Atari ST Help

From: Al Hartman <>
Date: Fri Feb 7 11:06:01 2003

Hi Curt!

Yes, I know about that site, but they want WAY too
much money for a used adapter for an old computer.

You would think that at this point, they'd be about
$20.00 or so, since I can buy whole ST's for about
that price. I just can't justify spending $150.00 or
more to put a hard drive on a $20.00 computer.

I just want to play...

So, I'll keep looking. Maybe I'll spot something cheap
on eBay or at the Trenton Computer Festival in May.

AERCO was a small Texas company that made little
gadgets for the Atari ST, Amiga and Timex/Sinclair
computers. When I worked for Zebra Systems, Inc. We
sold their products...


> From: "Curt Vendel" <>
> Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 10:13:41 -0500
> Hi Al,
> Never heard of that particular memory board
> before, don't know where you can get a manual.
> For a HD you can go to and buy
> a "ICD LINK" Adapter which will give your DMA/ASCI
> port full SCSI capabilities, also ask them about
> ExtenDOS Gold, its a drivers disk that will allow
> the TOS to recognize and use CD-ROM drives too, they
> also have a large selection of ST software on
> Curt
Received on Fri Feb 07 2003 - 11:06:01 GMT

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