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Re: AmigaOS 4.1 Classic Hardware compatibility list...

Postby Calgor » Sun May 13, 2012 6:03 am

Also the list has Terratec (ESS) Solo1-N TTSOLO1-N VER1.1 -> I have working the exact same card but it is VER1.2 (later PCB).

And in addition to the Acard AEC-7720UW, I have working the Acard AEC-7726Q (hard drive only version, no termination jumper) with a hard drive.

Looks like you can also add Hypercom 3+ to the list: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=348

And further, I have PicassoIV Paloma and Pablo addons that I cannot get to work with OS4.1u4 - so I think if they are included on the compatibility list, then the instructions to get them working properly (and confirmed) should be made available - the instructions I followed on the forum did not work: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=166
Amiga 4000T: CSPPC 604e@233/060@50 146MB RAM/CVPPC/Mediator/Radeon 256MB/Realtek 8029AS/TerraTec Solo1-N/Picasso IV (Paloma Pablo Concierto)/Deneb/ZorRAM 256MB/Indivision AGA MKII/OS4.xBETA/OS4.1u4/OS3.9BB2
AmigaONE X1000: Nemo 2.1 PA6T-1682M@1.8 2GB RAM/Radeon HD 4770 512MB/Catweasel MK4+/Audigy 2 ZS/Realtek 8139D/OS4.xBETA/OS4.1u5
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Re: AmigaOS 4.1 Classic Hardware compatibility list...

Postby danbeaver » Wed May 23, 2012 4:11 am

I found some other compatible Amiga A4000T hardware: A4000T drive rails go by "Enlight 5.25' ' Drive Mounting Rails - Clip Type A " on ?Bay.com, and Amiga-identical AT power supply at http://www.interloper.com/products/inde ... 00&cat=514 at interloper.com (USA). They have other stuff too, like add on PCI slots, risers and stuff http://www.interloper.com/products/index.php?cat=50 .

I mean it is Classic compatible hardware, isn't it?
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Re: AmigaOS 4.1 Classic Hardware compatibility list...

Postby danbeaver » Sun Oct 14, 2012 2:16 am

Let's also add the Thylacine USB board to the list. I works with the Version 1.0 driver (13-JUN-30, but Chris Hodges did his thing with it in 2004 -- a Hex read on the file). It is a USB 1.1 board, but it is USB on an Amiga. In the PC world you need a PCI slot; not many of those when the Zorro II was released.
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