Episode 56 – The Hound of Shadow

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I kinda forgot to hit record on the playthrough this week. But seriously, you didn’t miss much. Aaron says he’s going to do a full playthrough on his own. Bug him about it on Google Plus!

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3 thoughts on “Episode 56 – The Hound of Shadow

  • August 25, 2016 at 2:46 am
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    Sad to hear you're not using the CD32, Aaron, in case it gives up the ghost. IMHO you should enjoy it and worry about the repairs later. There's a good argument for keeping them in action to preserve their health, and an unused computer may as well be dead anyway.

  • September 7, 2016 at 11:02 am
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    Agree, if you don't use it then it could be dead now and you won't even know it! Though some people say, as long as you don't use it you have no idea if it's working or not. So, it 'COULD' be working until you turn it on and remove all doubt!
    I powered on my 4000 after just a year of not really using it, was the 4000 that was my main Amiga, and it shows just a purple screen now. This was the 4000 we had at VCFE and we had Greg Berlin trying to help diagnose it. Turns out it might be bad caps. Which is something I'm hoping to get Bill Herd to help teach me soldering of surface mount to try to repair myself and show off on our gurumeditation.org channel. Having a CD32 myself, there are a lot of Surface Mount caps in it, just like any of the later Amigas. So I have a feeling there is more to worry about from the CAPs than the CD-ROM drive. I also do have a dead CD32 for parts. So if your CD-ROM ever does die I know of at least one CD drive available to try to replace it. Have to find some way to test the drive mechanism.
    Lastly, I do love anytime anyone can compare two great things. Dr Who and Amiga!

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