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  1. As I alluded to in my SE/30 thread, I'm also working on a Classic. I've running into an issue when plugging my FloppyEMU into the external port of the computer. When in floppy emulation mode, I am able to select a disk image but the moment the computer begins to access the image, my FloppyEMU will go into a power reset loop, it will get to the self test screen, power cycle and repeat. I've recapped the logic board and replaced the leaking caps on the analog board. Voltages have been adjusted and are holding steady with several tests. If I plug the FloppyEMU into the internal co
  2. Until now, I've been using 400K, 800K and HD20 Mode dsk images with my FloppyEMU without problem. Today, I tried to use a 1440K image without success. I extracted it from the Blanks here. When I boot off my SCSI HDD into System 7.1 on my SE/30, it can't read the 1440K disk and asks me to Initialize. True, I have my Turbo040 installed and the ROM-inator II (with patched ROM that allows booting with the Turbo040), but I just wanted to put out this message to see if any of you have issues when trying to mount 1440K dsk images on an SE/30 via FloppyEMU. Thanks.
  3. I have a fully recapped SE/30 with 128MB RAM, ROMinator II Mega (with stock software still on it), and I'm booting from a FloppyEMU in HD20 mode. Even though FloppyEMU is basically a floppy emulator that connects to Macs via the floppy port, "HD20 mode" allows me to create a disk image (in my case, just over 200MB) on the SD card of the FloppyEMU and boot from it, just as an Apple HD20 hard disk would boot (via the floppy port). Normally the SE/30 cannot boot from an HD20, but the ROMinator II fixes that problem and allows booting from the FloppyEMU in HD20 mode and even from a real HD20. C
  4. I have the previous model of the floppyemu. I absolutely love that thing except for the damn screen. It has given me trouble since day one where it goes blank after it has been running for a while or it is blank when it starts up . I have to fiddle with how the screen is seated or reset it a bunch of times before I get anything on the screen. I mentioned the screen problem to BMOW and that was Steve's suggestion for the problem. The screen is a known weakness with these things, and Steve has mentioned on the BMOW website that he is looking into a new screen. This problem has been getting wors
  5. Is there a guide somewhere on how to open all of these different game images? I'm talking about the images from macintoshgarden or myabandonware, etc. The 1.44mb img ones are easy, I just use WinImage. The ones that I am struggling with are the 800k and 400k .dsk files. If I open them in Windows with StuffIt 10 and then copy the contents to an hfs floppy with MacDisk, the .dsk files are either corrupted or made to be opened with some version of software that I don't have on my SE. Right now, I am trying to install this game to my SE HD: http://macintoshgarden.org/games/wizardry-vi-bane-of-
  6. As a solution to not being able to use my floppyemu in HD20 mode to transfer large files and whatnot from my modern PC to my SE/30, I picked up a bunch of PhoneNet AppleTalk adaptors and networked my SE/30, SE, and Classic II together. I connected the floppyemu to the SE, and it works great! Now I'm wondering, what else can I use my new network for besides moving files around? Any networked games worth checking out? Anything else?
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