crap. I've run into a dilemma. My power button board arrived but it doesn't have the fuse on the back of it!! The plastic holder for it is missing as well.
I used my other Sawtooth's power button board and the B&W G4 booted up but the start up chime stuttered and it still does it everytime I turn it on. ?:-(
So a few questions come to mind. Can I just bypass the fuse and just solder a straight wire or should I just get my money back?
What's up with the stuttering chime? Does it need more power? The PSU puts out 200 Watts max. While the Sawtooth puts out 208 max. Does it really need that 8 extra watts? It runs fine after the boot, I'm just concerened, it sounds like it's sick.
Loc: Vancouver, BC Canada
Originally Posted By: "Bobdude161 "
I have a 350 Mhz B&W G3 fully operational, and a 450 Mhz G4 processor. All I need now is a Sawtooth motherboard, right?. I know there is probably a ton of of info about this, but the search on this forum is kinda shoddy (like oh so many other forums).
Could someone probably give a few quick links? I'd hate for yall to repeat yourselves.
I am not speaking against you at all here.. just making an observation
you are asking about stuff I found lots of info on in a simple 2-3 sec google search and then you insult the search of our beloved macmod.
seems you just want others to do a google search for you.
anyway, good luck in your quest
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