I'm trying to revive a TT030/8 that's been sitting in disarray and in
peices in a closet for some years.
Problem #1. led, speaker, and battery leads removed. Unfortunately,
there aren't clear indications on the mobo as to what goes where.
Problem #2 Missing screws. Does anyone know off hand what size case
screws are required to secure the mobo?
Problem #3 That damn sheilding. I've got a TT030/8 with a 32mhz
processor and TOS 3.00. It's got that gray metal sheilding in side.
Part of the reason the computer sat idle for many years was that
immediately after dis-assembly, I couldn't see how to get the sheilding
back together w/o it leading to shorts n' such. I found out from the guy
at ATY computers that could just rip it all out.
But that said, where is a good place for the speaker to go. Hmmm. will
probably depend on where the speaker lead ultimately goes to.
Problem #4, Clock battery. Off hand, where is the best source?
BTW, the computer boots up and seems to run apps just fine. It looks
like once I get a new SCSI HD in it that it will make a killer addition
to my midi rig.
Funny. I don't think I would have gotten the urge to mess with this
stuff unless I hadn't started playing around with that STeem emulator on