I have a Mac II that I've been dabbling with for a few weeks. Initially, it was completely dead. I soldered in a pair of replacement PRAM batteries(my logic board has the soldered batteries, and I was able to find the correct 1/2AAs with leads on Ebay) and got the computer to chime. My problem is that now I don't see to get much past there. I have a known good 13" Trinitron Multi-Scan that I've used with multiple computers(and plugged into my LC last night just to double check while I was tinkering with this). I've also tried a variety of video cards. All have been Mac II or Apple High Resolution video cards, but all tested good in the IIci that sits next to the II. I've also shuffled them around and tried half of the slots(admittedly not all of them) to see if I just had a bad/oxidized slot. I seem to get no disk activity, although admittedly the HDD is nearly new(it's a 2.5" 80 pin that works fine in other computers) and not that loud. I also get no signs of life from the floppy drive-when I boot with a disk in the drive, it doesn't spin or do anything else-I have to manually eject it. Any thoughts on where I could/should check next? I should also add that there are no signs of damage from leaking capacitors.