03/12/2018 12:57
It's ive251 here.
So, whatever you thought of it, comeon it's internet it's short-di**s, there's gays, there's elderly, NOFEMALES, and if there were any - what would you wanna do with the horse (that's written himself a femalenickname)? :-))) Come-ON people, there's no need, there's no point, the Amiga lives on, continues, carries on, struggles forher bear existence, as we all enjoy our beloved blue and continue using the Internet, the news, the writingcommunicat.... read more

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27/11/2018 12:57
OK, so I have an Amiga 500 plus, some add-ons and some Amiga books to sell.
what to people think would be fair prices to ask for the following, eitherindividually or as bundles?: Hardware: -----------Amiga 500plus, with 1MB trapdoor+clock expansion (total 2MB).
Technosound Turbo stereo 8-bit sound sampler.
A couple of mismatching joysticks.
Books: -------Abacus: Amiga Intern (Kuhnert, Maelger & Schemmel) - 1992 edition - 1992 edition - covering AmigaDOS 2.0, workbench 2.0, and the A3000hardw.... read more

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23/11/2018 12:57
Some of you might be asking, wtf is a X68000? Well as the name implies, itis a 68000-based machine. 10 Mhz!! the X60000 was a totally awesomeJapanese computer from Sharp. it played games that blew the original Amiga500 out of the water. in terms of hardware sprites and scrolling, it KILLEDthe original Amiga series. I mean all the Amigas that used the original orenhanced chipset. basicly any Amiga from the 1980s.
X68000 was released in 1986, roughly a year after the first Amiga, but forone y.... read more

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03/11/2018 12:57
because ATARIs and AMIGAs are crap,so nobody bought them ! Throw away the old crappy computers and get a PC or a Playstation ifyou want to play ! Nobody is interested in these stoneage systems anymore ...
Windows rulz ! Bill Gates rulz !

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17/10/2018 12:57
Can I download Amiga Forever on one computer and install it onanother? My Internet runs on a dial-up modem and would take days todownload the Plus edition.

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12/10/2018 12:57
Hi all, Finally got my A1200 surfing the Internet, yeah! I have theTermite TCP/IP program and an old version of IBrowse (1.0I think) and played around with the AWebII Demo. I see thereis another browser out there called Voyager...
There are things I like about AWeb and IBrowse. I'm kindagetting used to the IBrowse program though (uh-oh). AWebseems a little more modern and familiar. Also want/need agood E-mail/newsgroup reader...
My question is this: what is the browser of choice for .... read more

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27/08/2018 12:57
It's that time of year for the Vintage Computer Festival East!As a former attendee at VCF East, I have not only seenvarious classic computers there but Commodore, too! Sponsored by MARCH and VintageTech, the 6th annualVintage Computer Festival East will be held on Saturday,September 12th and Sunday, September 13th, at theInfoAge Science Center in Wall, New Jersey.
Admission is $10 for one day, $15 for both days, andfree for ages 17 and younger. Parking is free. Hours are10am - 6pm on Saturd.... read more

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07/08/2018 12:57
It's '87th and the children are still small. Some nice young ones attend the kindergarden and there's a trip to nearest snowmountain for sledging. A young boy manages to make a effort succeed and talks the parents, as the father wanted one too, intobuying an Amiga 2500 instead of paying money for the trip and going on it, especially since it's a big embarassment among otherchildren and particularly little girls, the more the uglier they are, or not cute but like nice looking, and.... read more

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03/08/2018 12:57
Hi people, Well I've decided to dig out my Amiga 500 and hacks to play around withagain, but my memory is a little rusty. What I have is a homebrew IDEinterface which does not autoboot, a KS2.0 A500 with an A590 and SCSI CD-ROMattached (but no harddrive) and I want to boot from the 2.0 workbench diskand transfer the startup sequence to the IDE drive (WB2.05 installed) asearly as possibly and run WB solely from the IDE HDD. (ie remove the bootdisk and put it away without the nagging you must .... read more

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17/07/2018 12:57
hello I would like to know how to change default icon for ZIP disk, CDDAdisk and so on.
when inserting a dos formatted ZIP disk, it only shows ugly oldcross-dos icon. .. any idea? thanks koji sakaguchitokyo japan A1200 ZIV+Mediator Blizzard1260OS3.5 bb2

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03/07/2018 12:57
So, that's it. Nothing's to be seen, and nothing new is happening. There's always a fresh screenshot on a.org,and the titles in forum are of hardware of which I know nothing about but nothing is happening, no one isselling anything, no one is buying anything, no market, no Amiga, no PPC, no this, no that, nothing.
I do not comfort myself I do not yield responsibility as a future user, I do not do this, that, or over there.
It's summer of '06, it's not the summer of '.... read more

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27/06/2018 12:57
I just had a short agreedance with a coleague of mine so I wanted to write.
A12006-10 MB RAM500-1000 MB HD16 monitormediator (this is also a modem)WB4.0mouse2 joysticksdisk drive 4MD driveflickerfixer -- all in all, if it were mine, I made all of this, and I want to make it happy here goes: 300 DEM. :-)) Printermore exotic mousescannerexternal modemCD RW plus 50 DEM (!!! wild, I know) various software, shareware, 'hacks', aminet collections etc, etc, all 'till the car' the last .... read more

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12/06/2018 12:57
There was a time when such things were expressed here with passion and received great resistance. Sometimes leading to actions in attempt to silence another, commit slander against them, distort what they were saying while playing ignorant.
Look what it has accomplished. An empty newsgroup.
The Amiga market has degenerated to an ebay market of pretty much used games and such.
Whatever Amiga inc. is today, its certainly not intent on pursuing anything Amiga as we knew it during the Commodore d.... read more

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03/06/2018 12:57
Hihi I've split my startup-sequence up into three portions the first line calls a hisoft basic program called bootmenu which asthe name suggests displays a menu with 5 choices (workbench, directoryopus, amigados, amigados and tcsh) then writes a startup.2 filecontaining two lines, one of which copies the requestedstartup-sequence to startup.3 and the second attempts to run it.
The second line in startup-sequence attempts to run startup.2 whichshould as mentioned above copy the file and call.... read more

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07/05/2018 12:57
What's with Total Amiga magazine? Has anyone seen a copy? Is it something else or just plain great? --+-- narayan --+--

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