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Well, it's getting late and I need to get to bed. Here is the link to my 34 pictures all with captions (instructions). It includes even step by step for taking the 800 apart. Start there, and keep going to the right. I will be providing Candle with the original full resolution pictures along with these captions. So there will soon be a proper full installation guide. If you have any questions, please PM me here. P.S. The 3-pin P6 header is not yet hooked up. It provides HDD activity light and SIDE reset. I am awaiting proper instructions on this before attempting a hookup.
The UAV is a great thing. You can find the details here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/260267-the-uav-rev-d-video-upgrade-thread/ The single board can be used in virtually every Atari 8-bit console and computer. But since there are differences per machine and per UAV revision, you have to know exactly which wires, jumpers and pins are really relevant for your configuration. The long nature and discussion in the main thread make it hard to find the right information. Therefore I decided to create this separate thread. Things you have to know when installing the UAV Rev. D in an Atari 7800 PAL: You cannot rely on any of the NTSC descriptions, because the PCB layout of the PAL version is completely different. You do not have to remove and existing parts from the board for the UAV itself. You may have to remove parts to grab the audio correctly, but that is a separate topic and not related to the UAV itself. You have to use the UAV BASIC Rev. D board without connectors because there is no driver 4050 chip in the Atari 7800 but a 7432 chip which combines the video signals from TIA and MARIA into one. Basically you grab most of the required signals from the resistors connected to the 7432. You will typically not be able to read the Rxx, Cxx labels on the populated board. Therefore is it important to know where to connect what. When connecting to resistors, use a meter to check the value of the resistors to make sure you are at the right place. The Atari 7800 PAL schematic from Jerzy Sobola is very good, but incorrectly states R29 to be 12k but it is 82k. I have created the attached pictures and the corrected version of the schematic for this. The yellow points indicate the solder points on the PCB, Note that on the "wires 1/2" pictures the yellow and orange wires were yet at the wrong pins on the UAV board. Use the ones in the "UAV Points" picture.