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Disassembling Macintosh IIsi Logic Board

  • Autore: Chris Green
  • Stima il tempo: 15 - 35 minuti
  • Difficoltà: Difficile

Like all of the other components of the Macintosh IIsi, the logic board requires no tools to remove.

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Passo 1 Logic Board  ¶ 

The logic board is designed in a way, where it can be slid forward, then lifted out. To remove the board, push these two tabs outward, and begin to slide the logic board away from the back (Port Side) of the computer. Once the logic board clears the ports it can be lifted out.

Passo 1 Logic Board  ¶ 

  • The logic board is designed in a way, where it can be slid forward, then lifted out.

  • To remove the board, push these two tabs outward, and begin to slide the logic board away from the back (Port Side) of the computer.

  • Once the logic board clears the ports it can be lifted out.

Passo 2  ¶ 

The Processor:  20Mhz Motorola 68030 model # MC68030RC20B

Passo 2  ¶ 

  • The Processor: 20Mhz Motorola 68030 model # MC68030RC20B

  • The Onboard RAM: 1MB Soldered the the logic board.

  • RAM Slots: 4 30-Pin DIMMs installed in pairs.

  • ROM SIMM Slot: If your computer doesn't have one if these (and it works) , it doesn't need one. If it has one, it needs it in order to boot.

  • PDS Slot: For Attaching a riser card containing a math co-processor. A PDS card can then be plugged into the riser card. PDS - Processor Direct Slot

  • Power Supply Connector: for direct connection to the power supply.

  • "VSLI" chip: This machine's equivalent of a "Northbridge" It manages RAM, PDS, and the external ports.