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  1. I have been trying to get my Atari 520ST to work with an old external floppy SF354. Firstly the SF354 is the new type, with a PCB that has some chips on it. The floppy drive that came with it does not work. I plugged in an Amiga A600 floppy drive and this works well. I assume that is a double density single sided floppy drive. So I am trying to get a Gotek USB floppy emulator with HxC firmware to work with this external drive interface. It doesn't. I've been suggested elsewhere this maybe because the Gotek is double sided. I have no idea what files I am supposed to have on the HxC firmware Gotek for the Atari ST, and how to ensure it is behaving as single sided rather than double sided. Any help would be appreciated. Regards, Nick
  2. First things first: I am not acquainted nor familiar with the ST series of computers but will do my best to answer any questions. "non-working condition" means that I connected this system to a monitor (SC1224) and mouse, powered on the system and arrived at the desktop GUI with a garbled display (see included screenshot). Atari 520ST, non-working $75, plus shipping. (UPS or FedEX / Origin ZIP: 48857 / Weight: 14 lbs including packing materials) PayPal accepted, Friends & Family as I am not a business. Please review all included photos as to physical condition of the unit. Notes: Beyond seeing the garbled display, I didn't check anything else on this unit. There is damage at the front right corner, however, evidenced in the last two pictures.
  3. Looking to buy a working 130XE and STFM-series ST, preferably an STe. No discolored units/keyboards please. Feel free to post pics here and/or PM of what you have. Thanks so much in advance!
  4. I have gotten heavy into telnet BBSs and became rather impressed by the ST terminal program, TAZ, that allows 16 color ANSI emulation at medium res (2-bit color, of course) by way of color interlacing. Kind of like Megaroids and Quantum Paint, in approach. Anyway, I wrote about it a little and have a video showing the effect. For those interested. http://www.bytecellar.com/2017/06/18/four-colors-into-sixteen-terminal-innovation-on-the-atari-st/ bp
  5. First things first: I am not acquainted nor familiar with the ST series of computers but will do my best to answer any questions. "Working condition" means that I connected this system to a monitor (SC1224) and mouse and external floppy drive (to access sysinfo for screenshots), powered on the system and arrived at the desktop GUI. 1-Meg Atari 520ST, working REHOMED $145, plus shipping. (UPS or FedEX / Origin ZIP: 48857 / Weight: 14 lbs including packing materials) PayPal accepted, Friends & Family as I am not a business. Please review all included photos as to physical condition of the unit. Notes: The electrical tape was there when I adopted this a couple years ago. I assume the modder who upgraded the memory? Someone more familiar with this line of computers would know, I'm hoping.
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