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Found 20 results

  1. oracle_jedi

    08

    From the album: Atari PC1

    I had a spare Atari STE power supply from Exxos which fits perfectly in the PC1 case. No more need for a 220V step up transformer.
  2. oracle_jedi

    23

    From the album: Atari PC1

    The Atari PC1 plays Prince of Persia. They Keytronic 101 keyboard has been replaced with a Chicony 84-key unit. Although the Chicony keyboard is not a genuine Atari PC 84-key unit, it is the keyboard Atari used in their original promotional photos of the PC before they were shipped. The keyboard was sold as non-working, but again, this was due to the XT/AT switch being in the wrong position. It works just fine.

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  3. oracle_jedi

    22

    From the album: Atari PC1

    The Atari PC1 plays Lemmings in beautiful four colour CGA. I was able to get a broken Chinon FZ506 floppy drive cheap, and since all I wanted was the bezel and drive latch it suited me perfectly. I need to retro-bright the drive now too.

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  4. oracle_jedi

    21

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Case badge restored and the new blue LED has had a larger resistor added to adjust the brightness.

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  5. oracle_jedi

    20

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Atari PC1 after retro-brighting with the STM mice on top, and the PCM mouse to the side.

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  6. oracle_jedi

    17

    From the album: Atari PC1

    The mouse on the left is an STM1 mouse. The one on the right is a discolored PCM1 mouse. The middle mouse is a discolored STM1 mouse.

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  7. oracle_jedi

    15

    From the album: Atari PC1

    The Atari PC case badge.

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  8. oracle_jedi

    14

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Retrobrighting. The case badge has been removed. They don't survive retrobrighting so take them off first.

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  9. oracle_jedi

    13

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Retrobrighting. The case badge is carefully removed using an Xacto knife.

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  10. oracle_jedi

    12

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Retrobrighting. The case is badly discolored. I used the bath technique which is much more expensive, but I had several units to treat so I made the most of the chemical bath I made.

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  11. oracle_jedi

    11

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Retrobrighting. The case is badly discolored. I used the bath technique which is much more expensive, but I had several units to treat so I made the most of the chemical bath I made.

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  12. oracle_jedi

    10

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Retrobrighting. The case is badly discolored. I used the bath technique which is much more expensive, but I had several units to treat so I made the most of the chemical bath I made.

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  13. oracle_jedi

    09

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Shortly after getting the PC1 up and running with an XT keyboard, the "Turbo CPU" LED burned out. I replaced with a blue LED from my box of spares, although at first the LED was way too bright.

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  14. oracle_jedi

    07

    From the album: Atari PC1

    The PC1 with top cover removed showing the shielding.

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  15. oracle_jedi

    06

    From the album: Atari PC1

    Atari PC1 running Microsoft Flight Simulator II.

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  16. oracle_jedi

    05

    From the album: Atari PC1

    The boot error was, as expected, due to the use of an AT keyboard. The PC1 requires an XT keyboard. Here a Keytronic XT/AT switchable keyboard is shown. The PC1 now boots without error.

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  17. oracle_jedi

    04

    From the album: Atari PC1

    One of the original EBay pictures showing the boot failure. This error basically means the keyboard is not recognized.
  18. oracle_jedi

    03

    From the album: Atari PC1

    One of the original EBay pictures showing the heavily discolored PC1.
  19. oracle_jedi

    02

    From the album: Atari PC1

    One of the original EBay pictures showing the heavily discolored PC1.
  20. oracle_jedi

    01

    From the album: Atari PC1

    One of the original EBay pictures showing the broken disk drive latch and heavily discolored PC1.
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