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  1. hi! Long time lurker, first time poster. I've recently resurrected a Mac SE FDHD, which I bought on Craigslist for a mere $30. What's been done so far: 1) recap motherboard 2) recap analog board 3) recap PSU 4) added SCSI2SD 5) replaced 2.5MB RAM SIMMS with 4MB RAM 6) replaced solder on Yoke connector on analog board 7) retrobrighted case The machine works and boots really fast. However, I've noticed that there are now intermittent horizontal lines seem to appear and disappear. It's almost as if the screen is having tiny
  2. I'm new to this forum, if I do anything outside the rules let me know and I will correct my postings as appropriate. I recently acquired an SE/30 with 8mb ram and 80mb hard drive. It is in decent physical condition, and even included an ethernet networking card. ]'> Gentleman shipped it to me, I unpacked it, plugged it in, and used it for 5 minutes. It ran great and the display was bright and sharp. Audio was fairly quiet but working (its max was about the same as my SE FDHD's mid level I suppose) I then proceed to open up the case to put in a new battery. Luckily the origin
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