My (modest)

Amiga Rules

My Last A2000 Hardware Configuration
(Picture does not show second tower or new monitor)

Zip to specific info My omniscsi chain My gvpscsi chain My gvpscsi chain Gory details My Flicker-free screen My modem My DCTV monitor My WorkBench

I normally run my system on a 16-bit (512 color) 1024x768 resolution screen, but with AmigaOS3.9 it insists that I use 64,000 colors. I keep my workbench simple with default Opus background and MagicWB icons. My system has 4 serial ports & 4 parallel ports (Standard A2000 has 1 SER & 1 PAR, Combo card has 1 SER & 1 PAR, & MFCIII Card has 2 SER & 2 PAR ports). I use these ports for DCTV, Digital Sound Studio, Modem, NULL-Modem connection, etc. It is nice to have multiple ports and never have to swap them around.

I must be like the king of recycling old unwanted computer components. I realize that none of my CD-Roms are nearly as fast as most other people's, but I don't need the speed. I don't have hoards of CDs, so by having 4 CD Rom drives running I increase the amount of files I continually have access to. I still have a few more old CD Rom drives sitting around, but I will have to start a 3rd chain to add them. Now, power is becoming an issue. I wonder how many more devices I can add before I start tripping the circuit breaker for this section of the house.

Click here to give my WorkBench a peek.

If anyone has any questions or comments about Amiga programs, the Amiga in general, or programs that I recommend, I would be more than happy to lend my experience.

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