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For questions about Intel's 386 processor, alternatively known as the i386 or 80386.
For questions relating to the use and development of hardware drivers for a computer operating system.
For questions about the use of a mouse on retrocomputers. For questions about touchpads use the "touchpad" tag instead.
For questions about adapting retrocompuing hardware on modern platforms
For questions concerning use, maintenance, restoration or emulation of printers used along with retrocomputers.
For questions regarding processor interrupt signals on retrocomputing hardware
For questions regarding text - as opposed to graphics - processing and display.
For questions on Sega's Genesis (Mega Drive) home video game console
For questions on Universal Serial Bus cables, connections, and communication protocols related to retrocomputing hardware and software
For questions about Kickstart, the bootstrap firmware of the Amiga
For questions about copy protection techniques used on retro software.
for questions about retrofitting modern hardware for use with retrocomputing devices
For questions on batteries and battery technology in retrocomputing hardware
For questions on the MOS Technology 650x family of processors. For questions about the 6502 use the "6502" tag.
for questions about the Apple DOS operating system used on the Apple II series of microcomputers
For questions about Software Development Kits and their usage for retrocomputing hardware and software.
The process of determining how a device was made. Usually for the purposes of replication.
For questions regarding the use or installation of the Pascal language on retrocomputers.
For questions related to the IBM Color/Graphics Adapter signals, sources, or receivers.
a backplane standard introduced in 1975 supporting configurable card types.