Re: Parallel Card problems

From: Philip Lord <lord_philip_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Thu, 25 May 2006 22:55:28 +0900

I have some contact cleaner and I'll give it a go...Thanks

On May 25, 2006, at 10:43 PM, Guido Deiana wrote:

> Hi,
> it's happen on a couple of Lisa. The problem is normally got due a
> not perfect contact or for the oxidation of some pins of the Zif
> socket.
> Some of the lines used by the Parallel card are different from these
> used by the SCSI card: this is why sometimes happen that the SCSI
> board works on a slot and a Parallel bord not on the same slot.
> I've solved using or a good contact cleaner or an oxidant remover
> as "Sidol".
> Ciao,
> Guido Deiana
> Padova, Italy
> At 15.18 25/05/2006, you wrote:
>> I have just acquired an Apple 2 port Parallel card so that I can hook
>> up my X/Profile and my newly built IDEfile. The problem is that the
>> card only works in slot 2.
>> Slot 1 produces error 10738 when trying to boot from either the
>> X/Profile or IDEfile. The card is not even recognized in slot 3.
>> Slot 2
>> seems to work perfect however. The problem is I need slot 2 for my
>> card and drive, otherwise it won't fit.
>> Anybody had a similar problem?
>> Thanks
>> Phil
> >

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