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Description: This is a Commodore A500 system with Commodore A1010 external Disk Drive, Commodore A590 Hard Disk, and Commodore 1082S-D2 monitor.  In the A590 is a 1GB SCSI HD, and added to it are a CD-ROM and Zip-100!
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Posted by: TjLaZer at January 05, 2006, 03:59:47 AM

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Comments (9)

January 12, 2007, 03:30:03 AM
Very nice indeed.  That was the hard drive I originally wanted for
my 500+, but I couldn't get one.  I ended up though with a very nice
GVP hard drive, which is excellent.  I presume the Zip plugged straight
into the back of the hard drive, just like mine did into the GVP.  I
may get another Zip to use with my GVP hard drive one day, because
I have lots of mods, and for some reason the sound from my 500+ is
far better than that from the 1200.

Incidentally I have a Wizard three button mouse which used to work fine
with my 1200 - clicking in and out of Opus with the middle button, etc.
Now since rigging up my new Zip drive and attaching my switch box to
the parallel port it refuses to work.  Any ideas?!!!

October 07, 2006, 11:04:11 AM
That is a very very nice setup you have. I would love something similar, but I just don't have the space!

Nice mouse too, and I love the 1010 drives  :-D
January 20, 2006, 09:08:50 PM

You got talnet!  you sure know how to set up your Amigas correctly.......with Corect monitors and all.

Although that Floppy goes best with the A1000

there was one that wa made to match the A500..its the same one made for the CDTV except the CDTV one is black.

Nice Dude!  love your A600 pic as well with the Glden Axe game running.   I had the same identical setup with trackball and all
January 07, 2006, 08:52:38 AM
This mouse works like a treat except that the resolution is very low so you have to use acceleration for the pointer to move at normal speeds  :-)
January 06, 2006, 06:52:19 PM

Weird. The mouse and the mouse pad look like a Sun optical mouse.

I think the "Dale Luck" model was simply a repackaged Sun Mouse with a couple wires switched to make it work on Amiga.  One of the earlier Sun models used a mouse with all the same signals as an Amiga is expecting, just in a different pinout. :lol:
January 06, 2006, 04:46:10 AM
That is an awesome 500 setup! VERY clean!
January 06, 2006, 01:25:03 AM
Weird.  The mouse and the mouse pad look like a Sun optical mouse.
January 05, 2006, 09:34:15 AM
I see you have the same mouse as me!!  ;-)

The mighty "Dale Luck's Boing! Mouse"
 :banana:  :banana:

I salute you with two dancing bananas
January 05, 2006, 08:40:19 AM
Nice setup!
I shudder to think how much all those add-ons would have cost if bought new when they were released.

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