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  1. Yeah there's been a few on craigslist. There's one right now I was going to pick up. I already have one identical to it though.
  2. Wow. He is good. Here's what I got from him: Sorry to hear about the dead 128’s. Unfortunately I am not very good having not really turned on a 128 in a couple of dozen years, HOWEVER, some of the guys in the forum fix these on a regular basis. Please post there and if no-one gets you what you need let me know.
  3. I haven't played it yet. Need to set up my old hardware but just don't have the space right now.
  4. Here it is. Actually paid $1.50. Already forgotten that it even has a poster with it too. Pretty good size. This one designed for Windows 95 running on a 486 66mhz.
  5. No this is not Burger King. No you cannot have it your way, right away.

    1. fdurso224


      I'll go to Dairy Queen in the meanwhile!

    2. retrorussell


      I saw a sign at a bar/grill that said "This is not Burger King. You get it our way or you don't get the son of a bitch."

  6. I just realised I have this game for pc mint in box. Picked it up awhile back at a thrift store for $1.
  7. Has to be a chip. I even connected to a tv set using rf and an atari 2600 switch box. Same deal. Thanks for the link.
  8. I'll Check all socket chips next time I go in them. Are they still available?
  9. Thanks guys. Trying to get the 128s working is like pulling teeth tho. I've tried everything, different monitors, tvs, different cables, using rf, blind booting, 40/80 key switching, c64 mode when powering on, removing SID chip, reseting all socket chips. Dead. All I get is the red led, a pop in the sound when first turned on, vertical faint lines about 1/4 apart on screen, and a ringing sound. Ringing goes away after a couple seconds on two of them but the third one continously rings. Not loud but enough to hear it.
  10. Nothing in either mode. What needs replacing and is it socket?
  11. All three seem to have the same problem. I've used different monitors, cables. I have 4 128 power supplies and a 64 power supply. 2 1571 drives. When connected, the drives respond to the power up of the 128s. Nothing is displayed though.
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