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For questions about IDE storage devices, cables, and drivers. Also referred to as PATA or Parallel ATA.
Questions about connectors, particularly those used to connect computer peripherals.
For questions about the MacOS Classic emulator
Questions related to the PAL (Phase Alternate Line) analogue video standard (commonly used in Europe).
For questions about portable computers, including laptops and "luggables".
For questions specifically regarding LCD (Liquid Crystal) Displays.
For questions regarding the Amstrad CPC464 Z80-based microcomputer.
For questions regarding the measurement and comparison of performance of retrocomputers.
For questions related to the IBM Color/Graphics Adapter signals, sources, or receivers.
For questions about words, phrases and definitions that are specific to classic computers and gaming systems.
For questions about the Texas Instruments TI-99 series of micro-computers, in particular the TI-99/4A.
For questions regarding Hudson's TurboGrafX-16 (also known as the TG16 or PC Engine)
For questions about digital audio hardware and software
For questions about the TRS-80 Color Computer, including peripherals and software.
For questions about the Amiga 500 (A500) home and personal computer
for questions on Nintendo's Game Boy Advance handheld video game console
S-Video should be used for all questions relating to the S-Video standard, a video signal system that separates chrominance and luma and thus provides a better quality image than composite video.
for questions about the worth or value of retrocomputing hardware and software
For questions relating to the licensing of retrocomputing hardware and software
Punched cards were an early method of digital computer data storage, using cards made of stiff paper with holes punched in specific locations to represent data. They could be punched manually or autom…
the main filesystem for MacOS Classic