We take a step back down memory lane at the beginning of my time working on my first Hackintosh, the ASRock 775Dual-915GL. Powered by a beefy Celeron single core CPU, it blasted through all G4 and G5 technology of the … Read more
Here’s an overview of all the different modifications that have been done to my Apple LC 475. Now I just need to load it full of games and we’ll be away. Go team AppleTalk!… Read more
Here’s the process of removing and installing the tantalum capacitors. They sure are a pretty good fit. I’ve used case size D instead of case size C. Size C will work just as good, however, the higher you derate the … Read more
This is on the old Apple Macintosh LC 475 running Mac OS 7.6.1. Works pretty well given the age of the thing, on par with a 486 DX2 66MHz. Even the versions of Netscape are pretty much the same as … Read more
Determining which resistor to use from a selection of four or so resistors from previous projects that I have either shelved or long forgotten.
And here is the promised second part with the installation and soldering of the resistor to … Read more
A friend loaned me some 4GB MicroDrives to try with the LC 475… It hasn’t worked to well so far… If I had a USB reader of sorts I might have made progress. I’ll have to track one down and … Read more
The first video up is the mod itself, soldering the correct resistors around.
Benchmarks, everyone loves a good way to compare systems before and after overclocking. Here’s what to do to get your LC 475 up from a measly 25MHz … Read more