Remove the CMOS battery now, before replacing the battery later.
by Apple, 1989
Done. Well, actually I just found out that the battery has already been removed.
Setup the RC4500 wristwatch with the SE/30 in order to set the time "right".
I need to replace the CMOS battery inside the SE/30, before it blows up and ruins the machine.
I'd love the SE/30 to be able to connect to my local network. For this, an Asanté appletalk-to-ethernet device is awaiting to be used.
Old electronic devices with surface mount electrolytic capacitors are often affected by capacitor leakage. I need to replace those on the SE/30 before they leak.
Write down why the SE/30 has any significance in the history of information machines. Write the text using the machine itself.
I need to remove the CMOS battery inside the T100, before it blows up and ruins the machine.
The Macintosh SE/30 needs a way to get new OS and software. For this purpose, install and setup a floppy drive emulation, connected via SCSI.
An external Apple 800k floppy disk drive does not work. Find the problem and fix it.
Before exchanging any hard drive, I need to backup what's on the original SCSI hard drive. There's a couple of old utilities that will be handy in future.
The SE/30's hard drive runs so noisily that I expect it to break soon. Let's exchange it with BlueSCSI and install the OS.
One of the main purposes of this machine is to serve for studying Hypercard. Hence, let's get it running on the new hard disk drive.