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  1. I was able to load 8.0 via floppy and then update to 8.1 via LocalTalk transfer of the image. It's a really fun, stable computer now!
  2. Thanks. The screen is perfectly readable. A bit small, but nothing that I have to strain to see. I did not know about the overclocking mod? Any sources for that?
  3. Update on the Mystic mod. I printed the Mystic backplate that I found on this forum post: It fits perfect and looks pretty great! Thanks 360alaska!
  4. Sweet find! I paid more than twice that for mine!
  5. I finished my Mystic mod last night and installed my LC575 board into my CC. Went really well. I used a hobby knife to cut the traces, first scoring them with the blade and then turning it over to the dull side and scraping the copper trace away through the score marks. So far it is very stable. It only has 32 MB RAM so I am going to want to max that out, but quite a fun machine with 040 CPU and VGA graphics! I cannot load 8.1 yet, as I have no bootable CDROM drive. I have an NEC SCSI CDROM, but it will not boot from this. I am going to try to copy the 8.1 CD contents to the
  6. I have done this same thing with a printer and it worked pretty well. Eventually, the heat from the printer caused it to dislodge. Anyhow, I am going to issue a refund to my buyer so all is well here. I don't need to fix this board. Thanks for the advice either way.
  7. Thanks for the tips. I have been on these sites already but I am not seeing what I need. I have a CC board that has the pads destroyed on C4 and C5 is iffy. I would like to know where to connect a jumper wire from the cap to the destination of the trace. I cannot seem to find a schematic of the board. My Google foo is weak on this one for some reason.
  8. Can someone please tell me where C4 and C5 connect to on the main board? I repaired one back in the summer. It had a few weak pads on C4, but I was able to get them to stick. It has worked and been 100% stable for the last 6 months. I traded it to a friend in Singapore and shipped it to him packaged really well and when it arrived, C4 is completely loose in the packaging. He says that C5 is loose as well, but is still connected. If we can figure out where to connect jumper wires to bypass the pads, maybe we can revive this board.
  9. I love this LISA story! Great job on keeping with it and working through all of those issues. How about some pics of the machine in operation?
  10. yes. Any computer with USB port and Linux installed should be able to handle this. Does not have to be a Pi.
  11. That is a sweet machine. It looks super clean. Good job on the rescue. I have a blog where I wrote about how to build a serial to Ethernet bridge using a serial cable, USB adapter and a Raspberry Pi. No Ethernet Card is required in the Classic Mac at all. You can see my article at http://www.retroadventures.net/raspberry-pi-ppp-serial-router/
  12. I see there are quite a few on ebay. Although I think you can use a 12v 1.5A power supply and a 7 pin DIN plug. There is a great thread on Applefritter about this here: https://www.applefritter.com/content/apple-iic-power-adapter (not my thread, and I have not built one of my own, so "great" is a subjective term...)
  13. This is very cool! I love the customized badge! I need to do all of this to my CC.
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