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For questions regarding the Atari ST range of microcomputers.

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Were external floppy drives for Atari ST and Amiga inter-compatible?

Were external floppy drives for Atari ST and Amiga inter-compatible? For example, Commodore 1541* had its own serial bus protocol. But what about the external 3.5" DD floppy disk drive on 23pins D-...
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What changes made some Atari ST software incompatible with the Atari TT?

The Atari TT was based on the earlier ST line of computers but with a 32 MHz 68030 instead of an 8 or 16 MHz 68000. There were a number of extensions made (e.g. new video modes) and the memory ...
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3D Printed Replacement Key Caps for Atari 1040ST

How can I replace/repair broken Atari 1040ST key caps using 3D Printer? Switches are in good condition. Only the key caps are to be replaced. Did Atari followed any industry standards like Cherry MX,...
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What was this game with a “Conan” style character on Atari ST?

This is about a 2D (third person) game I remember seeing being played on an Atari ST computer. In the game the player controls a "Conan" style character (holding a sword, if I remember correctly). In ...
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Connecting an Atari 130XE to SM124 monitor

I've got an Atari 130XE 8bit computer that has Composite Video Output. Also, I've got an Atari SM124 monitor designed for the Atari ST 16-bit line of computers. If you look at an Atari 130XE packing ...
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How did the original Apple Macintosh and Atari ST use protected mode?

The Macintosh, ST, and Amiga were all 68000 CPU systems released in 1984-85, along with their respective new Operating Systems. While this was 5 years before protected mode became commonplace on Intel ...
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Adjusting focus for old CRT monitors

I have an old Atari SC1224 CRT which has badly lost focus over the years. After taking the cover off, I can see various focus controls that can be adjusted by screwdriver. Question: is there a ...
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Videoprocessor with custom horizontal sampling

I have a variety of videoprocessors (Micomsoft Framemeister, Micomsoft SC-512N1-L/DVI, Sync Strike) to help me get the best possible RGB picture out of my retro computers/consoles. However one issue ...
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Remote Debugging on the Atari ST

Were there ever any remote debugging tools for the Atari ST line of machines? When developing games in full screen modes, switching away to a debugger seems quite cumbersome if you need to remember ...