AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart Burning Service
AmigaOS 3.1.4 ROM Burning Service for Amiga A1200
AmigaOS 3.1.4 ROM Burning Service for Amiga A1200, within this service we will burn the AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart ROM files to 2 x physical kickstart ROMs both HI and LO which can be installed in your real Amiga 1200.
What you will receive:
  • Physical AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart HI ROM
  • Physical AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart LO ROM
NOTE NO License is included for AmigaOS 3.1.4 or 6x floppy ADF files are included, this is purley a burning service, However we are able to supply AmigaOS 3.1.4 inc Kickstart ROM and AmigaOS ADF disks here
The Process:
This service requires proof of your purchase of the digital version of AmigaOS 3.1.4 (for example screenshot of your purchase from the Hyperion website). Please note ONLY customers who already bought digital version of AmigaOS 3.1.4 can purchase this service. If the buyer is unable to provide proof of the purchase from the Hyperion website the transaction will be cancelled and funds will be refunded minus any processing fees (if Paypal was used to purchase this service).
Providing Proof:
We have provided a very easy way to upload proof of ownership below, simply upload a screenshot of confirmation of the order from the Hyperion website or a screenshot of the confirmation email using the upload tool below.
We are proud to be an official Hyperion reseller.  
 £ 10.83 Excl. VAT Select options
Macintosh SE/30 Logic Board Recapped
Macintosh SE/30 Recapping Service (Premium)
Macintosh SE/30 recapping service (premium), all board revisions, all electrolytic capacitors are replaced. The Mac SE/30 board is recapped using high quality capacitors. NOTE this is NOT a repair service, the Macintosh SE/30 needs to be in working order.
  • Removal of existing capacitors.
  • Clean-up and preparation of area.
  • Replace all surface mount capacitors using Polymer capacitors.
  • Replace 2 x Axial capacitors using high quality standard electrolytic capacitors (these are not available in axial form).

Did you know?
The Macintosh SE/30 was released in the UK in 1989 which came with an 68030 Motorola CPU running at 16mhz. It came with either 1Mb or 4Mb ram which is upgradeable to 128Mb. The Mac SE/30 was discontinued in 1991 and was replaced with the Macintosh Classic II.
 £ 44.16 Excl. VAT Add to basket
Amiga 1200/600 Gotek Drive CLEAR
Amiga 1200 Gotek Drive, CLEAR/TRANSPARENT Mount, OLED Display and FlashFloppy
Amiga 1200 Gotek drive is a great replacement for your failing Amiga 1200 floppy drive or you wish to simply replace it with a Gotek drive. These are plug and play in that you simply remove your existing floppy drive and replace it with this unit (you use your existing bracket). 3 new screws will also be supplied to secure the Gotek drive to your Amiga. You will need a USB memory stick (NOT included) with your loaded ADF files.
What are ADF files?
ADF files is the standard Amiga Disk Format for floppy disk images. no different to Sega or Nintendo roms, ADF's are images of Amiga floppy disk games. Not only could you have access to a huge back catalogue of retro Amiga games, but there are still brand new games being released today, for example: Raid over Moscow or Bridge Strike these are all available as ADF files. But you not limited to games or programs, but you have access to tons of Amiga demos (if your into that scene).
What are gotek drives in detail? Read here What is FlashFloppy check out this link Want to know even more about them, checkout retro32.com's review of them here Also checkout one of our favorite youtube streamers TheGebs24 and her views on the Gotek drive!
 £ 34.99 Excl. VAT Read more
Amiga 2000 Recapped
Amiga A2000 Recapping Service (Standard)
Amiga A2000 recapping service, all board revisions, NOTE this is NOT a repair service.
  • Check of the board before recapping is begun.
  • Removal of existing capacitors.
  • Cleanup and preparation of area.
  • Replace using Panasonic/Wurth/KEMET capacitors.
  • Retest (Video, Audio, Floppy Boot, SCSI (if HDD is present).
Want to know more about recapping, check out our FAQ's
Overseas recapping orders
Overseas orders are very welcome and we are able to provide you return shipping costs at the checkout. To do this add any of our recapping services to your shopping basket and then at the checkout simply fill in the billing and shipping form including your telephone and email address (important) and click the 'Request a quote' link. You will receive an email within 24hrs with the shipping cost and you can then proceed with the order by clicking on the 'Complete your order' within the email. There is no need to leave the checkout page open your web browser.    
