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jailer
1st March 2009, 21:47
well lads made a start on the a1200 2nite by removing all the keys and soaking them in hyrogen peroixde .... just waiting on my new escom a1200hd case from ebay and the jae apadtor then this party can start .. the following will be done

clean keyboard keys (doing now)
remove old hard drive and install 1gig cf card
install board into new case
install ide interface with dvd rom drive
install 8meg ram card
install classicwb
reinstall all whdloader and games (resigered of course)
sit and drool

thats about it lol

will post pics when i get my phone back from the other half (will aplogize for pic quality now)

jailer
4th March 2009, 03:36
ok update so far

nice new case
http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i15/jaileruk/DIGI0002.jpg


can you tell which been cleaned
http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i15/jaileruk/DIGI0007.jpg


how it stands as of now
http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i15/jaileruk/DIGI0005.jpg



will post more detailed pics as the unit comes together hopefully in the next couple days

Zetr0
4th March 2009, 17:54
COMMODORE SPEAKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

davideo
5th March 2009, 00:33
I'm happy to see the floppy drive in use :D

Dave G 8)

scrappysphinx
5th March 2009, 00:41
i didn't know they were commodore speakers lol.
I gave a set of those away last week.

T_Hairy_Bootson
5th March 2009, 04:46
Which monitor is that? I don't think I have seen one of those before.

I love these W.I.P threads, document it well jailer! :D

Harrison
6th March 2009, 02:22
That monitor is a Commodore 1084ST. I've got one of those that was given to me for free with my A4000 many years ago.

It's basically a 1084 monitor, but in a more PC VGA style casing with a tilt and swivel base, so more suited to the big box Amigas than the 1084S with its flat fixed base.

One thing I have noticed about the 1084ST is that it seems to generate a lot more charge than a standard 1084S. You can feel it when using one and it generates a noticeable humming frequency that can give you a headache after some time using one. And it isn't just my one. A friend's is also the same. I prefer using Philips Monitors instead of Commodore ones.

T_Hairy_Bootson
6th March 2009, 06:27
All my 1084s used to do that high pitched humming noise, the rest of the family couldnt hear it but I could pretty much tell from any room in the house if I had left one on. :wink: