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For questions about retrocomputing hardware and software created by Intel
For questions regarding hard disk drive usage. The hardware, connection, format and drivers.
For questions about retrocomputing hardware repair. This tag should be used for non-functioning systems; for working systems use the "maintenance" tag.
For questions related to the CP/M operating system by Gary Kildall.
For questions related to terminals such as WYSE, VT100 and Teletype.
For questions regarding the instruction sets of microprocessors.
For questions about methods, techniques and tools for the care and upkeep of retro machinery. For questions about repairing non-functioning machines, please use the "repair" tag.
For questions related to cartridge-based game and applications
For questions about the restoration of old machines: from cosmetic through to electronics such as capacitor replacement.
For questions regarding the layout or mapping of memory in a retrocomputer.
For questions about computer disk drives for removable magnetic storage media.
For questions regarding the use or installation of the C language on retrocomputers.
For questions seeking identification of a retrocomputer.
For questions specifically regarding version 3.1 of the Microsoft Windows OS.
For questions regarding the process or customisation of the boot procedure of a retrocomputer.
For questions about the BBC Micro, programs written for the BBC Micro or peripherals for the BBC Micro.
For questions regarding early arcade games and hardware. Not to be used for modern arcade machines capable of running early games, or for custom (e.g. home-made) machines that happen to be old.
For questions about the different versions and products of the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System)
For questions about hardware, peripherals and software specific to TRS-80 Color Computers.