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A > ACORN COMPUTER  > Archimedes A7000


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Acorn Computer  Archimedes A7000 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Saturday 4th September 2010
TECH GUY (herefs uk)

My acorn A7000+ has 64Mb of ram and a 20Gb sata hard disk and I adapted dos box to run on it!!!

Monday 27th February 2006
Harris Khairuddin (Bath)

I own an A3000 but recently bought an A7000. The games from my A3000 dont seem to work on the A7000 - they just crash or dont run at all. Is there any workaround?

Saturday 25th September 2004
Malcolm (Frome England)

I am trying to get an A7000 working on a Tandberg TFT moniter which works on most operating sys and
which will display VGA 640 X 480. I have tried a Delete power on as described in the A7000 Welcome Guide, but the display shows a message "Input not support" message.I would be grateful for any suggestions. Many thanks, Malc.

Friday 18th June 2004
Julian O'Connor (UK)

The Archimedes and A???? range use standard SCSI, IDE disks later on. Once I borrowed an IDE disk from an Acorn A7000 to get an PC working. I formatted it and installed Windows ,etc and all was well. Later I put the disk back in the A7000, hoping to boot from ROM and format the disk back for use in the Acorn again. I was somewhat surprised to find that all the data previously on the disk from the Acorn was still there despite having been formatted and used on a PC!

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