Building the ReAmiga from scratch. Part3

So lets add memory.  This is also a quite tricky part of the ReAmiga project as the distance between the chips is making it harder to handsolder.

This is how I am doing it:
First I tin all pads:

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Add flux ontop of it and put a memorychip on U18 (thats the location of the top).

ReAmiga 1200 Erratapost

This is the Errata post of the ReAmiga project.

DO Check this post if you are doing soldering of ANY revision of the ReAmiga. as this page might change if stuff is found etc.

it works like this:  in the title I write what I fond as issues.  so if you have a Rev 1.0 board. you need to read the 1.0 header.  do those fixes. AND also add fixes for 1.1, 1.2 etc..  (unless mentioned in the text)

 

ReAmiga Rev 1.0 TESTVERSION (note this is the TESTVERSION it have this also printed on the PCB! to NOT mix with the released Rev 1.0)

Zork 1. The Great Underground Empire Review

I’ve always been a diligent student, so my parents never complained if I was spending too much time in front of my Commodore 128. After all, it actually was the mid-’80s and I was attending a tech school to get a diploma in computer science. Other kids were not as lucky since it is indeed […]

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Sigh.. Phase5 .. AGAIN

Well I know I told I would not write more about Phase5..

Just a quick update.

Salvador. the “owner” that also have been banned from Facebook. (both personally and companypage)

he have done (C) strikes about me on FB from fake accounts and Youtube.  I have reported those claims as fake. but it is hard to talk to something else than BOTs..

So videos of me sanding the bppc PCB showing it is lacking connected ground etc is removed.

HOWEVER!  they are all saved:  so links to them from my local own server:

 

Amiga Inc - My history with them

Tis the season to be jolly :) Around 2008 I remember fondly working with "Amiga Inc" on a few projects and here is a little teaser of my work with them. This information though might only be available members of my Patreon :) 


The chicken is back: "Tiger Claw" released!

If you don't remember "Bruce Lee" from the Commodore 64 you shouldn't even be here. If you do, on the other hand, rejoice!

Ok, if you don't remember "Bruce Lee", you're of course still free to rejoice, too: One of theee classic C64 games of all time has been remade as "Tiger Claw", originally for the C64, and is now being commercially released for the Amiga! (And Windows, MacOS, Linux, btw.)

Leather Goddesses of Phobos Review

I’ve always been a videogame lover, possibly even before fully understanding what a computer really was. Back in those days though, mainly due to memory constraints, games mostly came in the form of platformers, maze-runners or fast-paced shooters, all genres that I never learned to master…. As a direct result, I never really played that […]

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The Amiga Calendar 2019: A Glimpse Of 1989

The good thing about Facebook and Social media groups is that you sometimes meet people that want to be creative and do something for the community/scene, size or ambition doesn’t really matter as it is all about trying to do something for our beloved machine. The Amiga Reloaded Calendar is such a creation, Martin C […]

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Reshoot R - Update


Very early design, just nice to post what I'm up to right at this time.  Finishing off the Design CD cover for Reshoot R.

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