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  1. I do have those volumes as .DCM files as well as all the Antic magazine (as PDF) and software disks. I'll try to make them into .ATR files and post them.
  2. Thanks for all the responses. I just wanted to check the forums before I went and created something redundant. I have checked all the regular sources such as archive.org, and found most of the full magazine scans in PDF form, which is a good start. So I will post and publish the files of magazine covers as a collection here and on other forums when it's ready. - Many thanks
  3. Hello All, Does anyone know of a hi-res collection of vintage computer magazine covers? I wanted to check here before I started searching and scanning on my own. I going to make a screensaver (as well as desktop wallpaper collection) for Mac & PC's. My particular favorite magazine from my early days are the COMPUTE! for Atari magazines. Thanks
  4. Hello All, Does anyone know of a hi-res collection of vintage computer magazine covers? I wanted to check here before I started searching and scanning on my own. I going to make a screensaver (as well as desktop wallpaper collection) for Mac & PC's. My particular favorite magazine from my early days are the COMPUTE! for Atari magazines. Thanks
  5. I have started converting many old program to FastBasic 4, and yes it's really in code execution but one thing baffles me. Why does it not support 2 dimensional numeric arrays? This just doesn't make any sense! This is a HUGE issue and so many programers use and need multi-dimensional arrays to coding. Having to multiply out indexes to find a position within a single dimension array is a PITA. There's always going to be a problem accessing a value or reading during debugging. Trying to get away from the HORRIFIC problem on strings Atari's original Basic and now I'm right back where I started. Quickly leaning towards Pascal, Action! or C at this point!!!!
  6. ParanoidLittleMan - Of course that all makes sense. Big Thanks for your help!! I just wish there was some kind of diagnostic tool/method to use since this is such a beautiful machine. Thanks again
  7. I assume you mean the PSU in the computer and not the monitor, right? I also tried using the television/rca output to a old TV and also go nothing. I checked the power supply and only one capacity had a swollen top, even though it still powered on. Should I only replace that capacitor or the whole power supply? thanks
  8. I just acquired an Atari STFM with a SM124 and SC124 monitor. When starting it up for the first time, the monitor does power on as well as the computer, it accesses the floppy drive, but the video output is not working. See attached photo and video. The SM124 monitor has the white line but the SC124 has no video at all. Not sure if it's a monitor problem or an internal video card problem. Any ideas? thanks AtariSM124monitor_problem.mpg
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