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  1. Small update... SynAssembler SynAssembler_Synapse_Software_1982.zip
  2. Here is a picture of the PCB backside. I bought the Supersalt from Curt Vendel. I had already suspected that it was a prototype. For comparison, tfhh (jürgen) has posted his pictures of his Supersalt FC 100334 in the Abbuc forum. The circuit diagram comes from the Supersalt manual that I found on the Internet. The error display also makes sense. If the Atari no longer outputs an image, the error code in the display can help.
  3. Hello everybody, I'm looking for the circuit diagram for the Supersalt Display BD TE-200070. It is part of the CPS Super Salt Diagnostic Test Assy (FA100332). Do you have this display? if there is no circuit diagram, photos could help. The circuit board of the Error Display Interface is connected via the contact pins J9.
  4. Thank you DjayBee for the translation. I used the 74LS07 in the Sdrive Max 3 years ago. The SIO interface was blocked. The 74LS07 ensures a clean bus termination. I checked the level adjustment with the oscilloscope. Here is the link with the pictures . https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=de&tl=en&u=http://www.abbuc.de/community/forum/viewtopic.php?f%3D15%26t%3D9451%26start%3D100
  5. Here are some pictures of a 1088XEL with a different housing. Both joystick ports are on the front, a SIO2SD with a small display is integrated. The cartridge port of the 800XL has the plastic base and is finished with a 3D printout at the top. Internally installed Sophia1, midi interface from HardwareDoc (Christoph) with DreamBlaster S2. I love the Atari jingle, but if you hear the notes every time you restart, you will eventually get annoyed by it. Hi Montezuma https://www.amazon.de/Chieftec-IX-01B-OP-Compact-Mini-Tower-PC-Gehäuse/dp/B00B5QY4SW/ref=sxts_sxwds-bia-wc-drs1_0?cv_ct_cx=Chieftec+IX-01B-OP&dchild=1&keywords=Chieftec+IX-01B-OP&pd_rd_i=B00B5QY4SW&pd_rd_r=4fac01b8-cd77-475e-b0dd-8b16af6268af&pd_rd_w=HYq4R&pd_rd_wg=QSLED&pf_rd_p=10e68c58-2c30-45f0-9479-867ac48fc4e5&pf_rd_r=FYM2VESP9276RT7YNDAG&psc=1&qid=1608325593&sr=1-1-69f2aa40-4718-4485-ba0d-6c4119696677
  6. Another perspective would be, how do you get the software onto the cartridge? Atarimax, SIC!, Switchable XEGS and Megacart offer software for this. As far as I know, Atarimax, SIC! and Switchable XEGS http://raster.infos.cz/atari/hw/ramcart/ramcart.htm only under Windows, Megacart runs under Windows, Linux and Apple (JAVA required). The software is available here ... http://www.abbuc.de/~bernd/4mb-flash-megacart/index.html I invite everyone to a test ...
  7. Thanks go to kbr, the new software comes from him.
  8. Sorry, wrong information! "Touchlines are now auto detected! In the previous version, you had to calibrate the screen after switching on for the first time, the crosses appeared. This has been dropped." You can read the information in the readme file. What do you need? - an arduino UNO with atmega328p - an Elegoo 2,8" TFT-Touchscreen Shield or similar with ILI9341 compatible controller using 8bit parallel mode(i think, that one from the adafruit project is the same). Touchlines must be wired as followed: Update! Touchlines are now auto detected! X+ <-> 8 X- <-> A2 Y+ <-> A3 Y- <-> 9 Please pay attention to the order when flashing. FIRST eeprom_writer.hex then SDrive.hex. If you don't do it, you have to flash the Atmega again externally via a write interface. However, this requires the original data from the board. Has already happened to a friend!
  9. There is new software for the Sdrive Max. The information about it. - touchscreen auto detection added - usage without display - fixed buffer overflow on tape blocks > 256 bytes - support reading baud from CAS file - added support for ILI9325 displays without scroll feature(willy) - added support for RM68090 display(vladkvladk) - added ATX support for ED images - support DD and QD image creation on "New" button - fixed bug format image on insert after "New" button cleared - added a button ">>>", to quickly change current drive to next image in directory - added ATX motor start delay for more compatiblity - honor read only flag of image file Here is the software https://github.com/kbr-net/sdrive-max/releases/tag/V1.2
  10. Hi all, the types of cartridge images are registered in the Atari800 emulator. Now the problem. For the Atarimax 1 MB Flash cartridge there is an ID 42 for two versions. If you convert a ROM file to a CAR file, there is only one type 42. Its start page is 127. The new Atarimax 1MB Flash has its start page at "0". Converted ROM files with page 0 as start page do not work with type "42". Is there a way to integrate a new cartridge type? The last entry in the list is 70. Could you create a new entry "Atarimax 1MB Flash cartridge" new version page 0 ID 71? The reason for this are the new SD cartridges that only run with a correct CAR file. https://atariage.com/forums/topic/241615-easy-rom-to-car-utility/?do=findComment&comment=3299960 https://github.com/atari800/atari800/blob/master/DOC/cart.txt Flash
  11. There is a new update, "automatic touchscreen detection V2"
  12. The problem is with Firefox. It always loaded the file from the cache. Thanks for your help.
  13. I just loaded the update. When the game is started, V1.3 and not V1.5 is displayed.
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