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  1. Fairchild Channel F Collection Serial #: (319955) Console in excellent condition. Outer cardboard box has a bit of wear and damage but the unit has been kept in plastic for many years. The paperwork, registration card, and original pamphlet are all in excellent shape. The collection includes almost every game made for the system... Videocart-1 through Videocart 26. The only three that are missing are 16, 19 and 20. All games have original boxes and original manuals. I know the values rather well I am just curious if anyone here might want to make a serious offer. P
  2. From the album: My Home

    Here's a photo of my Amiga A1200, the final Amiga microcomputer from Commodore after the A500 and A600 (of course, there were also desktop Amiga computers with more expansion capabilities, but I like the micros) which came out in 1992. It's running Workbench 3.1 which is installed on an 8GB SanDisk Compact Flash card in an IDE-CF adapter, and I have a mild expansion in the form of a DKB Cobra accelerator with a 28Mhz 68030 and 64MB RAM.
  3. Hello all, I recently joined the forum, though I've been browsing for awhile, and was curious to know if anyone else likes this vintage OS? I've been interested in old tech ever since I was a kid. I got into old console gaming first back in the early '00s, then in the mid-'00s I got an interest in old computers too. I discovered Win 3.1 while looking for old computer operating systems and liked what I saw in the screenshots I could find. I've used it on both real hardware and virtualization and the experience was similar, though I never ran the OS on an early '90s PC (oldest PC I had was from 1999). My first OS was Win 98, so 3.1 was completely different to me, which is what I liked about it. I like using the Program Manager interface and I've never installed any of those "make win 3.1 look like 95" programs, since, in my opinion, if I wanted 95, I would install 95. My biggest complaint with 3.1 is finding games. It seems like PC game developers focused more on DOS back in the day and once 95 came out they all shifted to that OS. I try to buy 3.1 software when I can find it, my most recent pickup being Microsoft Works 3.0. I know it's office software, but it's better than nothing.
  4. . Events in Europe Vintage Computer Retro Hi ho finally we got it managed !! We found a great location for the TI Treffen 2018. I will post some pics later, from my meeting with Berry at the Kongresshotel This will be fun xXx Please find the full invitations here: INVITATION-Treffen-2018-ENGLISH-006.pdf INVITATION-Treffen-2018-GERMAN-006.pdf ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  5. Hello, I've always been interested in old Mac computers ever since I saw some at my school back in the late '90s/early '00s. I bought a Powerbook 100 some time ago, but didn't have good luck with it, but I want to try again with another Mac. I'm excluding the black and white models because I think the color display Macs have more software and I think I'll stick to the laptop lines for now. Basically, I'll use it for messing around: gaming, creative software along the lines of photoshop, that sort of thing. I don't have any specific software or specs in mind, except for color display and ability to use both floppy and CD (doesn't have to be at the same time, floppy/cd can be separate units). For OS, I'm thinking OS 7-9 since X seems too modern for what I'm picturing and 6 and older is black and white era. Is it a good idea to buy a '90s Mac or should I look elsewhere for my old computer fix? The only old computers I've owned have been PCs. Thanks in advance.
  6. Hello, For years I've always wanted to own an old Apple computer and last month I finally bought one for $25 at the local flea market complete with batteries (which were dead), power supply (tip was cracked), manual, carrying case, floppy drive and floppies (1 OS, 1 system tools, 1 Microsoft Excel). The computer is in nice cosmetic condition, but it has a couple of problems: 1) It doesn't recognize the hard drive 2) It makes this weird buzzing sound on start up before the boot up music starts. I opened it up and didn't see anything wrong on the motherboard (no busted caps, all cables were connected). I didn't open up the monitor. Anyway, the computer doesn't boot to the OS anymore. It did boot to it from the included OS disk, but now it won't even do that. It just gives me an image of a monitor with a question mark. Oh well, I've been dealing with used hardware for years and know that sometimes you buy something that ends up not working. Nothing new to me. At least I got to experience old Mac OS 6 and I quite liked it. The trackball mouse was different, but I liked that too. It came with a sticker sheet that had unused stickers featuring the old, and in my opinion better, Apple logo, so I guess it's not all bad. Still, I wished the Powerbook actually worked. It's now the oldest computer I own. Thanks for taking the time to read this.
  7. Hello, A couple years back I posted about this kiosk and now I finally got around to getting a couple shots up. Its one giant, HEAVY mofo. Early 80's. Every part is still there down to the nuts and bolts, and still lights up! Its for the Atari 2600 and has the controls built right into the table like an arcade! Its in great condition, not mint. It has the typical wear of an in-store display and several moves from house to house. Tested and works, but it is currently unassembled because of its size. I assure you its all there. I am accepting offers if anyone is interested. Its local pickup only! Thanks
  8. Check out our latest mini story using the Nox Archaist engine to demo the newest features in the game: In the last episode the wizard Ojithar warned us that the nearby ruins contain a great evil. Of course that's where we are headed, there's bound to be treasure! Some new game play elements to look for in this video: *Combat Scenarios *Spellcasting Special Effects *New Tile Graphic Animations *NPCs Outside of Towns Check out our blog: http://www.noxarchaist.com Follow us on Twitter @6502workshop
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