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    Default Ian Stedman's ATX PSU to Amiga adapter

    Like the ones on his website :
    http://www.ianstedman.co.uk/Amiga/de...x_adaptor.html

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    or preferably :

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    Thanks for reading

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodpulsar View Post
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    Of course you can hack this up for next to nothing with a bit of solder & heatshrink. Ask here & you shall no doubt receive PZ.

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    Hello Fingerlickin, you mean by using a female adapter taken from a mobo for example and wiring the cables directly ?

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    You will find what you need (and more) here: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=30348

    PZ.

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    Thanks to you ! I will have a look at this, after all i may manage something clean

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    Good stuff man, cheaper & more rewarding to do easy jobs yourself PZ.

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