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  1. 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.
  2. Hello everyone! I introduce myself, my name is Rodrigo. I live in Argentina, so I apologize if my English is bad. First, I apologize for asking for help without having helped before. I've been reading this forum since 2017, but I've only just had time to get back to work on the Mac during quarantine. In 2017 I had the joy of finding a forgotten Macintosh Plus (Apple is not very common in my country) in an old warehouse. He had suffered a lot, he had the rear battery door with the battery burst and a lot of dirt. When turned on, the dreaded SadMac appeared with a co
  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 just recapped my Macintosh IICX because it was having the common issue where the computer won't turn on and the power supply just clicks over and over again. Also, the sound wasn't working. After recapping the computer, the machine turns on just fine, but there is no chime and nothing is displayed on the screen. Do you think that I messed something up while recapping it or is there some other explanation to this problem? By the way, it worked fine before I did the recap on the rare occasion that it would actually power on without clicking repeatedly.
  5. I recently picked up a PowerBook 180c that boots up and seems to work perfectly, with the exception of the floppy drive. It will read the floppies just fine, but the Finder always shows the disk locked icon, regardless of whether the disk is write-protected or not. I took the floppy drive out of the computer and the mechanism appears to be bent in such a way that the left side of the floppy is higher than the right side when it is seated in the drive, which seems to be preventing the write protect micro switch from triggering. I confirmed this by pressing on the left side of the disk when it w
  6. Hi ! I found a mac SE/30 some 5-10 years ago, and I switched it on. I still remember the horrible sound the hard drive made. Yesterday, decided to fix it, so I opened it: I have a bunch of mac stuff of the same period sitting here, so I found an external scsi disk of the ~same capacity; Can this be swapped in directly ? I removed the lithium battery. I tried to boot the mac from a floppy disk; after cleaning it and trying making multiple images of multiple systems on multiple floppies (with dd on osx, and with winimage on windows, and testing if I can read the content
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