Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Defects in historical software and hardware, their causes, questions about well-known bugs. Use [debugging] for bug diagnosis and discovery.
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The PAL (Phase Alternate Line) analogue video standard, commonly used in Europe.
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For questions about retro devices from the Soviet Union (USSR)
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For questions regarding graphical techniques using sprites.
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For questions regarding the Motorola 6809 microprocessor.
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for questions about retrocomputing hardware cases and enclosures
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The products of Acorn Computers Ltd., a British computer manufacturer founded in 1978.
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For questions on batteries and battery technology in retrocomputing hardware
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For questions specifically regarding the Intel 8088 microprocessor.
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The cc65 C compiler and toolchain, including ca65 (Assembler), cl65, ar65, etc.
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The 7-bit ASCII character set, including control codes. DO NOT USE for binary-coded decimal; consider using [character-set] instead for extensions of ASCII. See tag wiki.
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DRAM Dynamic Random Access Memory
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IBM Color Graphics Adapter: signals, sources and receivers.
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Questions about versions of the FORTRAN language relevant to retrocomputing: FORTRAN, FORTRAN II, FORTRAN IV, FORTRAN 66, FORTRAN 77, ...
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For questions regarding the DEC PDP-10 computer, also known as DECsystem-10.
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The DOS family of operating systems for x86-based computers, especially IBM PC compatibles. DO NOT USE for non-x86 systems with ‘DOS’ in the name!
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for questions about the Apple DOS operating system used on the Apple II series of microcomputers
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for questions about the Commodore Amiga CDTV home computer
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For questions on Universal Serial Bus cables, connections, and communication protocols related to retrocomputing hardware and software
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The S-100 (later the IEEE696) bus is a backplane standard introduced in 1975 supporting configurable card types.
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Graphical user interfaces generally; use with the particular environment’s tag as appropriate.
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The process of determining how a device was made. Usually for the purposes of replication.
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for questions about retrocomputing screens or terminals
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for questions about shell interfaces on retrocomputers
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IDE storage devices, cables, and drivers; also known as PATA or Parallel ATA.
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For questions about copy protection techniques used on retro software.
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Questions about character-sets, either from a standardization point of view, or in terms of the repertoire implemented by particular equipment.
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For questions about trying to identify hardware problems.
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Historical computing periodicals and articles found within.
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