32-bit clean SE30 ROMs (was Re: Chips that changed the world)

David Griffith dgriffi at cs.csubak.edu
Tue May 5 18:24:26 CDT 2009


On Tue, 5 May 2009, Cameron Kaiser wrote:

>> So speaking of the SE30, I've got one but not a 32-bit clean ROM for it.
>> What model Mac do I need to borrow a ROM from to make it 32-bit clean?
>
> A IIsi should do, but good luck finding one with a ROM SIMM. Use MODE32 and
> be happy. It should be downloadable from all kinds of places.
>
> http://lowendmac.com/daystar/pages/dsd_products/support/ts_mode32.html

While we're on the subject of diddling around with old Mac one-piece 
machines, would someone please tell me where I can get some replacement 
chassis screws?

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David Griffith
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