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After cleaning my A600, I connected my new A604n and it’s riserboard.
The board is not recognised by the A600, so I cleaned the gold connectors up and down with a pencil eraser and after that with alcohol.
Still there is no board in the early startup.
Total of memory is 2mb chip with or without expansion.
Is there a way to check it with a tool, or is the card death?
I will install all again and make sure you get the high res pictures.
I didnt want to reposition RapidRoad for the picture and it should be placed there where its on the picture, thats why the ‘long’ cable.
picture is not that great, still figuring out the best video output on the mk3
The history of this A1200 is unknown to me. You know how it works, have an Amiga, time passes and the Amiga is sold. Then the virus catches you and an other Amiga is bought.
Ofcourse I pushed the RapidRoad to the max end, but it wil not connect.
The only way to get the RapidRoad to work is connecting it directly to the mainboard.
I will friendley ask Marvin to try this board in an other 1200, because I dont know anybody in my neigberhood with An Amiga.
I bought an ACA1221LC, a Rapid Road and an Indivision AGA MK3 to update my A1200
After a few days, I connect the Rapid Road to my ACA and installed the latest version of Poseidon, but trident wont start the Rapid Road.
There is no board to connect.
If I connect the Rapid Road to the clockport of the A1200, it works fine.
The ACA1221LC also works like it should (i think), but it seems like the clockport is not working.
I already reset the ACA, but the problem stays.
What can be the problem?
The PSU is a lightweight 4,5 amp.