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Guitarman

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  1. Got mine today and will be giving it a run this weekend. Thanks for a great piece of work!!
  2. .......and paid!! Order Number: 922 Date: June 16, 2016 Payment Method: PayPal
  3. PM sent for 1 RAM320XE/576 card in enclosure /w Covox audio option. Just need email to send payment.
  4. Man, I'm sooooo sorry you have/had to part with that increadible collection. If I would have looked earlier, it would have had an equally loving home. I was in town through the 14th. We could have easily made some sort of deal that would allow you to reaquire some of it if you wanted to when things got better. I think I'm gonna be sick now!!
  5. I think I'm all over one of those!! LOL
  6. Parts list ---------- Description Amount ----------------------------------------------------------------------- - 4 pin (or more) screened cable 2 metres (or any desired length) 7mm diameter - 13 pin DIN (male) connector 1 - 15 pin HD D-sub (female) connector 1 (HD=high density) - 47 Ohm resistors (small) 3 (for black/white display) or... 100 Ohm trimmer resistors (miniature) 3 (for colour adjustable display) (as small as you can get. They will have to fit inside the 15 pin connector!)
  7. On the first graphic (with the resistors) it states you can use 100ohm trimmers. I've been tempted to make an adapter box, in a small project case using side mounted connectors and the circuit inside. Then you can incorporate the trimmers, drill 3 small holes on the side of the box and mount the trimmers at the holes. It would be a much more sturdy solution than wiring up a converter cable like I first did. The cable has worked great but I fear it's demise every time I use it!!! LOL
  8. I have a Roland Guitar Synth where the cable between the guitar and the pedalboard is a 13 pin cable, male on both ends. So they are still used in electronics.
  9. The PS3000 was an Atari monitor with the floppy drive built into the case.
  10. You wouldn't need any more than a regular cassette deck to transfer these, right?? If so, I have the hardware and software to transfer them, if needed.
  11. I guess I shouldn't mention the 2 TT030's I have then, one boxed with the 19" HiRes monitor!!! LOL It is an amazing system and probably the corner-piece of the ST/TT/Falcon side of my collection.
  12. OK. I have a folder called nir_dary_cds. I was comparing a bit with what is on Pigwa. It looks like there are a few folders on Pigwa that are not in what I have. I did a search for zero bytes files and found only 18. I will ZIP up and upload the folder so you can see what you need from it. At least you can recover some of the zero byte stuff.
  13. He is suppose to be making some more in a few weeks.
  14. Got mine today!!! Yipee!! But can't get to your site to get the drivers.
  15. If you purchased the 1200XL version of the 32in1, yes, this board will work. Since the 1200XL version of the 32in1 comes with the correct MMU and the internal basic upgrade, the PBI extension board can be installed.
  16. The SIO2PC/1050toPC does nothing without the support software on the computer, hence SIO2PC. If you are wanting to do files directly, you need something like the SIO2SD/SDriveNuxx and place the files you want on a SD card. You can also get any of the number of RamCarts that various people are making to do the same thing. The great thing about about an SIO2PC device is it's not just a virtual drive. It also gives you access to other computer hardware like your printer or network/Internet connection.
  17. Wow!! I'm behind the mark!! Can't wait for this to be released. I worked at Cinematronics during the production of his game (along with Ripoff) assembling the control boards and doing final system calibrations on the assembly line. It was a blast to work there. Looking forward to this release as I also apparently missed the first version!!
  18. I also got one from the latest batch. And yes, the site has always been fun to navigate.
  19. I am one of those!! LOL Though, when time permits, I do plan on archiving a couple user group libraries I have acquired. Also, there are probably some of the old site collections the OP is talking about that I may have. I do remember when a few of those sites were still online, downloading the site's archives (Jellystone, Closer To Home, Homesoft, Vjetnam, Atari Forever, Rohar, Paradise, Fornax, Univ. of Michigan, Yogi's FTP).
  20. Here's the layout to build an ST to VGA (HiRes) adapter so you can connect the ST to an LCD (or any other VGA) monitor.
  21. If you have the Falcon Language Disk, boot to that as it has the HDD drivers on it and should load them upon booting. There is 'hdx.prg' that should allow you to set up the drive (format & partition) and 'hinstall.prg' that should install the drivers on the drive after it is set up.
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