Subject: My 1986 dream machine is realized
submitted by /u/The_Frito_Kid
Amiga 2000 with PiStorm, plus a now perhaps superfluous SCSI2SD
a2286at Bridgeboard with 486 upgrade chip, ET4000 VGA card
"Big Mess O'Wires" floppy emu for Macintosh drive emulation
FlashFloppy dual, one for DOS, one for Amiga
& a Nintendo PC-standard joystick
Behind the monitor is a TrackStar Apple II ISA board that was meant to be included. Unfortunately I fitted the missing 16-bit ISA card-edge connectors, and now it won't fit. I'm debating removing one although I'm afraid of doing damage.
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Subject: First time owning an Amiga
I remember when the Amiga 500 came out, nobody could afford it, certainly my parents couldn't and I must have been 13 years old at the time. Most of us had (inferior) Atari 520ST/1040ST (E/F) and we all dreamed about the Amiga, not only because of games, but productivity applications were also another level. I kept my Atari until I could afford the cheapest PC I could find; and until now I had never owned an Amiga. I got my hands on a standalone Vampire (purists: I'm sorry this may not be considered a "real" Amiga, deepest apologies, I don't mean to offend here) and I really liked it, it just blew my mind, I even wish I could use this as my primary desktop (not quite yet, I'd need a few more things ported); I'm still a bit confused about the 3.2 vs 3.9 vs 4.0 and what would work best for me; i.e. I'm not even sure if 4.0 is 64 bits, and what versions of gcc are available. So here I am, contemplating the best architecture of all times, looking forward to learn about it, and find out what would work best for me. Questions to the community: where do I start, what are the next steps, and what pitfalls should I avoid? Thank you!
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Subject: Amiga 500 rev6 - wanting to add chip and slow RAM!
Hi! I know this is a common question so I'm sorry! I'd like to try and get as much detail about how it all works!
So I acquired an Amiga 500 rev6. It's been a long ass time since I've had an Amiga. I upgraded the main board to 1MB chip ram and I'd like to mod an existing A501 expansion to support 512k slow RAM as well.
Now, I've seen plenty of people who have done this with some of the newer kits, but the instructions seem .. inconsistent. I'd like to understand the memory decode stuff a bit better between Gary and Agnus so I can figure out what sins I have to commit to do this myself. I've studied the schematics that are online and reminded myself of the memory map (wow it's been 20 years!) so I think I understand how the jumper settings work here. Just .. not how to do chip+slow ram together!
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Subject: Amiga 500 Floppy Recap Question
Hello everyone. New Amiga 500 user here. I have an old Panasonic floppy drive that needs a recap. Did some research prior to posting, but I'm not sure if I can use any generic capacitors for the drive. Does it have to be the same type? And if so, does it matter which brand I use?
Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks!
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Subject: Amiga A500 REV6
I currently have a water damaged motherboard and it is not working. it result in green screen.
it is with 512KB ram and i can see few jumpers modified from original. JP2 1 and 2 is soldered and JP7A is cut. i am not certain if that is cuasing the issue. also i am searching for where are the Data pins going from ram to check if there is data flowing to the chipset