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  1. the 6290m is exactly the same as the 6280m but with 2x sata ports instead of ATA connectors; unfortunately can only support 2 drives instead of the 4 supported by the ata version
  2. please get back to me!!!

  3. i just tested my 6880M card in a 450Mhz Sawtooth AGP with an 80gb SEAGATE 7200.9 7200 RPM 8MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s drive (in non-raid mode) with ATTO Express tools Peak Read: 70.63 MB/s Peak Write: 69.51 MB/s Sust'd Read: 62.52 MB/s Sust'd Write: 58.21 MB/s the result was the exact same with a 6890M sata raid adapter; the two use the same chipset; the latter being the SATA version of the same model card basically also if you have more than one drive attached with bootable os; it seems to want to choose the port furthest away from the bracket as the boot
  4. if you need a sata card just contact michael using the contact form @ www.firmtek.com and tell him what you need you will get a tracking number response immediately and he ususally responds to emails within 24hrs
  5. if someone could figure it out i bet you could tape some pins on the card to prevent it from not working in the QS there are other cards that have an electrical incompatibility in this fashion.. and it must be an electrical incompatbility in the way the card is constructed conflicting with the PCI/AGP implementation of the QS. i have a few flashed sil3112 cards and they work in my QS2002 933 im pretty sure and my original Tempo Sata Purple PCB card also works in the QS2002 933 im pretty sure aswell doesnt matter now because thanks to harrymatic going public with the
  6. can someone share this version of hte seritek firmware? am i correct to think that this is only available to people who happen to have an early revision card with the firmware on the cards flash chip? please share this version
  7. id say the macintoshrepository site has you covered https://www.macintoshrepository.org/11913-codewarrior-dr1-gold https://www.macintoshrepository.org/11915-codewarrior-pro-2 https://www.macintoshrepository.org/1116-codewarrior-pro-3 https://www.macintoshrepository.org/1645-codewarrior-4-gold-68k- https://www.macintoshrepository.org/1337-codewarrior-discover-edition-4 https://www.macintoshrepository.org/1796-codewarrior-pro-5 https://www.macintoshrepository.org/577-codewarrior-pro-6 https://www.macintoshrepository.org/427-codewarrior-pro-7-0-7-1 sear
  8. yes the 64XTC works fine on a windows computer!!!!!!! recently hooked it up to a pII 266Mhz slot 1 440bx board running windows 3.1 works 100% running windows 95 works 100% back to the 5200CD... for the record there is no Modem in the commslot i just pulled out the motherboard to check... theres no commslot modem installed only a Farallon PDS network card that i ordered from Ebay the modem interface is connected on modem serial port the printer port has nothing connected the scsi is attached to an external ZIP100 plus which works fine its connected to my local network via 10BASE-T port
  9. Ok thanks Cory My first Mac was a performa 6400 tower back in 1997 I didn't use system 7 long at all Thanks for the help!!!!
  10. just to make a record, and to answer more clearly + illustratively Cory's earlier questions: heres a few images to show what the error is when my interface refuses to function properly..... everythign else is properly configured trust me.. swapping it out for the opcode studio 3 yields better results but it doesnt work 100% either.. it (the studio 3 opcode midi interface) can "bug out" and need to be power cycled etc but these images are of the 64xtc - which detects properly.. i can "view the rom version" in OMS setup.. but then when i try to actually do any MIDI data recording or playing
  11. is it normal for the system software to take 5.5MB of RAM? this is another reason why i was going to go to a 68k cpu, vintage software ram requirements are less than half required by software when powered by a PPC cpu.
  12. P/N: 04160D00 Model: Z250USBPCM date: 11/01/1999 07:23 assembled in USA 5v 1.0A i have also got the firewire adapter which connects to the db25/SCSI connector: P/N: 30195800 Model: ZIP1394A date: 10/05/2000 22:07 here i just found the manual for the zip1394a: http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000014831.pdf this manual refers to the connector as the "ZIP250 connector" rather than a SCSI interface.. so maybe its not SCSI at all *Shrug* i also checked here to see the original packaging of hte ZIP1394A: http://www.ebay.com/itm/IOMEGA-ZIP-FIREWIRE-ADAP
  13. it has an icon that looks like a optical CD-ROM it says : System 7.5 update 2.0 1.1mb created Aug 21st 1995 can anyone tell me the proper name so i can rename it back to what its supposed to be
  14. wow its really annoying how this site concatenates links https://www.fenestra.../tn/tn1018.html http://web.archive.o...ac/macmidi.html are u the 68kmla.org owner/operator/admin?
  15. that block diagram is in no way conclusive -- just because it says "SCC" on the block diagram does not mean that its the same "SCC" etc etc the F108 is not a memory controller but rather an ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) and you arent shedding any new light or information in stating that as IT WAS LITERALLY SAID IN THE ARTICLE I POSTED because the quadra 630 is from within the time period that the article mentioned and has been discussed over and over again. From the time of the Centris 660av (July 1993) through to the Power Macintosh 8100/110 (Nov 1994) the SCC was in
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