 £ 45.83 Excl. VAT Add to basket
72-Pin Simm Socket/Slot – Amiga 4000
72-Pin Simm Socket/Slot – Amiga 4000
72 Pin Simm Socket/Slot replacement for the Amiga 4000 Desktop These are brand new and are the correct socket for the Commodore Amiga 4000 Desktop or the Amiga 4000 Replica project. Specifications
  • Pitch: 1.27 mm
  • Termination Style: Through Hole
  • Contact Plating: Tin
  • Mounting Angle: 22 deg
We also offer 72 Pin Simm Socket replacement service here     
 £ 7.49 Excl. VAT Add to basket
Amiga 1200 Case Translucent A1200.NET
Amiga 1200 Case Brand New Translucent
New Official Amiga 1200 cases from A1200.net features and enhancements! What's included?
  • Top case including enhancements
  • Bottom case including enhancements
  • Enhanced bottom trapdoor with extra vents.
  • Enhanced rear trapdoor + extra plastic holder DVI / VGA shaped hole.
  • Rubber feet
  • Set of screws
How are these brand new?
In 2016 840 Amiga users made it possible in supporting a Kickstarter to reproduce the Amiga 12000 case lead by Philippe Lang, the new A1200 cases are made using Injection Molding manufacturing technique to produce top and bottom shells as well as trapdoors and parts. The process implies the use of 3 new moulds, the first one is for the top shell, second mould for the bottom shell and last one for trapdoors and parts, all produced using brand new moulds.
Enhancements galore:
The Amiga community has never died and some have produced some great add-ons over the years to make sure the Amiga is still relevant and useful today as it was back in the 80's/early 90s and these cases take full advantage of that weather that's simply transferring your existing motherboard from your existing Amiga 1200 or have a luxury of installing a MiST FPGA Board. Below are few more enhancements: [accordion] [pane title="External CF Adaptor" start=open] A CF slot can be open up on the side of the A1200 case to allow easy access to what would be the CF card within the A1200 itself. [/pane] [pane title="MiST FPGA Board"] MiST is a FPGA based modern board that implements classic 16bit computers like the Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and 8bit systems like the Commodore 64, ZX-Spectrum, MSX, Atari XL/VCS, Apple II, Colecovision, Sega Master System, NES, SNES as well as Arcade machines. The primary difference between the MiST is that its NOT emulation. The new A1200 case has mounts to mount the MiST FPGA within the A1200 case. [/pane] [pane title="Raspberry PI"] Yes you can mount a Raspberry PI 2/3 within the new A1200 case with the use of the mounts already part of the case for a nice clean solution. [/pane] [pane title="Keyrah V2"] [caption id="attachment_18644" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Keyrah V2 Keyrah V2 for the Amiga 1200/600, C64, VIC 20 and C16[/caption] Keyrah V2 is an IO adaptor that allows you to use the original keyboards of the Commodore Amiga 600 and 1200, Commodore 64, VIC-20 and C-16 within their respective cases. The purpose of this you can then install a Raspberry PI which uses the original keyboard of that computer and providing 2 x D9 ports. The new Amiga 1200 case has mounts are located at middle top of bottom shell. This location make the keyboard adapter available for Raspberry Pi or MiST board. Original Amiga 1200 keyboard ribbon will fit nicely just at the right place on the keyboard adapter board. I/O connectors are accessible through rear panel I/O slots. [/pane] [/accordion]   So what are the differences between the original Commodore case and the New A1200 case?
  • The plastic is 100% UV proof to avoid case turning yellow over time.
  • Screw brass inserts in all 6 new screw towers for smooth operations. No more broken plastic clips!
  • Bottom trapdoor offers better cooling with extra vents and 3x rear trapdoors are available: Plain door, VGA hole, DVI hole, perfect for the Re-Amiga
  • Supports for: Raspberry Pi©, MiST© FPGA, Keyrah© V2 keyboard adapter, RapidRoad© DoubleUSB  and Lotharek© HxC Floppy emulator
 £ 82.50 Excl. VAT Read more
Amiga 1200 Case Black A1200.NET
Amiga 1200 Case Brand New Black
New Official Amiga 1200 cases from A1200.net features and enhancements! What's included?
  • Top case including enhancements
  • Bottom case including enhancements
  • Enhanced bottom trapdoor with extra vents.
  • Enhanced rear trapdoor + extra plastic holder DVI / VGA shaped hole.
