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Name Harrison
AKA Dave

Welcome to my page. I'm Harrison (aka Dave), and am the owner, developer and administrator of and its associated network.


Current involvement with

I'm is currently involved in all areas of classicamiga's ongoing development, and also with the running and administration of the classicamiga servers, the maintenance and updating of all server based code and databases, and development of site content.

This includes:

  • Site setup, updating, coding, administration and moderation.
  • Main site content creation and addition
  • Forum vBulletin software setup, updating, coding, administration and moderation.
  • Wiki site setup, updating, development, coding, administration, moderation and content creation.
  • Amibay site setup, updating, development and some moderation when needed.

Harrison's history with

Originally I started working on in 2001 as a personal website dedicated to the Commodore Amiga home computer, with the site slowly expanding with content as more people became interested in working on the site and its content. In 2006 I redeveloped the site from the ground up, using the content management system Joomla, into the site you see today.

Alongside the main site I also formed a forum dedicated to the Amiga, and was hosted by invisionfree for a number of years until the end of 2006. The forum was then relaunched using the vBulletin forum software and hosted by myself on a dedicated server.

And now I've setup and launched this new Classicamiga Wiki as a replacement for the original FAQs and Tutorials section originally located on the main website. Switching over to a Wiki based site for this content should allow the content to expand as classicamiga members can work on it freely, and it will allow for richer and more detailed content to be created.

How to contact Harrison

You may contact me via email, via the main site contact form, or through the classicamiga forum.

Computer and Video Games Hardware

Amiga Collection

I currently own the following Amigas:

  • Amiga A500 - 68000, 1.2 ROM, OCS, 0.5MB Chip RAM, 0.5MB Fast RAM (trapdoor expansion). Early model with red power LED and C= keys)
  • Amiga A500 - 68000, 1.3 ROM, OCS, 0.5MB Chip RAM, 0.5MB Fast RAM (trapdoor expansion). No other expansions fitted.
  • Amiga A500 Plus - 68000, 2.04 ROM, ECS, 1MB Chip RAM. No other expansions.
  • Amiga A600 - 68000, 3.1 ROM, ECS, 2MB Chip RAM (A601 trapdoor expansion), 2MB Fast RAM (PCMCIA SRAM card), 6GB 2.5" HDD (ClassicWB GAAE + WHDLoad/KGWHD installed).
  • Amiga A1200 - (Blizzard 1230 MK-IV accelerator card) 50MHz 68030, 50MHz 68882 FPU, 3.1 ROM, AGA, 2MB Chip RAM, 32MB Fast RAM, Buffered IDE interface, slimline laptop style DVD-ROM/CD-RW, 40GB HD (SFS file system, ClassicWB, WHDLoad/KGWHD), Power Computing External HD Floppy Drive, Goliath PSU.
  • CD32 - 68020, 3.1 ROM, AGA, 2MB Chip RAM. No Expansions.
  • Amiga A4000 - 68030, 3.0 ROM, AGA, 2MB Chip RAM, 16MB Fast RAM, 52x CD-RW, 60GB 3.5" HDD (SFS File system, ClassicWB, WHDLoad/KGWHD), GVP SCSI Zorro card, SCSI Zip100 Drive, external SCSI CD-Rom drive.

Other gaming systems in my collection

  • Atari 2600
  • Atari 520 STFM
  • Atari 520 STE - 4MB Ram and 1.62/2.06 TOS
  • Microsoft Xbox (softmodded)
  • Microsoft Xbox (V1.1 TSOP modded, upgraded HDD to 80GB)
  • Microsoft Xbox 360 S (Slim) 250GB
  • Nintendo Gameboy B/W - Plus flash cart.
  • Nintendo Gameboy Advance - GBA - Plus Flash cart.
  • Nintendo DS-XL with AceKard 2i AK2i
  • Nintendo - Super Nintendo - SNES with Super Everdrive.
  • Nintendo N64 with Everdrive 64 v2.
  • Nintendo N64 with Z64 Mr. Backup unit. (Recently sold CD64 Plus)
  • Nintendo Gamecube
  • Nintendo Wii (softmodded)
  • Sony Playstation - The original larger PSX, chipped/modded.
  • Sony Playstation 2 - Phat PS2
  • Sony Playstation 2 Slim - Chipped/modded
  • Sony Playstation 3 Slim 320GB
  • Sony PSP - Hardware chipped with UP chip, plus upgraded with custom firmware.
  • Sega Dreamcast

Other computers in my collection

  • Main PC - Intel i7 2600K Sandy Bridge 4GHz, 32GB Corsair XMS3 LP DDR3 1600MHz RAM, Asus P8Z68-V Pro Gen3 Motherboard, XFX ATI 6950 DD 2GB, 1TB SATA2 Boot HDD, 3x 2TB SATA3 Data drives, Sony Optiarc BD-RW, Coolermaster Silent Pro 700W Modular PSU, Coolermaster Sniper Storm Black Edition case.
  • Home server - Intel i3 540 3.06GHz, 8GB Corsair XMS3 LP DDR3 1333MHz, Asus P7H55-M Pro Motherboard, Build in i3 GPU, 500GB SATA2 Boot drive, 3x 2TB SATA2/3 Data drives, NEC 4550 DVD-RW, Coolermaster Silent Pro 700W Modular PSU, Thermaltake Tsunami Case, Akasa Apache Silent Black 120mm case fans, LED case strip lights.
  • Emulation PC (MAME Cabinet) - Intel Q6600 3GHz, 8GB Corsair XMS2 DDR2 800MHz Ram, Asus P5 Deluxe Motherboard, XFX ATI 4870HD 1GB XXX, 500GB SATA2 boot drive, 2x 1TB + 1x 2TB data drives, NEC DVD-RW, Coolermaster GX 500W PSU, Thermaltake Soprano case.
  • Spare PC 1 - Athlon XP 3200+, 1GB 3200 RAM, 800GB HD (740GB HDD + 60GB system HDD), ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB, 500W PSU, NEC DVD-RW, Wireless NIC.
  • Spare PC 2 - Athlon XP 2000+, 1GB 2100 RAM, 260GB HDD (200GB HD + 60GB HD), ATI Radeon 9600 256MB Graphics Card.
  • Windows 98 box - Intel Pentium 2 400MHz, 512MB PC100 RAM, 12GB Quantum Bigfoot HDD, Matrox G400 Max 32MB graphics card, Voodoo 2 12MB GPU, Soundblaster Gold Soundcard
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