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vilasaliv

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About vilasaliv

  • Birthday 05/23/1975

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  • Location
    Portugal
  • Interests
    LC III, LC 475, SE/30, g4 AGP, Were to recap in Portugal?

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  1. usb fat 32 pen with http://cdn.macip.net/tinyMacIPgw-1.0.iso tinyMacIPgw-1.0.iso burned with balena etcher. Is there any step I'm missing? using a dell mini 9, USB boot as first drive on boot and legacy usb support on. Thanks tinyMacIPgw-1.0.iso
  2. I'm listing this board with the 68040 motorola processor on ebay. http://ebay.us/fclLTc?cmpnId=5338273189
  3. Is there anything like this bare Logic for amiga to our corroded se30? http://wordpress.hertell.nu/?p=587
  4. I remember I had to install a apple NSI (if I remember) before the card driver. There is also a driver named "API 1.1Ethernet Installer.image" From http://vintageapple.org/macdrivers/nic/focus/ReadMe.txt "Filename: Ethernet Installer.image.sit.hqx Name: EtherLAN Card Installer (1.1.3) This software is the latest version of the EtherLAN Card Installer. This fixes a problem with our cards when installed into the Macintosh LC III. Use it ONLY with FOCUS Enhancements' NEWER EtherLAN Cards. These cards can be identified by the presense of a large square IC marked "SMC". Compressed disk image. I
  5. As soon as I got my lc 475 running (It was 6y in a closet) I smelled burned fuse, heard some white noise for 5 sec and after that no sound from the speaker. The mac started up well besides that. Later I checked the sound was ok on the audio out but the speaker was silent all the time. The speaker works with a spare main board. I looked to the board and it has a resistor broke. A 6R8 resistor near the year of the board and the audio out (see picture). Is that resister the responsible for the non audio on internal speaker? Do you think a new one won't blow again? should I check something befor
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