  • Rubber feet
  • Set of screws
How are these brand new?
In 2016 840 Amiga users made it possible in supporting a Kickstarter to reproduce the Amiga 12000 case lead by Philippe Lang, the new A1200 cases are made using Injection Molding manufacturing technique to produce top and bottom shells as well as trapdoors and parts. The process implies the use of 3 new moulds, the first one is for the top shell, second mould for the bottom shell and last one for trapdoors and parts, all produced using brand new moulds.
Enhancements galore:
The Amiga community has never died and some have produced some great add-ons over the years to make sure the Amiga is still relevant and useful today as it was back in the 80's/early 90s and these cases take full advantage of that weather that's simply transferring your existing motherboard from your existing Amiga 1200 or have a luxury of installing a MiST FPGA Board. Below are few more enhancements: [accordion] [pane title="External CF Adaptor" start=open] A CF slot can be open up on the side of the A1200 case to allow easy access to what would be the CF card within the A1200 itself. [/pane] [pane title="MiST FPGA Board"] MiST is a FPGA based modern board that implements classic 16bit computers like the Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and 8bit systems like the Commodore 64, ZX-Spectrum, MSX, Atari XL/VCS, Apple II, Colecovision, Sega Master System, NES, SNES as well as Arcade machines. The primary difference between the MiST is that its NOT emulation. The new A1200 case has mounts to mount the MiST FPGA within the A1200 case. [/pane] [pane title="Raspberry PI"] Yes you can mount a Raspberry PI 2/3 within the new A1200 case with the use of the mounts already part of the case for a nice clean solution. [/pane] [pane title="Keyrah V2"] [caption id="attachment_18644" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Keyrah V2 Keyrah V2 for the Amiga 1200/600, C64, VIC 20 and C16[/caption] Keyrah V2 is an IO adaptor that allows you to use the original keyboards of the Commodore Amiga 600 and 1200, Commodore 64, VIC-20 and C-16 within their respective cases. The purpose of this you can then install a Raspberry PI which uses the original keyboard of that computer and providing 2 x D9 ports. The new Amiga 1200 case has mounts are located at middle top of bottom shell. This location make the keyboard adapter available for Raspberry Pi or MiST board. Original Amiga 1200 keyboard ribbon will fit nicely just at the right place on the keyboard adapter board. I/O connectors are accessible through rear panel I/O slots. [/pane] [/accordion]   So what are the differences between the original Commodore case and the New A1200 case?
  • The plastic is 100% UV proof to avoid case turning yellow over time.
  • Screw brass inserts in all 6 new screw towers for smooth operations. No more broken plastic clips!
  • Bottom trapdoor offers better cooling with extra vents and 3x rear trapdoors are available: Plain door, VGA hole, DVI hole, perfect for the Re-Amiga
  • Supports for: Raspberry Pi©, MiST© FPGA, Keyrah© V2 keyboard adapter, RapidRoad© DoubleUSB  and Lotharek© HxC Floppy emulator
 £ 82.50 Excl. VAT Read more
Amiga 1200 Case White A1200.NET
Amiga 1200 Case Brand New White
New Official Amiga 1200 cases from A1200.net features and enhancements! What's included?
  • Top case including enhancements
  • Bottom case including enhancements
  • Enhanced bottom trapdoor with extra vents.
  • Enhanced rear trapdoor + extra plastic holder DVI / VGA shaped hole.
  • Rubber feet
  • Set of screws
How are these brand new?
In 2016 840 Amiga users made it possible in supporting a Kickstarter to reproduce the Amiga 12000 case lead by Philippe Lang, the new A1200 cases are made using Injection Molding manufacturing technique to produce top and bottom shells as well as trapdoors and parts. The process implies the use of 3 new moulds, the first one is for the top shell, second mould for the bottom shell and last one for trapdoors and parts, all produced using brand new moulds.
