Re: Using a Lisa 2/10 I/O board in a Lisa 2/5 - resolved

From: SeanF <sean.fraz_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 08:16:02 -0700 (PDT)


Thanks for all the work on this (John too). I now have a working Lisa 2/5 with a 2/10 I/O board. Now i can focus on getting the hard drive working.

On May 10, 9:40 pm, James MacPhail <g..._at_email.domain.hidden> wrote:
> This issue has come up a few times recently...
> "How can one successfully use a Lisa 2/10 I/O board in a Lisa 2/5?"
> Instructions for doing this are now included in the LisaFAQ:
>    <>
> Thanks are due to John Woodall for his assistance in developing and
> testing the modifications to the Lite Adapter.
> The modifications are nearly as simple as they get, but if you
> prefer, you can purchase a pre-modified Lite Adapter from John
> through I believe he also has some 2/10 I/O boards.
> For those of you wondering why you would need to do this, note that
> the very old NiCd rechargeable batteries on the 2/5 I/O board leak
> and will have corroded the circuitry (make sure you REMOVE YOUR
> BATTERIES if you have a 2/5!). If the damage is excessive it can be
> difficult to repair, hence the desire to use a replacement I/O board.
> Special thanks to Ray Arachelian for adding the info to, and hosting,
> the LisaFAQ.
> James
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