@galaxis !! Such a cool machine. Shame to hear yours bit the dust.
@ajroach42 I still hope to be able to bring it back to working condition one day, but then I don't really have an idea what the problem could be. It's not completely dead, but doesn't boot with a replacement disk either.
Maybe I'll have another go at creating a boot disk now that the TT has an IDE interface and I can set things up in the Atari world...
@galaxis I hope you can get it working.
@ajroach42 Me too ;)
Sorry, didn't mean to derail your thread, but it made me think of the unfinished business with that machine...
@galaxis No worries.
Very few were built (mine has serial number ...000119), and most of those were the 1MB RAM version (non-upgradeable), which was almost useless when they were finally released. No way to connect a floppy drive, and the only way to initially get things on there was some custom serial transfer software. The display is made from two different panels (as visible on the second picture), and has no backlight. The mousepad was difficult.
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