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  1. I've seen a nuon once at a goodwill. I almost didn't notice it at all.
  2. All those computers in the listing use the same Atari joystick standard. It should work. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_joystick_port
  3. Maybe look for a different keyboard? The apple 1 never came with a keyboard anyways.
  4. Hi, I'm, looking for an Atari Portfolio in whatever condition, can be working or non-working, as long as the LCD screen is OK. Thanks,
  5. This place sells 50 non-working disks for 10 dollars. http://www.floppydisk.com/promo-disks
  6. Well, I contacted best electronics and they want $125 for a replacement LCD screen... Maybe I'll just keep my eyes peeled for a broken portfolio or something.
  7. Well, we will see. They dont pop up on ebay very often and the ones that do pop up are often over priced. I've just emailed best electronics to see if he has any stock.
  8. Hi, I have an Atari Portfolio that was an LCD discoloration and the bottom left hand quadrant of the screen is not visible. Is there some where I can get an LCD replacement?
  9. I own a Timex Sinclair 1000 (NTSC version of the ZX81) and it displays no video... from what I've researched, the ULA chip is to blame for this. Are their replacements out there or are there substitutes?
  10. What do you mean by "terminated"?
  11. I have an Amiga 2500, and I want to be able to put perhaps a zip disk or a cd rom drive into it but its occupied with a HDD already. I have a A2091 SCSI controller and I'm not very familiar with SCSI. The SCSI ribbon cable doesn't have multiple connectors on it like a floppy or IDE ribbon cable has on it. Does this only support one device or do I need to purchase a SCSI ribbon cable with multiple connectors on it?
  12. I'm selling a 25 Canadian dollar iTunes card that I got as a gift that I don't need because I don't use iTunes. The store doesn't accept returns on these so I'm selling it here. I can part with it for 23 20 Canadian Dollars. Paypal gift or you're paying the fees. This will only work on the Canadian iTunes store. But I will keep it open to world wide (useful if you want to buy an app that isn't available in your country). I will send the code through PM but if you'd like, I can ship the card itself for around 2 dollars, depending on where you live. Thanks,
  13. Is the chat gone forever? :,(

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    2. CPUWIZ

      CPUWIZ

      LOL, that would be an incoherent mess.

    3. GoldLeader

      GoldLeader

      I hope it's not gone forever, I really dug it from time to time...

    4. zetastrike

      zetastrike

      Aw, I've been using the chat room every sunday night. I enjoyed it. Please bring it back if you can.

  14. I know that the ST was used a lot in the music industry and some people say that it's still being used today. But has anyone really seen one in action at a studio these days?
  15. Well I meant more so on the software side of things.
  16. How do I install a CDROM drive? I have Workbench 1.3 btw.
  17. Is there any good way for me to transfer data to and from the Amiga? It doesn't have IDE so a CF card is a no go. I've done a little research and I've come up with either a null modem transfer, a SCSI CDrom drive or a ZIP drive. The null modem seems to be the easiest although I don't know how fast it is compared to CDrom or the ZIP drive. The ZIP drive seems to be the best option (because of re writable disks) but I don't know if the Amiga supports the zip drive through the SCSI. Any ideas?
  18. Was looking at the software we have on our computers at school. Apparently AppleWorks 6 is still on our computers :D

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    2. jd_1138

      jd_1138

      Now it's been supplanted by iWork.

    3. Emehr

      Emehr

      I made a lot of pixel art and interfaces with ClarisWorks 3.0. Good times. I think it turned into AppleWorks at version 6.

    4. BillyHW

      BillyHW

      Appleworks is available for Windows?

  19. If you have used a soldering iron before, you can replace the internal battery yourself. Luckily, all you need to open a dreamcast is a Phillips head screw driver.
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