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Shake your body (Stacy part 3)

The time arrived to disassemble the body of the Stacy. In general, it wasn’t as difficult as expected, but there is one part that requires to have patience. The first step is disconnect all the cables coming from the body to the screen section (except, in my case, for the LCD power cables that IContinue reading “Shake your body (Stacy part 3)”

The return of the LCD (Stacy part 2)

In part 1, I showed how to remove the back cover of the screen section. The next thing I did was to replace the LCD screen (the light in the original one was not working anymore). This is the current view: Before continuing, let’s talk about the LCD screen: the one used by Atari isContinue reading “The return of the LCD (Stacy part 2)”

Long time ago there was Stacy… (Stacy part 1)

I’m kind of starting backwards, because the Atari Stacy is, at this moment, the last computer I have acquired. But because of that, I’m in the middle of the repairs and upgrades, so everything is fresh and I have taken detailed pictures. Also, I looked for information on how to disassemble and repair the Stacy,Continue reading “Long time ago there was Stacy… (Stacy part 1)”

What’s this all about?

My idea with this blog is to showcase the different vintage computers I have and, when I repair them, document the process to share the knowledge. In general, I’m interested in computers that have some meaning to me: not any vintage computer, and not exclusively the ones that I owned back then. Of course, thereContinue reading “What’s this all about?”