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  1. Welcome back MrFish. Missed your inputs. Madi
  2. The game button behaves normal during play. No noticeable delay. Altirra 3.90 test 17 - under WIN 10 x64 Did not test other versions/tests. madi
  3. Back to normal 👍 .. Fixed Thanks
  4. The makers of 3d SIO plugs usually recommend this type of female pins madi
  5. The new relese "Altirra-3.90-test15" crashes just after loading. No response. No error message. Once loaded it stays on screen for few seconds. The mouse pointer changes to blue circle. Then it vanishes. Edit : Both of Altirra.exe and the 64 version act the same. System Win 10 1903 - x64. Reverted back to test 14. (working version) madi
  6. I am sure you have checked that the the video cable is connected to TV/monitor and tested with another device. Actually, it happened to me once 😀 Check monitor jack for broken traces. Use the generic RC connector with (Ch2 -3). Press START while turning the computer (cassette sound?) If there is no sign of life or even a blink after that, then it is a mystery to me since you had already tried the U1MB and UV boards. Good luck madi
  7. I guess, you have a point here. Still I recommend that you keep rx-dx leds. I like the alternating light better. Any how I tried to remap the routing of the wiring. I cant say that it is 100% correct. Let me take this moment to thank you for the time effort and money you put into such projects and your kind welling to share your designs and tutorials with Atari community members. madi
  8. I am having some difficulties tracing the pins of V5 board. It looks as if TX-RX led signals pins are switched out. This may be due to some mixed up in the routing. Can you clarify please? Thanks
  9. When you connect SIO to device and turn on the Computer, you should boot to SDrive menu on the monitor/TV screen. I think the power that is coming from pin 10 of the SIO is not enough to fully power the TFT screen of the SDrive. There are several causes for this, depending on how heavenly moded your computer is . As a summery, if you are using a stock computer the device screen should come on. But if you are using a moded 8 bit computer, it is likely that the power coming from the computer will not be enough. Best practice, is to use a 9-12v external power supply. madi
  10. Look here for a cracked version. Add the crack data to your copy. (Reveal hidden contents of the Full list of images) Try it. madi
  11. Madi

    Atari Eagle parts library

    I found the "eagle-6.5.0-atari.lbr" file. Find it as an attachment in case someone is looking for it. madi eagle-6.5.0-atari.lbr.zip
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    Atari Eagle parts library

    I appreciate it if you upload the Atari Eagle parts library. I hope you still have it. thank madi
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