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  1. Very nice work! I'd definitely like to give this a shot in my 180. - Alex
  2. The last video in the series has now been posted: https://youtu.be/HYta2OOD578 Thanks to anyone who has watched and/or commented on these! - Alex
  3. Sounds like a great idea, to me. The onboard System 6.0.8 is one of the best features from the Classic. - Alex
  4. Thanks, olePigeon! I agree about cleaning boards. With the solder that I use, IPA tends not to remove all of the resin, leaving a gummy feel to the board. Goo gone seems to avoid that, so far, but definitely needs more testing. - Alex
  5. Part 3 is now posted: https://youtu.be/x1ud0zD92dI Thoughts are welcome! - Alex
  6. Part two is now up: The audio is pretty bad in the second part of the video. Unfortunately, I accidentally had two mics recording, simultaneously, and couldn’t find a way to clean it up. I fired myself, so the problem shouldn’t recur! - Alex
  7. Thanks! There are definitely other Macs waiting to be discovered, in my stash. I’ve ordered all the caps for the PSU and the motherboard, and should be doing a recapping video, next. - Alex
  8. All, I just posted a video for #MARCHintosh, where I raided my stash and came out with an untested Mac LC II: https://youtu.be/RxH1aafl2hg This is the first video in the series. Please let me know what you think! - Alex
  9. I wonder how the accelerators that had RAM onboard dealt with the map? I assume that they just threw out most of the SE's board, and used their own custom memory layout from their own ROM. - Alex
  10. Wow, this is so amazing! I’d also like to build one of these prototype SE boards. - Alex
  11. A number of pages are on the Internet Archive, here: https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://lam.kilu.de/lam2//* - Alex
  12. Have you made any more progress on this? This is a really great idea, and there are a ton of machines lacking easy access to Ethernet. - Alex
  13. Actually, the IIc can support SmartPort drives (IIgs-style) natively, and so can the IIe, given an appropriate controller card. Having now read the other thread (sorry that I missed that, earlier), and it sounds like you're already on the path. Again, thanks so much for such a great device! Thanks! - Alex
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