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  1. Due to the limitation of SE board (68000), you cannot use 20mb of RAM, only RAM installed on the Mobius 68030 board can be used (16mb max). To optimize SIMMs installed, the Mobius driver allow you to use SIMMs installed on the SE board (4mb max) as a RAM disk, it's better than nothing I tried some other versions (7.1 US, 7.1 FR, 7.0.1 FR) without success... That is due to the way of Mobius driver patches the system... made for 6.0.5 to 7.0.1 version (US) only, from the time the card was sold.
  2. Hello, I have the same, but 25Mhz version, not 33Mhz. But the position of the jumper is the same : RAM : Jumper to 0M = No RAM on the Mobius board. Jumper to 4/8/16M = four SIMMs on the Mobius board (four 1MB or 2MB or 4MB SIMM). By the way, if you have 70ns SIMMs, you can remove W12 shunt to run the board at 1 wait state. FPU : Jumper to 25M if a FPU is installed. The Mobius board run very well with System 7.0.1, Mobius Driver (v4.99), Compact Virtual 3.0 and 16MB on the Mobius board (4MB on the SE board are used as RAM disk).
  3. To do the test, I used a stock SE/30, with 8MB (8x1) RAM (without PDS card), with an internal Quantum LPS525S (500Mo) drive and System 7.5.3 Fr
  4. I can do that, but the MiniScribe is not very fast , more than HD20 due to SCSI, but very low compare to next SCSI HD. To show you, I run Speedometer 3.23 on a SE/30, with the external 20SC, and the internal Quantum LPS525S (500Mo). HD 20SC Miniscribe : Internal LPS525S :
  5. Yes. If you need more pictures, don't hesitate It run very well, faster than the HD20 (Rodime) on my Plus (128k upgraded)
  6. my HD20SC with a Miniscribe : it run very well. I have also a 40SC with 5"1/4 Quantum Q250. Sound : Miniscribe.mp3
  7. 520c run with 7.5, which is HFS only, and, as all 68k, even if you run 8.1 to use HFS+, it cannot boot on HFS+ volume, only PPC can. 540c run well, but no battery inside (all dead), and PRAM battery is empty. And I need to wait a couple of minute after to plug power supply to be able to start it. With the PPC upgrade, It run 8.1 from his internal SCSI HD 800MB HFS+. Unfortunately, my PCMCIA module rev B cannot run with the PPC upgrade, only rev C can. Processor upgrade from Apple (made by NewerTech.):
  8. I already tried the PCMCIA module (revB) to use CF card to boot on my PB520c, that run well The CF card appears in the Finder (I was able to format the card). I put a copy of the system folder from the hard drive and was able to boot from the CF card: I also tried to do that in my PB540c with a PowerPC upgrade, from Apple (in fact a Newer Technology processor card with a PPC603ev/133MHz), but the PCMCIA module don't work in this case, only rev C can, not the rev B
  9. No worries with internet for my use, connected only for the automatic update of the TV guide. I use a small USB DVB-T tuner connected to an antenna (for digital terrestrial HDTV). With the little Apple remote, I do not even have to leave EyeTV. I do not even use the OSX interface, I put it to sleep with the remote control, ditto to wake it up, like a TV. I like the look with the nice white polycarbonate enclosure, the very easy to use small white Apple remote control (magnetic and placed on the side of the iMac when it is off ;-), the very good display 24" full HD (1080p), the TV g
  10. Argh ... it's not very far from mine ... I use it every day, several hours a day, as a TV in my kitchen With a USB Stick EyeTV for TNT-HDTV, it serves me to watch TV (and record). It works very well, in automatic start on EyeTV. In fact I only use the small white Apple remote to put it to sleep, change channels and sound level. Very simple and cool design. iMac 2006 Core 2 Duo" 2.33 24-Inch T7600 2.33MHz + NVIDIA GeForce 7600GT (BTO) + SSD SATA 240GB + RAM 4GB + Apple Remote white Mac OSX 10.7.5 EyeTV version 3.6.9 USB Stick EyeTV Tuner
  11. This display, SHARP LM64P51 has been used for the PowerBook 140 and some 145. You can replace it by the same or by the second model for 145/145B (SHARP LM64P58), but it is paired with the inverter board (find the pair, display + inverter). The CCFL backlight lamp is easy to replace. There is a third model that goes in these PowerBook (140/145/145B): HITACHI LMG5200XTFC (to find with the cables and the inverter)... I agree with bibilit, he problem with them is about capacitors failure. I had several down (bad picture or no picture, just the backlight that displays a blu
  12. This card was also an option for the MacMemory TurboSE. In searching information for the TurboSE, I found a test in BYTE (March 1988) which explain that. https://archive.org/details/byte-magazine-1988-03/page/n157
  13. I found a test of this card in BYTE from March 1988. https://archive.org/details/byte-magazine-1988-03/page/n157 This confirms that I need an INIT software to use the 68881. But no way to find it If anyone has it ... It also explains the use of the connector on the card, which was an option for a video card for an E-Machine Big Picture screen:
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