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  1. I'd put down somewhere between $50 and $75 USD for one of these, because I know how much time and effort went into it. I'm worrying that 28GBP is too low, but I'm not your business manager, so do whatever. If you're looking for a place to sell beyond this forum, I'd suggest https://www.tindie.com/. You'll get eyeballs on it, and I can help you out there if you have any problems
  2. You can put me down for about ten of these.
  3. If you want to get a look at the inside layers of a PCB, you *can* use a small CNC mill with a small step size. This is probably the best example of that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iV4LJX1HdPk However, there's a significant drawback going the CNC route if you don't have it perfectly flat. Half of the board will have the traces you're interested in, while the other half will cut too deep or too shallow. There's a lot of fixturing needed for this project. I have heard of people going to a machine shop and using a surface grinder which would be a very good optio
  4. Right, so awesome project, and I have two Q950s that will eventually need a power supply. I don't really need one of these now, but I really have to say you should put this up on GitHub, with the KiCAD file, Gerbers, all the BOM, and maybe a few pictures and assembly instructions. Also link to the GitHub project in this thread. With that, anyone can make their own (and it would probably cost $70-80, if what I'm seeing is correct.) They'll also be able to make their own years from now. In fact, I don't even care if you put it up on GitHub, just put it somewhere where peo
  5. Does any newton program have this? I'd really like to term into my work server, but the guys in the upper echelon many years ago decided to use the WYSE standard for terminal. I don't know why.
  6. Really helps if you RTFM, Needed Thread manager and Drag & Drop support... did a fresh install of 7.6.1, got an update of Toast off of the Pirate Bay, and now I'm burning. Huzzah!
  7. I've got toast 4, and a supported drive, but whenever I press 'write disk' the error message comes up - please insert a recordable CD. I just bought a new pack of CD-Rs, I'm wondering if the media isn't supported? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. I made a few videos of me and my quadra 950, with protools and such, Just to give everyone else a feeling of how great they are. Here are the videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i1ZXlxlbpQ and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ra_2peEaHY enjoy!
  9. Yep, as I have guessed, the problem only arises when my Avid disk connected to my SCSI accelerator card is turned on. I have no idea what is going on here.
  10. Disregard the previous post. I think it has somehting to do with my Digidesign SCSI accelerator card. For now, I think I can live with the problem, but I'll look into it further. Any ideas>?
  11. Well, I think I found a solution; rebuild the desktop file. I'll post again if this isn't the case, but for now let's just call this the 'fix' for this problem.
  12. Using my Q950 for some little audio work with 2 digidesign 442s. It's great. Wish I had a nuverb card, though Anyway, when I click shutdown from the special menu, nothing happens. at all. I'm thinking this is one of those deals where I've never had a computer with a friggin key! That's sooo cool!. Does it need to be in the off state to turn off? IDK.
  13. Let drop. Did a fresh install of 7.6.1, moved the Control panel over to the old system folder, and erased the new one.
  14. Pics of the PS/1? That was my first compy.... back in '91. damn, Prodigy was the shit....
  15. I'm SOOOOOOOOOO close to having my protools rig up 100%.... Not only that, but I don't feel like going through an install process. Trust me, this is the easiest way. benchoff@gmail.com
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