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Introduction

NeXT Computer was founded in October of 1985 when Steve Jobs was forced out of Apple by John Scully. He started NeXT as a high-end computer company targeted at the University/Scientist/Computing Industry. NeXT only ever released , the NeXTStation, and The NeXTCube, in different variations. NeXT computers were high-end workstation computers, and only a few thousand were ever sold. The NeXTStation featured a, though the Turbo NeXTStation featured a68040. There were color and non-color variations of the NeXTStation. The world's first web server was created by Tim Berners-Lee, at CERN on a NeXTCube. NeXT computers were used to make games like Doom, and Wolfenstein. This is my&W NeXTStation. Mac OS X Is based off of NeXTStep, the NeXT OS.

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  1. The NeXTStation, this is a great addition to any computer collection.
    • The NeXTStation, this is a great addition to any computer collection.

  2. Turn the NeXTStation around, and remove this screw:
    • Turn the NeXTStation around, and remove this screw:

    • Then, lift the top cover of the computer. This will reveal the guts.

    • The ports from left to right: SCSI2, Keyboard & Mouse, DSP Port, DB-19(MegaPixel Display), DB-9(Serial), RJ-45(Ethernet), Coaxial (10b2 Ethernet), Power

    • I find notes in everything!

    • Removing the hard drive:

    • The NeXTStation uses a 50-Pin SCSI Hard Drive up to 4GB.

    • Remove all of the cables from the logic board.

    • Then remove this screw.

    • Once the screw is removed, pivot the drive up on a 45 Degree angle, then slide it out.

    • The Hard Drive & Caddy

    • Removing the floppy disk drive:

    • The NeXTStation uses a non-standard 2.88MB 3.5" floppy drive, though it uses the standard floppy connector.

    • Remove the floppy cable.

    • Then, remove this screw.

    • Then, just like the hard drive, pivot the drive up 45 degrees, and pull it out.

    • Removing the fan:

    • Remove this connector.

    • Remove these screws.

    • Remove the fan.

    • Removing the logic board:

    • Remove the power supply connector. Just lift it straight up, and it should come free.

    • Remove this screw.

    • Lift the end of the logic board(away from the ports), and slide it away from the ports.

    • Now, set the board aside.

    • Power Supply:

    • Remove this screw.

    • Lift the power supply up, and out.

    • The Logic Board Overview:

    • The Board has a 25Mhz Motorola 68040 CPU, This board features a ton of chips for something made nearly 20 years ago.

    • The CPU: Motorola XC68040RC25

    • The Co-Procesor: MB610313

    • Motorola Chips

    • Intel Chips

    • AMD Chips (Intel and AMD In the same computer?)

    • Fujitsu Chips

    • Made in the USA, you don't see this anymore.

    • The Serial #

    • Looks like my NeXTStation came from WilTel.

    • It is model # N1100

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhfUKEu7s...

The Machine to Build the Machines:

Watch NeXT's revolutionary computer controlled (NeXT Cubes - no less) assembly line in action!

Juddy - Réponse

Citation de Juddy :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhfUKEu7s... The Machine to Build the Machines: Watch NeXT's revolutionary computer controlled (NeXT Cubes - no less) assembly line in action!

Amazing!

Chris Green - Réponse

MB610313 - ICP (Integrated Channel Processor). Basically DMA on steroids for almost all of the main sub components of the system. I believe that the cube, or at least the 25Mhz 030/040 cubes, had two of these.

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