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Amiga Marketplace / Re: ATI Pci cards for sale soon
« Last post by pyrre on January 21, 2019, 06:41:44 PM »
I am interested in the 256MB card if it becomes available
According to this sheet the goldstar modules are 4M bit.

edit: corr. typo :D
AROS Research Operating System / Re: AROS for Raspberry Pi
« Last post by Terminills on January 21, 2019, 04:58:56 PM »
Michal is currently working on the native port.   Please follow his progress here.   I would expect the test image will end up on his patreon page though.
Amiga Marketplace / ATI Pci cards for sale soon
« Last post by goldfish on January 21, 2019, 04:18:53 PM »

I have just manage to source a voodoo 3 3dfx card for my mediator A1200 ACA1233n setup so hopefully it will work with the ACA1233n unlike the Ati cards. If the 3dfx card works I will be selling the Ati cards one is a 256mb and one is a 128mb. let me know if you would be interested I will let any amigaworld /amiga.org users have first sales before posting them on ebay.

Miscellaneous / Re: -Apologies in advance- Does anyone here know...
« Last post by Gryfon on January 21, 2019, 01:56:29 PM »
Hi Clint,

Thanks for the heads-up - I did see that post in my investigations into resetting my account.

I ended up using a difference email address to create a temp account to PM one of the admins and they reset the password of my old account for me.

I've since set a new (never before used) password in line with that warning.

Thanks for all your advice.

Miscellaneous / Re: -Apologies in advance- Does anyone here know...
« Last post by clint on January 21, 2019, 01:07:41 PM »
Hi Gryfon

Have you seen this announcement?


NOTICE TO ALL USERS: Update Your Account Password


It has recently been reported by a dozen users here that they have received spam emails citing their actual password and names and trying to exhort bitcoin payment from them.

Some of these passwords in the spam email are the same as used here for their AmigaWorld user account login.

Our System Administrator has checked the AmigaWorld.net server and so far found no evidence of a data breach. However, despite the high standards are security for the AmigaWorld.net server, we are continuing to take these reports very seriously and have already put in process some measures to enhance security.

The password database encryption has been updated. When any user logs in next, you will receive a brief message confirming that your password has been updated to the higher level of encryption.

Additionally we will be introducing a new mandatory standard for passwords shortly:

- minimum of one upper case character
- minimum of one number
- minimum of eight characters

It is come to our attention that some users here have not upgraded their password in many years.

We would ask all users to do the following with immediate effect:

* change your password immediately to the new standard above
* select a secure password that is truly unique to AmigaWorld.net - do not reuse password previously/currently used on other websites.

Any questions or reports should be made privacy@a-eon.co.uk as per this websites privacy policy.

If that does not work for you the only other thing I can suggest is that you register as a new user then you may be able to contact someone on that list and explain your situation regarding your old one.
I managed to remove the simms. I've cleaned everything up and I still got errors.

Though, I think something's a bit fishy here. I remember I ordered my HD8+ with some ram so two of the simms were installed when I got it. I can't remember if I ordered it with 2 or 4 MB though.

Later on 2 more simms were added, I don't remember if it made any difference though.

THe Amiga have read it as 4MB ram though. However, now that I removed them all and cleaned things upp as much as I could I reinstalled two simms and moved the jumpers to the coorect positions. After booting up it still says 4MB. So I changed to the other two simms and the same thing. I located the manual and read a bit. Noticed that the J12 jumper was in the wrong position, it was set for 8MB, so I moved that to the correct position. After reboot here I got a startup error claiming the board was faulty. So, I'm a bit stumped as to what's wrong with these simms, or if it's the board somehow.

Removed all simms and moved all jumpers to 0MB position and everything booted fine.

Including a pic of the simms I have. I have no clue about how to determine the size of them. I'm not surprised that the system have been unstable since this clearly has been wrong from the beginning. My 500 did always crash a lot when using larger amount of ram. The fact that it's been more unstable since I unpacked it again is probably due to some failure with the 32-bit ram that wasn't there before.

So, can anyone tell me what sizes these are?

Amiga Marketplace / For Sale: Amiga 1200, Recapped, 3.0 Roms
« Last post by amigapassion on January 20, 2019, 09:26:54 PM »

I have for sale an Amiga 1200, fully recapped and tested running 3.0 roms, this is for the base unit alone.

I can supply a mouse and or PSU if needed (add extra).



Asking £249 plus shipping and paypal fees.
Miscellaneous / Re: -Apologies in advance- Does anyone here know...
« Last post by Gryfon on January 20, 2019, 07:55:35 PM »
Hi there,

Thanks for the advice - unfortunately that feature requires you to be logged in.

I can’t login which is the basis of my problem.

Thanks anyway!
Amiga Marketplace / Re: WTB: A500 Keyboard
« Last post by Dynamic_Computing on January 20, 2019, 05:26:42 PM »
Three of them up on eBay right now, two listed as working. I bought one from the same vendor two weeks ago and it works fine.
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