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  1.  Up to 256MB for TOS < 1.04  Up to 512MB for TOS ≥ 1.04  Up to 2GB for TOS ≥ 4.x (Falcon) EDIT: Source
  2. But it is a substitute for Pokey at the moment? The pinout for C012294 and YM2149 are not the same. Not even VCC is the same. So I don't see how you would use it at the moment in an Atari ST. YM2149 is relative cheap so far but that maybe is beside the point? But PokeyMax was made because Pokey is so hard to find nowadays and/or expensive?
  3. ScummVM need some powerful machine. Like Falcon with CT60e. ScummVM Lite only has four games working since each game has it own *.prg and all graphics is converted for 16 colors and very optimized. Many things are also stripped from ScummVM since it is not needed for these four games. And I think Agranlund choose these four specifically for a reason. Some of these four games works relative fine on a normal 8 MHz machine. You also need the files from PC talkie version. Some version has converted sound to *.OGG, packed data and will not work. Some version only have music.
  4. After some googeling around this came up: https://www.mobygames.com/game/warlock-the-avenger Firebird only publish it. It was developed by Electralyte Software. Conversion of druid can apperently be found on this disk: http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari-st-warlock-the-avenger_10811.html
  5. ANSITERM used 320x200 and a 4x8 font to achieve 80 columns and 16 colors. https://sites.google.com/site/stnonessential/communications
  6. The computer will start without it. It is pulled high (+5V) normally without the reset button according to schematics. Then short pin 2 and 3 to reset the computer. Should be the middle pin (common) and the right pin (towards all the resistors). There is also two offset pins but that is just for stability. Or just solder a wire to the middle hole and short that wire to ground when you want to do a reset. Like the outer rim/ground plane that the shielding connects to.
  7. Hmm, is it becouse you are in UK maybe? Otherwise I thought Lotharek had them?
  8. If you didn't want to spent a lot of money... why buy an Ultra Satan in the first place? The disk you already had could be played on the original floppy disk drive. Downloaded .ST files would be easiest (IMHO) just to transfer to a USB stick and run thru a Gotek drive. Cheaper then transfer to Ultra Satan and then write to a floppy. Lots of ways of doing this of course. Nothing is the 'right way' of doing things. As Ijor said, depending on how much you want to spend, simplicity and how you want to keep things true to original feeling of your childhood I suppose. We merely provide info and you decide for your self. But if one doesn't know what everything is or means, you are going to drown in to much info.
  9. Since Ultra Satan is hard disk drive replacement and *.ST is floppy disk images it is not really meant to go together. I would suggest to replace your floppy disk drive with a gotek. The gotek will emulate a floppy disk drive. Then you can just fill an USB-stick with all your *.ST and run it from there.
  10. As far as I know, STorm uses two 128 Mb SIMM sticks. So 256Mb total. You can stack them and use two to get 512Mb. Do you use two STorm on your machine? http://wiki.newtosworld.de/index.php?title=Storm_-_English_Version
  11. PWRGOOD needs to be connected to +5V. It's part of the reset circuit.
  12. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_good_signal
  13. There is the Nova VME card that uses a ET4000AX ISA gfx card (and ATI Mach32 I think) for the Mega STe.
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