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Sad Mac Face & error code 040090

This one got sent into me for repair. I'm getting a Sad Mc face and error code 040090. I don't remember what this code indicates. Anyone have an idea?

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Thanks to the link Old Turkey sent me the machine is now running with ram replaced then the caps replaced by the same guy after it failed.

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04XXXX = Memory test - Mod3 test Memory chip failure

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That would be ICs on the logic board itself. Do you know if they are removable? If so where would I find replacements?

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mayer, try this first while I keep trying to find out more. Sad Mac codes can also have a less serious causes such as:

A non-system disk in the default drive

A bad boot disk

An incompatible system file on the boot disk

No Finder on the boot disk

A sticky Programmer's switch

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The startup disk could be a possibility. Will dig in the file cabinet of hundreds of floppy disks to see if I can find an original.

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I get this code with no disk installed. Time for a tear down.

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Pulled board, unable to determine any visible damage to soldered in RAM chips. Any idea of where to get replacement chips?

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We could have similar problems and may be able to help one another in finding a solution. First, where are you (I'm in Australia)? Second, do you get the sad safe following the "dong", and before a disk is inserted? And third do you understand the other possibilities that Oldturkey03 suggested (nonsystem disk in the default drive etc). As far as I can tell none of these are relevant because the 04 prefix to our errors (mine is 048360) means a RAM chip on the logic board.

Looking forward to your reply.

Barry Richardson

brlund007@gmail.com

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I dropped in a 512k board. Machine booted just fine, so Disk is good. Ran initial RAM tests. All good! Ran extended tests for an hour and a half, burned out the power supply :-(

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Replace the RAM Chips..

I hope it works :)

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If you read the question, you'd know it worked.

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How would he know that? I just looked again and even after reading through a bunch of follow up questions I still don't know. Why not say 'yes or did not work' instead of giving people a nasty attitude. You had the help from others , too . SMH

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MY FIRST COMMENT WAS "

Thanks to the link Old Turkey sent me the machine is now running with ram replaced then the caps replaced by the same guy after it failed."

MacCaps.com

MACCAPS.COM 

22222 ROETHEL DRIVE

SUITE D

NOVI, MICHIGAN 48375

UNITED STATES

Charles Phillips

248 325 8812

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why do I keep getting told I've heped lots of people when I've done bugger-all?

Barry

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@rhodas007 That happens when you hang around in questions that @oldturkey03 and I are involved with ;-)

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Hi,

my beloved really early 128k comes up with a SadMac code 041004 and some fragments on the screen.

I did a quick video on this issue: https://youtu.be/Cql6E2PxGj0

Any advice would be great - if it's just the RAM (I fear so) where to get them?

Marcus (@marnoweb.de)

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Please read through the discourse on this page. MacCaps can handle this for you.

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THX, but I finally tried it with swapping the DRAMs - with success :D

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mayer sera éternellement reconnaissant.
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