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rockdoc2010

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About rockdoc2010

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    Chopper Commander
  • Birthday 04/30/1966

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    working swings,
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    Male
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    Canonsburg PA
  • Interests
    Building a multipurpose atari 8 bit laptop.. ask me about it.. 13.3" lcd screen and a switch turns it into a DVD player OMG.. where is the bluray HD???
  • Currently Playing
    insane stuff.. Assassins Creed Rogue, Splinter Cell
  • Playing Next
    something that i can play on PS3 UNTIL I BUILD MY GIRL ROBOT..

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  1. well i have an APE and it works 90% I can use it to load images to the computer I can also use to load disk to the computer I cannot use it to to cut ATR . I cannot usu it to check drive status I am told that i have no com port connection. I have tried all comm ports help
  2. okay so now i can install, but i missed the plug intsallaion
  3. I am interested in one. PM me the info. Thanks Douglas
  4. As it turns out when i opened up my happy drive J6 was in fact off of its plug my one pin. I am unaware as to what J6 does due to a loss of all my tech data. The plug was towards the front of the drive by one pin.
  5. That's great thanks.. The square pad is the deal. The socket was inserted 180 out. SRAM on the way
  6. Hey do you know if this is the proper orientation for the HART chip? The socket is reversed but the square pin is under pin one as this photo expresses.
  7. Thank you very much I am currently clearing the holes of solder for a socket for the one 8k chip which will be replaced. Kinda wondering why the power up sequence don't work if you have a bad ram chip? Wouldda thought a controller chip..
  8. Beuler..Beuler? Anyone have the chips?
  9. WHAT is wrong with this picture? Turns out i didn't notice the fact the pins had no holes. Two 18 pin gold machine pin sockets were bad. My repair is to suck as much solder out as you can with a hot soldered wet wick, then cut the plastic away so that you can get to the pins.. Then a hand drill and the correct bit to clear the via's of solder.. drill from the solder side to clear the holes to ensure you don't destroy a pad. This board has great via's and you can do it! Douglas
  10. Well that is what dead A8 computers are for!
  11. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Pair-Of-Atari-SIO-Cable-Plugs/173981990336?hash=item2882227dc0:g:wp4AAOSw2x1dQNii
  12. they look great! as for machinations go but just the plugs
  13. check your daily they are on ebay... very machinated... but no sockets yet
  14. well somebody just made printed plugs and the pins are also available.
  15. I have two 12 button controllers, it appears as though they were for the 2600 or the 5200. they terminate in a joystick controller plug,, they are for sale! 30$ for the pair you pay shipping Douglas
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