I have an Apple II GS, ROM 1, with the original motherboard and RAM. I've tried booting GS OS via Floppy EMU and System 6.0.1 via the Apple2Online Store floppy, and each time I get the error message "RAM disk too large or not enough memory. Error = $0201."
The computer used to boot using the original hard drive with System 6 (though I could be mistaken which OS was installed), so I would think there's enough RAM to boot using Floppy EMU or an actual boot floppy. I'm reluctant to use the original hard drive until I'm ready to back it up, since it is 40 years old at this point.
I've attached pictures of the current RAM in the computer. I don't know how much RAM this is, but I would assume it should be enough to run System 6.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this? My hunch is that the RAM no longer works and needs to be replaced, but I'm not sure how to test this, or what RAM to replace it with.
EDIT: I should note that I've succesfully run programs and games using Floppy EMU's floppy drive mode. So the computer in general and FEMU both appear to work.