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[#] Fri Feb 26 2021 15:32:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: Need Help with PCMCIA/Compact Flash setup

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So I've dug my Amiga 1200 out of storage after 15 years and I realized I completely forgotten everything about it. I tried to look up some documentation online on how to set up the compact flash/pcmcia on my Amiga 1200 and after spending a few days I'm still scratching my head.

I have copied CompactFlash.device in the Devs folder, CF0 in the storage/devs DOSDrivers folder to be activated manually, and FAT95 in the L folder. I downloaded the files off the install tutorial: CF0 showing up as ver 1.21 last changed 19-Oct-2002 21:43:40

As you can see in the pic the device shows up in prepcard, but for some reason it doesn't see to show up on the workbench when I try to run CF0 to mount it manually. When I try to change drive to CF0 from shell it just freezes up the computer. It also freezes the Amiga if I try to boot with the compact flash card in the PCMCIA slot with CF0 file in the devs\DOSdrivers folder

Any ideas? I am running Kickstart ver 39.106, exec version 39.47, disk version 39.29. The default 2 megs of memory and no mem expansion. The workbench is installed and booted from the internal HD.

Is it possible that CF0 is not compatible with my PCMCIA adapter? It is a generic Chinese one that is probably a mass produced Sandisk that they put a new label on. The Compact flash is a lexar 4x 128 mb card from an old camera that I reformated on the PC to be used for this test as I have no other cards available.

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[#] Fri Feb 26 2021 18:46:01 MST from rss <>

Subject: Weird a500 audio puzzle

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My a500 will transmit video through scart and audio through cinch to my old lcd tv. But the tv will not combine the two signals so I have either an image or audio. My scart cable has cinch audio as well but no sound from those (it’s a new cable). So there’s my puzzle.

I guess it’s not even purely an amiga question maybe. But does the a500 rgb port even give off an audio signal at all? I read conflicting reports.

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[#] Fri Feb 26 2021 20:03:21 MST from rss <>

Subject: Indianapolis 500 - yeah :-) It was developed by the Papyrus Design Group, and distributed by Electronic Arts. Amiga port was released in 1990.

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[#] Fri Feb 26 2021 20:26:22 MST from rss <>

Subject: Commodore Amiga OS3 9 XL on a old P3 700mhz

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[#] Sat Feb 27 2021 07:48:28 MST from rss <>

Subject: Black Dawn: Rebirth brings the popular Amiga dungeon crawler RPG series into the 21st Century

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[#] Sat Feb 27 2021 15:21:07 MST from rss <>

Subject: Fascinating: Slow-scan TV (SSTV) and the Amiga

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Ever heard of slow-scan tv over radio? (or so...)
I didn't. Just stumbeled across this, fascinating stuff. Looks like the Amiga had a very good expansion device to support sstv in 1989 called the Amiga AVT System.

Here's another article with some "standard" (i guess) SSTV pictures

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[#] Sat Feb 27 2021 15:35:07 MST from rss <>

Subject: Amiga CD32 Terrible Fire TF330 accelerator - Initial thoughts & performance

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[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 09:30:23 MST from rss <>

Subject: The Amiga Show episode 4

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The Amiga Show episode 4

The new episode of The Amiga Show is finally up! Had a few tech issues, including a corrupted hard disk, which wiped half the show!!! Aggghhh..

Anyway, it's here now. Hope you enjoy :O)

The Amigs Show Ep 4

Greg Johnson - Gorilla

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[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 10:38:54 MST from rss <>

Subject: Any idea where I can get pimiga from?

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Seems like there's alot of talk but no links on the webs (piracy being the concern).

Thanks, sorry if I broke any forum rules.

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[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 12:17:08 MST from rss <>

Subject: Noizzica - Pinball Illusions [chiptune cover] [from the upcoming "Melodies Found On 880kB Floppies" album]

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[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 12:44:53 MST from rss <>

Subject: Amiga 1200 keyboard membrane

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Amiga 1200 keyboard membrane

With my amiga, there are 4 keys that are not working (One of them being the right Amiga key) I spotted a broken track. What would be the suggestions to repair? I have been reading about conductive ink, what are the risks problems. (the break is about 1mm wide)

I am yet to establish the problem with the other 3 keys.. I assume its a broken track too that I have to find

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[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 13:56:37 MST from rss <>

Subject: The history of Simulmondo (Dylan Dog, Millemiglia, etc)

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Hey everyone,
after six months of work I published the first part of my article about the history of Simulmondo, the first Italian indipendent software house that developed and published games throughout the 80s and 90s for Commodore 64, Amiga, Atari ST and PC.

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[#] Sun Feb 28 2021 14:33:04 MST from rss <>

Subject: Exclusive First Look at New Commodore Amiga Game - Bean Vs The Animator

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 01:12:01 MST from rss <>

Subject: How does Pimiga handle NTSC/PAL switching?

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See title - are PAL games output at 50Hz and NTSC at 60Hz, or is it locked to one or the other (and if so, which)?

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 07:30:00 MST from rss <>

Subject: The TV screen showed the animated globe (with DP III) which I was talking about in my previous post. I also found a link for my "Brolock" which was placed next to my Amiga 500

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 10:14:18 MST from rss <>

Subject: Amiquake (Novacoder edition) 68060 emulated on Pi 4 Amibian 1.5

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 10:52:25 MST from rss <>

Subject: 15 Amigas and counting. Last one I promise... until the next one!!

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 17:02:18 MST from rss <>

Subject: Rise of the Robots CD32 - Is it really that bad?! TF330 - OSSC

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 21:56:23 MST from rss <>

Subject: Demoscene the Amiga years volume 1 - Editions64k

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[#] Mon Mar 01 2021 22:11:56 MST from rss <>

Subject: Getting data off old Amiga disks - my story

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I've had a box of Amiga disks sitting on a shelf for nearly thirty years - at this point, they were more like souvenirs of my youth than anything useful. I was resigned to the fact that the old AMOS games I had made and saved on them would never again see the light of day, since I haven't had access to a machine that could read them in decades. That changed a couple of months ago when a friend was clearing out their attic in preparation for a move overseas and asked me if I wanted their old Amiga.

After a bit of an education in setting up a serial connection, I managed to copy the data onto my PC and use it to create disk images that I could run in an emulator. Getting to revisit the projects I worked on as a teenager was quite an experience - I documented the whole journey in case anyone else is interested in the data transfer process or wants to see what a teenager in New Zealand was doing with AMOS Basic in the early 90s:

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