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About Gavin1968

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  • Birthday 10/05/1968

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    Have you FujiNet'ed today?
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  • Location
    Fresno, CA
  • Interests
    8-Bit Atari, Apple II+/e, Vintage Arcade
  • Currently Playing
    Anything 8bit! Right now it's Sierra Online's Frogger!

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  1. Yes they are the 4164's on the left bank. Thanks for the info, I just wanted to make sure this was done correctly. Is there a way to test the extended memory amount to verify it is all there and working?
  2. Curious, why the resistor?
  3. Hello, I have a 130 that someone did this upgrade to, however the pin 1's of the base chips are not jumped as is shown, do I need to do this? Thanks, Gavin
  4. If they are like the ones I sell, they just pull apart. No screws. https://www.vintagecomputercenter.com/product/atari-8-bit-cartridge-shells
  5. I am having the same issue, were you able to get it working? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Gavin
  6. Thank you for the addition to the community. I would suggest you remove the www and/or change it to TNFS as www is the protocol name and it isn't a www protocol. Sorry, that is 25 years of Internet/Networking coming out of me. Like mine for example is tnfs.fujinet.systems Just a suggestion.
  7. No, I am asking the original poster of the question.
  8. Are you using it with a CRT? They don’t work with LCD, or so I have heard.
  9. No worries, I ship worldwide so your location does not change anything to me. But I understand the cost of shipping.
  10. I would be happy to help out. Best, Gavin
  11. He also joined us in June for our Old Computer Geeks Club meeting. Very informal Q&A and chat. https://youtu.be/xpU_Vu93zwU
  12. Here you are: https://www.vintagecomputercenter.com/product/atari-400-800-1200xl-1050-ac-adapter
  13. You are correct! I have built a couple by hand, and I am 52 with vision that isn't as good as it used to be. I use a pick and place when I build them now. Here is a video series of how they are built:
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