- May 30, 2016
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- Classic Mac
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You guys are awesome, great work!
Thanks dude. I have heard that a few US schools STILL have rooms full of the eMac as a dead weight. It will be a interesting "Science Project" to hack this lovely machine for being used again (But don't think that will happen: Imagine the teacher saying "Oh, and don't touch the CRT: You will be electroshocked until carbonization")You guys are awesome, great work!
I love what you've done here Rocky and have begun to also do something similar (Albeit with a Dreamcast). I have run into a little issue though and was hoping you'd be able to help.Thanks,
just having fun!
Rockyill, after a few months i have time in my hands for this project.I think with a little work everything can be done with one arduino using the same i2c lines. I'll have to sit down and merge the
master and slave code so that the CRT is turned on and then the edid info is provided all in the same sketch.
I'll let you know when I get it working.
Hey man, just wondering, did you make any progress integrating the EDID spoof code into the lvad board initialisation code, so that only one arduino is needed instead of two?Thanks,
just having fun!
That is awesome! I am doing an eMac mod with a 17" LCD panel (cut the bezel so I can see the entire screen), a 350W ATX power supply, an optical drive, and soon a mini ITX board (Intel i5-2400s) and macOS High Sierra. I may put my 1050Ti in there, but I am not sure yet. The inside does look cheap as heck (used Duct tape to hold in some parts, especially the LCD) but it does work without any issues. So far I have wired up the fan to the PSU (it may run too slow when plugged in to a 3-pin port from my experience on low-power boards) and I have painted the case to look sorta like a ruby iMac DV.My hackintosh before putting the white cover:
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