Acorn Archimedes 3000 Repair & Restoration

I recently acquired my first Acorn Archimedes 3000, yet another vintage computer to add to my collection. The machine was in very good condition and came with several accessories and its original box, as well as a matching Acorn AKF-17 CRT display, however it was bought sold-as-seen. The Acorn Archimedes 3000, or A3000, was released in May 1989Continue reading “Acorn Archimedes 3000 Repair & Restoration”

Commodore 64 (ASSY 250425) Board Repairs

Alongside purchasing complete systems, over the past few years I’ve also accumulated a large quantity of incomplete circuit boards for “spares and repairs”, primarily from Commodore computers (VIC-20, VIC-20CR, C64, C64C, C16, Plus/4, C128, etc). I got these for cheap in various job lots, with the intention of fixing up as many as possible andContinue reading “Commodore 64 (ASSY 250425) Board Repairs”

Commodore 64 (ASSY 250469) Board Repairs

Alongside purchasing complete systems, over the past few years I’ve also accumulated a large quantity of incomplete circuit boards for “spares and repairs”, primarily from Commodore computers (VIC-20, VIC-20CR, C64, C64C, C16, Plus/4, C128, etc). I got these for cheap in various job lots, with the intention of fixing up as many as possible andContinue reading “Commodore 64 (ASSY 250469) Board Repairs”

Commodore 64 (ASSY 250466) Board Repairs

Alongside purchasing complete systems, over the past few years I’ve also accumulated a large quantity of incomplete circuit boards for “spares and repairs”, primarily from Commodore computers (VIC-20, VIC-20CR, C64, C64C, C16, Plus/4, C128, etc). I got these for cheap in various job lots, with the intention of fixing up as many as possible andContinue reading “Commodore 64 (ASSY 250466) Board Repairs”

Commodore 64 (ASSY 250407) Board Repairs

Alongside purchasing complete systems, over the past few years I’ve also accumulated a large quantity of incomplete circuit boards for “spares and repairs”, primarily from Commodore computers (VIC-20, VIC-20CR, C64, C64C, C16, Plus/4, C128, etc). I got these for cheap in various job lots, with the intention of fixing up as many as possible andContinue reading “Commodore 64 (ASSY 250407) Board Repairs”

Commodore 128 Repair & Restoration

A while back I got my hands on my first Commodore 128, yet another 1980s 8-bit computer to add to my collection. The machine was in good condition and came with several accessories and its original box, however it was sold as “untested”. The Commodore 128, or C128, is the last 8-bit home computer that was commercially released by CBM, and isContinue reading “Commodore 128 Repair & Restoration”

Commodore 64 “Silver Label” Repair & Restoration

A while back I got my hands on my first Commodore 64 “silver label”, yet another 1980s 8-bit computer to add to my collection. The machine was in good condition and came with several accessories and its original box, however it was sold as “untested”. The Commodore 64 “silver label” was a limited edition ofContinue reading “Commodore 64 “Silver Label” Repair & Restoration”

Commodore C16 Repair, Restoration, & Upgrade

A while back I got my hands on my first Commodore C16, yet another 1980s 8-bit computer to add to my collection. The machine was in good condition and came with several accessories and its original box, however it was sold as “untested”. The Commodore C16 was one of the Commodore 264 line of 8-bitContinue reading “Commodore C16 Repair, Restoration, & Upgrade”

Commodore Plus/4 Repair & Restoration

A while back I got my hands on my first Commodore Plus/4, yet another 1980s 8-bit computer to add to my collection. The machine was in good condition and came with several accessories and its original box, however it was sold as “untested”. The Commodore Plus/4 was one of the Commodore 264 line of 8-bitContinue reading “Commodore Plus/4 Repair & Restoration”

Commodore C116 Repair & Restoration

A while back I got my hands on my first Commodore C116, yet another 1980s 8-bit computer to add to my collection. The machine was in good condition and came with several accessories and its original box, however it was sold as “untested”. The Commodore C116 was the last of the Commodore 264 line ofContinue reading “Commodore C116 Repair & Restoration”