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*Atari - ST (20120212-221253_RC) standard DAT.


**Missin one rom (no public release yet)*
The Atari ST is a home/personal computer that was released by Atari Corporation in 1985 and commercially available from that summer into the early 1990s. The "ST" officially stands for "Sixteen/Thirty-two",[1] which referred to the Motorola 68000's 16-bit external bus and 32-bit internals. Due to its graphical user inferface, it was known as the “Jackintosh”, a reference to Jack Tramiel.

The Atari ST was part of the 16/32 bit generation of home computers, based on the Motorola 68000 CPU noted for 128 kB of RAM or more, a graphical user interface, and 3½" microfloppy disks as storage. It was similar to the Apple Macintosh, but lacked many additional features of the Commodore Amiga, though the simpler design did allow the ST to precede the Amiga's commercial release by almost two months.[2][3] The Atari ST was also one of the first computers to come with a bit-mapped color GUI,[4] using a version of Digital Research's GEM released that February.[5]

The ST was primarily a competitor to the Apple Macintosh and the Commodore Amiga systems. Where the Amiga had a graphics accelerator and wavetable synthesis which gave it the edge in the games and video market, the ST had the CPU slightly faster clocked, and had a high-resolution monochrome display mode, ideal for business and CAD. In some markets, particularly Germany, the machine gained a strong foothold as a small business machine for CAD and Desktop publishing work. The Atari ST also enjoyed some market popularity in Canada.

The ST was also the first home computer with integrated MIDI support. Thanks to its built-in MIDI, it enjoyed success for running music-sequencer software and as a controller of musical instruments among amateurs and professionals alike, being used in concert by bands and performers such as Jean Michel Jarre, Madonna, Tangerine Dream, Fatboy Slim, and 1990s UK dance act 808 State, as well as naming German digital hardcore band Atari Teenage Riot.

The ST was later superseded by the Atari STE, Atari TT, Atari MEGA STE and Falcon computers.


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MarathonMan View Profile
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6 years ago
Cant edit it but I used Atari - ST (20120212-221253_RC) standard DAT.
Humanfly138 View Profile
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6 years ago
I've popped it in at the top for you.
Thanks for the upload by the way. I'm gonna whack this on WinstonX
MarathonMan View Profile
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6 years ago
Thanks, if you can edit the title put 2012-02-12 after the words No-Intro Romset so its(No-Intro Romset 2012-02-12).If you can't or dont want to its no big deal that's just the format I am gonna be using from now on.
Humanfly138 View Profile
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6 years ago
I've just hit a hurdle. The newer ipf format isn't supported on WinstonX is it.
Do you know where I could find a .st set?
MarathonMan View Profile
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6 years ago
Not sure mabey if master13 has upped the ressx one on here you could use that, if not I guess I can up it sometime. But come to think of it IDK if there was atari st extras set, will check sometime on my xbox or pc, but if its there I got to transfer it via file sharing or ftp from xbox, my pcs hardware is failing so I am on netbook atm.
milankooo View Profile
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6 years ago
does anyone know if there is any emulator capable of reading IPF files? tried steem and saint but they don't... :(
Emudude1963 View Profile
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4 years ago
Milankooo. IPF are Amiga Files. WinUAE and Winfellow both use IPS files, but you need the file CAPSImg.dll and put it in the root directory of each emulator to un them.
Kyletempest View Profile
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1 month ago
he talked IPF not IPS...
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