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  1. Hello all, new to the forums I have a Mac Classic II, which had its logic board recapped, bringing the computer to life. After doing so, I decided to recap the analog board. This killed the mac. All of this was done several years ago, and I recently decided I want this machine to work, rather than gather dust. After booting it up, I was greeted with a startup bong and a VERY bright horizontal line. After copious amounts of searching, this is generally attributed to the TEA2037A Horizontal/Vertical deflection IC. However, upon reopening the mac, I actually found that CF4 had
  2. I have been trying for months to get my rare Asante EN/SC to work with my Macintosh plus to no avail. I have the adapter hooked up to a 10BaseT hub and I can even receive packets in the troubleshooter. But when I bring up Macweb it acts as though there is no connection; error 500. Any help is greatly appreciated! -Justin
  3. Here i have a Macintosh SE/30s that i found on the side of the road with a bunch of keyboards. Only one of them is working but i need to save up for a Floppy Emulator drive to really get this going!Post what you got below! http://www.agoraroad.com/macforum/vintage-computers/what-vintage-macs-do-you-own/
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    Macintosh Plus

    Just picked up a Macintosh Plus for $20. It came with keyboard, mouse, an external SCSI hard drive that doesn't work, and a Targus carry case. It works fine as soon as soon as I insert a boot disk. It hasn't yellowed from exposure to UV light, and doesn't need to be retrobrighted yet. I couldn't pass up such a good deal!
  5. Hello everyone, I recently bought a Mac Plus on eBay, with a power cord. It did not come with a mouse or keyboard, and the seller priced them more then the computer itself. Thankfully, it's PRAM battery had been removed, even though the contacts were slightly corroded. The first time I tried to start it, it came up to a sad Mac with error 038000 on it. I checked and reseated the RAM, to no avail. I recently ordered 4x1 MB ram sticks, and when they come I'll keep you posted. I got it from the state next to mine, so shipping was not a complete killer. It unfortunately is missing the scr
  6. I recently got an old Mac Plus, but it throws the error code 038000 after chiming. Any ideas what this means? I read that it could mean a memory problem. Thanks, IlikeTech
  7. Just scored an apple iie with 2 monitors and a duodisk, a working macintosh se/30, a nonworking macintosh se (sadly ), an apple 400k external floppy drive, an atari 400, an atari 800xl with 1050 external floppy drive, a tandy color computer model 2,a texas instruments 99/4a, and a commodore 128! I only paid $130 for all of it!!
  8. Hello, I wish I found this forum 2 years ago, but here I am today. I had a PowerBook G4 given to me several years ago and it worked fine, until one day I couldn't wake it up from sleep. Removing the battery and putting it back in did nothing, so did plugging it in and starting it without battery. One thing that caught my attention was the fact that when tried to turn on, it made a weird pew sound and it happened every time I tried starting it after disconnecting any power source. The sound did not come from any medium like the DVD drive or HDD, but from the speakers(startup chime?).
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