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Andras Tantos

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  1. Thank you all the great responses! Yes, I do have StuffIt on the Classic II, so thank you LaPorta, I would take you up on the offer. I'll also check out the lisafsh-utils pacakge. I don't really have access to a modern Mac, so that route is not for me. Thanks again! Andras
  2. Dear Gurus! I'm trying to test/revive a Mac Plus. This obviously only has an 800k floppy drive, so I would need to create disks of that kind. I have a Mac Classic II with MacOS 7.5.5 running, so, theoretically I should be able to image a floppy on this machine using Disk Copy. I've downloaded several image files for several OS versions, but no matter what I do, I can't get Disk Copy (or any other utility for that matter) to recognize these as valid disk images and start the disk creation process. I've even verified that I can boot these disk images on mini vMac (on a PC obviously)
  3. Hello all! I've spent the last few days of my life trying to fix a dead Classic II analog board. As usual, the capacitors leaked but that wasn't the whole story. Turns out the opto-coupler died as well. Long story short, in order to figure this out, I needed to reverse-engineer much of the power supply. Since I was 80% there, I decided to finish the job and publish the results, in the hopes that someone might find it useful. So, here's my attempt at reverse-engineering the schematic of the MAC Classic II power supply: If you find mistakes or you figure something out I w
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