I have been unable to fix the booting issue with the floppy. When the floppy ROM is loaded, ProDOS refuses to boot. Without the ROM, ProDOS happily boots from the LPC ROM all the way into the BASIC Interpreter. From there I am able to copy files from the ROM drive to the /RAM drive in the second 64K memory bank. The 80 column text screen works perfectly also.

Rare Console Messages

One user I look after has an enormous number of this line item in the console:

"error evaluating Type 4 function: typecheck."

We use Adobe Creative Suite 2. A quick search via Yahoo found 2 other people posted this error but no answers as to why it happens. Best lead is currently at:

Power Mac G4 $100, 16 inch Apple monitor for sale, $100 or best offer

>keyboard: laser tracking.
>MODEL: G4 PowerMac
>OPTIONS: AGP graphic card, ethernet.
>RAM: 896MB
>SOFTWARE: OS 10.3.7, keyborad. laser mouse
>PRICE: $100 or best offer plus shipping. You can pick up if live nearby.

>DISPLAY: 16 Inch Apple monitor
$100 or best offer plus shipping. You can pick up if live nearby

Success at last

A lot of crying

Again crying / testing about the same.


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It's all over excpt the crying

Crying .... Testing

Getting closer

It is alive

Well...mostly. Yesterday it looked like it was trying to boot. I was getting a ] at the bottom of the screen when I hit the RESET button. But the screen would not clear and the keyboard was not working. I should have cycled power and I would have gotten the screen to clear. Something about cold booting and warm booting. Today I fixed the keyboard, except for the space bar.


I've got a backlog of projects, including:

1) Get my QRAM 1M Apple //e card tested and installed

2) build out my replica 1 Kit

3) Get 6 Apple 2s hooked together for some Music
synthesis, I've got 2 MIDI cards kits, but need
some 6850 and other chips.

I've got one Mountain Computer Music System (with light pen!)
Also have 2 Novation Apple-Cat cards now (8-bit D/A for more

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