapter does not work on other mice, I tried.
  5. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    fidel check your pms
  6. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    I got the mouse today! It is exactly as it was described, mint condition and it arrived very fast! I will try it out later when I have more time.
  7. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    I don't have a scanner, unfortunately. Actually I meant to say it's the only 3 button optical adb mouse. I have also heard of some 2 button optical adb mice. I actually own the kensignton mouse in a box, optical. It works, but technically it's cheating because it uses a usb to adb adapter (which unfortunately does not work on other usb mice, I tried). And it only has one button.
  8. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    The first auction was mine. The second is not mine nor did I win it or even try to win it. There is a thread about that second auction in the compact mac forum. I sold the grayscale setup because I need money. I am in a very bad situation right now that is about to get worse. I will probably end up reselling the mouse after I've had my fun with it. I'm just like that...
  9. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    I have one of those geethree adapters. It works nice but I still like having the "real thing" better.
  10. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    Actually more like $50 with shipping. It is the ONLY adb-native multi button optical mouse ever made afaik. You occasionally see the ps2 one on sale but the adb one seems quite rare. The one I got is the first one I have ever seen for sale, and I have been constantly watching e-bay and other websites for a VERY long time. I was beginning to give up hope that I would ever find one.
  11. 003

    HA! Finally mine!

    I actually have two mouse pads for it right now, one the normal size, and one an oversize version! The one in the auction will be my third. And the fact that the mouse and pad are both mint... it's like the auction was made for me!
  12. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=017&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWN%3AIT&viewitem=&item=270140607282&rd=1&rd=1 ]'> I had a max bid of $131.01. This was NOT about to slip through my fingers ]'>
  13. I had discovered, that when I pulled the PRAM battery and booted with a non stock ROM, I never got any artifacts at all and the se/30 just booted normally.
  14. I personally have only seen the "strange artifacts" when using a non stock ROM. And only on a cold boot. This has been the case with every logic board I have tested to date (except the first socketed one, which displayed the warped checkerboard pattern with the IIfx rom). I have never seen one (with good caps) that displays any kind of abnormalities like the ones talked about here with a stock ROM, and I have tried a good number of different logic boards, JDW you know that Perhaps Larry was just like me in not finding them? Perhaps the problems you are experiencing are caused by a
  15. JDW I think your board is just kinky. Tyler the the VROM (not sure about VRAM) is on a big socketed chip on the logic board, and it should have a sticker saying VROM. Perhaps the VRAM is located in that array of socketed chips that are right under the RAM slots? tt, I agree
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