AmigaTestKit and DiagROM are amazing bits of kit for Amiga repairers. In this guide we show you how to take the loopback port testers they both use, and add voltage readouts to them.
Wedge case Amigas only get one internal drive…. right? Not so! Here’s a method to add a Gotek drive alongside your internal floppy and have them both active at the same time.
You can make an upgraded 50W power supply for your Amiga, from an old server unit and a bit of simple soldering.
In this episode of our A2000 project build, we look at keeping pace with both software, and hardware development from Commodore. How will we ensure we’re up to date? And more importantly, how much will it cost? Read on!
John Hertell’s DiagROM is one of the most useful tools for anyone involved in Amiga repair. But did you know it works on the CD32 too? Here we find the hidden serial port, and show you how to make a cable.
Here we look at three options for replacing a SCSI hard drive in an Amiga with something more modern. All three set out to do the same thing but in very different ways.
Those kind folks at Retro Gamer chat to Phil about his collection, and find out more about his love of cleaning beige plastic.
In the first of a series of quick how-to guides, we take a look at a quick and easy way to use some simple AmigaDOS commands to automate a dual-booting system
In this episode, we take a look at moving on from floppies and adding some internal storage to our historical A2000 project, uncovering a data time capsule from the early 90s on the way.
Following part 1, now it’s time to look at the build itself and give you a bit of an insight into what skills are needed; perhaps even help you decide whether this project is one you could look at building yourself.