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  1. Thanks for the effort! Having more schematics of these old macs is a great.
  2. Here's a photo of the board - bodge wires and re-created pads near the processor.
  3. Hi all, Recapping a Classic II logic board for a friend - I'm using my recapped PSU that works fine with my Classic II board. He got this board from someone who tried to recap it and pulled a few traces and pads up - but thankfully stopped before it was too bad. I was able to recreate the pads and tone out the traces - all seems good. there. The issue I see is checker bars, but the odd thing is they are very faint. The CPU gets warm while it's on but nothing else is happens. I was going to attempt to swap the ROMS, though my Classic II is an earlier rev wit
  4. In stock again - giving 68kmla'ers a head start - I've also have @Torbar helping out this time as demand seems to be pent up. You can check https://scsi.blue (yes .blue is a tld! thanks @androda for the domain tip) for in stock across the three of us currently making them. Looks great! I just got my powerbook one from @androda but my T8 is too short to open my 520c
  5. Been a while but got a few new items yesterday from some kind people for trades. G4 cube, Powerbook 150, and two 15" multi scan monitors (which I've been looking for quite awhile)
  6. @blindowl I would either put it at the end of the chain - or pick up a vintage external case and drop it in that - they usually have a 50 pin to dual db25 connector or similar inside. I have also seen a stacked db25 connector but it was expensive if i remember correctly and seemed a bit flimsy - you'd have to build a mount for it.
  7. You may be surprised to know I've seen an even more "poorer" implementation - someone wired directly to a 50 pin ribbon cable and soldered the wires directly to a microsd->sd card holder.... If you ever find yourself in that situation I'm happy to send you a board.
  8. Finally got my card recapped - this driver seems to be for System 6 (which it does say in the readme upon closer inspection ) - I used this one for 7.5 -https://macintoshgarden.org/apps/rasterops-graphics-system-software-168 . I'll cross link them in the garden.
  9. Nice! Also thanks for using a Non-Commercial license to keep in the spirit of this project!
  10. Thanks! And it looks great! Thank you for choosing a CC non commercial license. I'm testing my powerbook board in a 520c too, but looks like I'll have to pickup a 100 series (oh darn!)
  11. Yep, System enabler 401 from here https://powercc.org/downloads/ Running that on mine (sans 640x480 mod)
  12. Thanks! I just ordered some caps for my Colorboard 108+/30 - hope to get it working.
  13. Thanks for all the info on scsi drivers @mg.man & @blindowl! I didnt know it worked that way. I've only used LIDO to format ra/blue scsi images I never noticed this. @RetroTheryboy - again, amazing detective work! Seems like newer machines have some slightly different calls/behavior that older ones did not or did not care. Thanks for the logic dumps, something to dig through.
  14. Indeed, I sent an in stock email and they were snapped up. I only sell what I have in hand and can ship in a reasonable time frame. Looks like a lot of people signed up after Joe's Computer Museums video. I'll release more stock as soon as I get some of these fulfilled.
  15. Just got a shipment of bluepills so added stock of kits and assembled (link in signature). And wouldn't you know it these ones came with blinky I added support for macintosh.js to just mount .hda files - opening a PR tonight for it. @RetroTheryboy did some great testing on speed this time - quite a bit of perf to gain by using exfat!
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