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  1. I have unmounted the floppy drive and I have connected it to a Mac Plus (external) and there is no problem, the Plus read the floppy and boot on it, so this is not the floppy drive or the floppy itself. I will take a look at the Bourns Filters.
  2. Thanks for the answer. With a specific floppy I have the sad mac 0F0064.
  3. I've already tested three different floppy, I will make a new one and test if it works.
  4. Hi folks, I have a problem with my Macintosh 128k. When I want to boot on a floppy (internal or external floppy drive), the floppy drive take the floppy, it spin up but nothing else. The Macintosh keep block on the happy mac icon or on the interrogation point. The internal 400K floppy drive is new. I can also move the mouse cursor on the screen. Does anyone have an idea of the problem (ram, rom...)? (I can perform any tests, the Macintosh is open.) Thanks, matacao.
  5. I have a working ADB to USB adapter. But I don't think that USB to ADB exist.
  6. Hi folks, My Macintosh TV doesn't work and I'm trying to restore it. After disassembly, one trace is broken on the motherboard. Does anyone have the scheme of the motherboard ? Thanks in advance, matacao.
  7. Latest find: Xerox Splash G620 (Power Mac G4) (click on images to enlarge) It works great but I don't have the Splash Key to turn on the Splash Server.
  8. Thanks ! I don't have a ColorMonitor //e, I have bought this for my extra Monitor ///.
  9. My latest conquest:  Working Apple ///  Apple II monitor stand:
  10. Extract from iMac service manual: • LED 1 indicates that the trickle voltage from the power supply has been detected by the main logic board. This LED will remain ON whenever the iMac G5 is connected to a working AC power source. The LED will remain on even when the computer has been shut down or put to sleep. The LED will turn off only if the AC power source is disconnected or the power supply is faulty. • LED 2 indicates that the main logic board has detected proper power from the power supply when the computer is turned on. This LED will be ON when the computer is turned on and the p
  11. I have the same problem on one of my iMac but I have a lot of spare, so I've replaced them by original speakers.
  12. I have tested all keys and there is no problem, I think that I have an oscillation due to a faulty component in the sound circuit.
  13. Hi, This afternoon, I have decided to restart my Apple ///, after some effort it works but the speaker make continuously a buzzing noise. Have you any idea of what could cause this ? Thanks, matacao. Video with the noisy sound: http://i1165.photobucket.com/albums/q583/matacao/th_Apple%20III%20Buzzing%20Noise.mp4
  14. Thanks for the tip, I will try next week and I will post a foto.
  15. Thanks ! Yes it is in very good condition and functional but I think that key 5 and Control are not original.
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