Questions regarding the Amiga computer: I'm familiar most with software issues, but will do my best to troubleshoot any hardware problem you've encountered. If I can't answer a specific question, I will do my best to direct you to someone who can.
I certainly don't know everything about the Amiga, but having been a user of several different Amiga models for about fifteen years, I'm willing to share what I know.
Associate of Applied Science in Drafting/CAD Technology (A.A.S.)
A great deal of Amiga hardware is old--some more than 20 years now--and as such, is quite likely to fail in one or more ways. Even unused Amiga hardware can be affected just by sheer age/time. Considering the typical lifespan of a computer, the Amiga has done quite well!
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Hi Paul, Honestly, I have no idea whether or not this would work--I'm not an electrical hardware guy (at the least), so I can't say. :( Sorry--but just being honest about that. But that said, you
Hi Paul, I did a little web searching, and found what I trust you're looking for--the Paravision SX-1 setup disk (in .DMS format, which compresses the setup disk into a single file): http://amiga
Hi Angelo, The only U.S.-based places I'm aware of are Amigakit: http://www.amigakit.us But the following forum thread ( http://www.amiga.org/forums/showthread.php?t=67384) notes that a guy in
Hi Tomaz, Not being a hardware expert, I can only make a pooly-educated guess, but I would suspect some of the hardware within your Amiga 500 is at fault. You could also ask on the old Usenet newsgroups
Hi Fred, Is the flash red light coming from the monitor or from somewhere else, such as the Power LED? If it's the monitor, you likely have a bad ROM (Read-Only Memory) chip that needs replacing