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This is my page of Atari modifications. Listed below are some of the better modifications for the 8bit line of Atari computers. Most of these mods are for the 65XE, 400, 800, 800XL, 130XE and 1200XL as these are the only ones I have access to. If you find any inaccuracies on any of these pages, please let me know so I can correct it. Thanks and have fun.

Oh, I was informed that there were some errors/typo still. I hope I got them all this time. Thanks to everyone that keeps me on my toes.

 

  The Atari 8 bit WebRing

 

  Star Raiders - One Great Game,

 

  How to build a 1 chip SIO2PC Interface Cable (14C89/75C189)

 

  1 chip SIO2PC interface page (14C89/75C189)

 

  2 chip SIO2PC interface page (MAX233/14C89 - CA3086)

 

  Original 2 chip SIO2PC interface page (MAX232 - 74LS368)

 

  ProSys / 1050-2-PC interface page (MAX233/14C89 - CA3086)

 

  TTL Video For The Classic Atari

 

  Super Video 2.1XL (for all XLs!)

 

  Super Video for the 130XE

 

  The ClearPic Video Modification for the 1200XL

 

  A SmartOS mod for the XL/XE series (Part 1 & Part 2)

 

  A SmartIDE mod for the XL/XE series (Part 1 & Part 2)

 

  The SmartIDE Software for the XL/XE series

 

  Some pics and schematic of the SmartIDE interface in a 1200XL

 

  S-Video and the 8bit Atari

 

  A speaker for the Atari 800XL, 130XE or 1200XL computers

 

  A hard reset switch for the 400/800 computers

 

  The RVerter SIO to RS232 interface

 

  The ICD USDoubler for the Atari 1050 disk drive

 

  How to clone the ICD USDoubler for the Atari 1050 disk drive

 

  Bob Woolley's OK to reprint articles from Atari Classics

Some links to other Atari sites.

    The APE / ProSys Home Page by Steve Tucker
    The SIO2PC home page by Nick Kennedy
    Emulator's Inc. (PC-Xformer 8bit Emulator) by Darek Mihocha
    Rainbow (MAC 8bit Emulator) by Chris Lam
    Closer To Home by Tom Hunt
    Logon to BBS Express! Professional via telnet by Tom Hunt

Portions of these pages are copyright Steven Tucker, Steve Turner, Nick Kennedy, Bob Woolley and Atari Classics.

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These pages created and maintained by Clarence Dyson
Online since May 6, 1996
Updated:

Copyright 2002 Clarence Dyson. All rights reserved.
Any reproduction, duplication, or distribution in any form
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