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    USA
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    Vic-20, C128, Atari 2600, 7800, 400, 800XL, ZX Spectrum, SMS, Genesis, Saturn, NES, SNES, GBA, DS, Colecovision, Intellivision, Lynx, Tabletops, Tiger, PSOne, PS2, PS3, DOS/PC, Homebrews, Hacking, Heavy Metal, Horror/Fantasy/Sci-Fi movies, Fishing, Kayaking, Camping, Swimming...
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    Recently Finished: Uncharted 3 (PS3 in 3D, was awesome!)
    Currently Playing: Old Stuff :)
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    I never really know. I go with the flow...
  1. I think it probably depends on how well the old glue is sticking. I've removed a few and some almost just fall off, while I had one that was a bit more sturdy and the disc bent slightly while removing it. IIRC it's sort of like a thin metallic coin and I was able to bend it back to shape quite easily and reapply it. I used a really small/thin screwdriver to pry mine out. Warming the disc with a hairdryer might soften the glue a bit, but wasn't necessary for mine. Hope that helps a bit
  2. Thanks for clearing this up for me. I ordered a couple of receivers and am gonna do the mod and play around with it a bit.
  3. @RevEngThanks for this mod tip. Do you know if these should be safe/work with Atari compatible DB9 systems such as Commodore 64/128, Atari 8-Bit & ZX Spectrum? Also do the two buttons work with 7800? Just curious if this mod will be safe to use on those systems or not. I have been wanting a general use DB9 wireless solution for a long time!
  4. I have had good luck using PlayZX available in the Android Play Store
  5. http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari-400-800-xl-xe-gemstone-warrior_2181.html
  6. Looks like a dust cover to me
  7. Subscribed! Sounds and looks awesome.
  8. This looks like it will be fun. Keep up the good work!
  9. Thank you! So awesome you're doing this. Looking forward to getting my A8 online.
  10. Ok, thank you. Maybe I can move forward a bit now. Appreciate it Thom.
  11. Ahh, so... 850 > CX88 > 25M/9F > Serial/USB > Pi(tcpser) Is this correct? I can't make out gender on the CX88 photos.
  12. I'm still trying to figure out how I'm going to get my A8 online. I left sort of an oddball question that I never got a reply on and haven't had time to delve further into it than that yet: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/196354-ataris-plato-cartridge-question/page-18?do=findComment&comment=4132119 I'm still working towards connecting, just not easy when I'm having to pick out little bits of info from tons of posts over the years. If I can figure it all out, I plan on writing an A8 guide. I have an 850 now, just trying to use a Pi for the bridge, instead of an Lantronix. Keep up the awesome work man.
  13. I'm curious. Would this method work with a Lotharek SIO2PC/USB instead of using a Serial-to-USB cable? Similar to this method, which describes how to use SIO2PC/USB for serial connection: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/249426-sio2pi-atari-as-a-terminal-for-a-raspberry-pi-visiting-bbs/?do=findComment&comment=3450741 Atari > 850 > SIO2PC/USB > Pi Or will it only work using the Port 1 on the 850? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  14. Your work is really refreshing and unique Digress and I think it's cool you take the time to listen to feedback. Says a lot about you. Still looking forward to this and it keeps getting better.
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