I bought a Mac Classic (mainly for the keyboard and mouse, but it'd be nice to have it working). When it boots, nothing happens. On the SE, I get a "welcome" screen and a Happy Mac, but the Classic does nothing at all. If I press one of the buttons on the side (I've since found out it's the "interrupt" button?) I get a Sad Mac with codes of all zeros, one ending in F and the other ending in D. According the the internets, the F is "reserved for Mac compatability" or that an exception occured. D means it cannot access the SCC chip. Is this Classic salvagable, or should I make use of it for something else (I'm thinking Mac Mini all-in-one, or making it into a small TV)? It's apparently not been turned on for a very long time, so could that have something to do with it?