Retrocomputing post archive

  1. A cool Adaptec AHA-1542CP ISA SCSI card
  2. A new old-stock floppy drive
  3. An enigma of a VGA cable
  4. Retrocomputing info is easy to find, until it isn’t
  5. Researching if Commodore’s PCs were profitable
  6. Pronouncing “composite” video
  7. Exploring an incredible Kyoto Hard Off store
  8. A disk-on-module with my Am386
  9. A 30-pin RAM upgrade for my Am386
  10. An Intel i387SL coprocessor for my AMD Am386SX
  11. The ESS AudioDrive ES1868F for sound and IDE
  12. My 386SX’s working Acer MIO-400 IO card
  13. My new ISA/PCI PC diagnostic card
  14. Converting imz floppy disk images
  15. Organising DOS software and drivers in an ISO
  16. Breaking a Commodore 16 key, and retrocomputer storage
  17. Restoring my 1983 “Aldi” Commodore VC-20
  18. The OSs Nico Cartron Uses
  19. Feedback: preventing streaks when retrobrighting
  20. Comparing VIC-20 and C64 cart sizes
  21. I fixed my beautiful little Commodore Plus/4!
  22. That elusive Commodore 128 80-column mode
  23. The Internet’s short memory for retrocomputing
  24. Cathode Ray Dude on retro hardware collecting
  25. Windows 3.1: CD audio MCI driver not installed
  26. Retrocomputing can be more than games
  27. Wouter Groeneveld digresses
  28. Troubleshooting my Commodore 128’s 80-column mode, part one
  29. Douglas Brebner on integration and complexity
  30. Dual-boot NT and NetBSD on the Libretto 70CT