Enhancements galore:
The Amiga community has never died and some have produced some great add-ons over the years to make sure the Amiga is still relevant and useful today as it was back in the 80's/early 90s and these cases take full advantage of that weather that's simply transferring your existing motherboard from your existing Amiga 1200 or have a luxury of installing a MiST FPGA Board. Below are few more enhancements: [accordion] [pane title="External CF Adaptor" start=open] A CF slot can be open up on the side of the A1200 case to allow easy access to what would be the CF card within the A1200 itself. [/pane] [pane title="MiST FPGA Board"] MiST is a FPGA based modern board that implements classic 16bit computers like the Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and 8bit systems like the Commodore 64, ZX-Spectrum, MSX, Atari XL/VCS, Apple II, Colecovision, Sega Master System, NES, SNES as well as Arcade machines. The primary difference between the MiST is that its NOT emulation. The new A1200 case has mounts to mount the MiST FPGA within the A1200 case. [/pane] [pane title="Raspberry PI"] Yes you can mount a Raspberry PI 2/3 within the new A1200 case with the use of the mounts already part of the case for a nice clean solution. [/pane] [pane title="Keyrah V2"] [caption id="attachment_18644" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Keyrah V2 Keyrah V2 for the Amiga 1200/600, C64, VIC 20 and C16[/caption] Keyrah V2 is an IO adaptor that allows you to use the original keyboards of the Commodore Amiga 600 and 1200, Commodore 64, VIC-20 and C-16 within their respective cases. The purpose of this you can then install a Raspberry PI which uses the original keyboard of that computer and providing 2 x D9 ports. The new Amiga 1200 case has mounts are located at middle top of bottom shell. This location make the keyboard adapter available for Raspberry Pi or MiST board. Original Amiga 1200 keyboard ribbon will fit nicely just at the right place on the keyboard adapter board. I/O connectors are accessible through rear panel I/O slots. [/pane] [/accordion]   So what are the differences between the original Commodore case and the New A1200 case?
  • The plastic is 100% UV proof to avoid case turning yellow over time.
  • Screw brass inserts in all 6 new screw towers for smooth operations. No more broken plastic clips!
  • Bottom trapdoor offers better cooling with extra vents and 3x rear trapdoors are available: Plain door, VGA hole, DVI hole, perfect for the Re-Amiga
  • Supports for: Raspberry Pi©, MiST© FPGA, Keyrah© V2 keyboard adapter, RapidRoad© DoubleUSB  and Lotharek© HxC Floppy emulator
 £ 82.50 Excl. VAT Read more
Amstrad CPC 6128 Gotek Drive
Amstrad CPC 6128 Gotek Drive, OLED Display, FlashFloppy
Amstrad CPC 6128 Gotek Drive is a great replacement for your failing Amstrad CPC 6128 3" floppy drive or you wish to simply replace it with a Gotek drive. These are plug and play and come pre flashed with FlashFloppy. installation is simple, you simply remove your existing floppy drive and replace it with this unit, the Gotek drive also comes with the correct interface cable and modified power lead. You will need a USB memory stick (NOT included) with your loaded DSK files but we offer an option for a pre-configured USB stick below.
What's included?
  • Amstrad CPC 6128 Gotek Drive and mount.
  • Modified Ribbon Cable.
  • Modified Power Cable.
What are DSK files?
DSK files is the standard Amstrad CPC 6128 disk images (including Spectrum +3) for floppy disk images. No different to Sega or Nintendo roms, DSK files are images of Amstrad CPC 6128 games and programs. Not only could you have access to a huge back catalogue of retro Amstrad CPC 6128 games and programs, but there are still brand new games being released today, for example: The Shadows Of Sergoth or the awesome Pinball Dreams (Preview) these are all available as DSK files.
What are gotek drives in detail? Read here What is FlashFloppy check out this link
 £ 41.66 Excl. VAT Select options
Amiga OS 3.1.4
AmigaOS 3.1.4 for Amiga A4000 Official Licenced Bundle
AmigaOS 3.1.4 for Amiga A4000, this product includes:
  • 2 x Physical 3.1.4 Kickstart ROMs (HI & LO) to be installed in your real Amiga.
  • Unique AmigaOS 3.1.4 serial number (to enable you to download the official AmigaOS digital files which includes AmigaOS ADF files Workbench, Install, Storage, Fonts, Extras, Locale) and the digital 3.1.4 ROM file from the Hyperion website)
  • Official AmigaOS 3.1.4 Disk Labels (6 in total)
  • Manual
We can also offer a preloaded CF Card of your choice with or without CF IDE adaptor/Ribbon as an option below.
No 3.5" floppy disks?
No problem, getting 6 x 3.5" floppy disks that work are in short supply, however we can offer a solution, we have a selection of Gotek drives which replaces your internal 3.5" floppy drive which will enable you to use the AmigaOS ADF files easily just by putting them on a USB stick (available as an option) , Gotek drives are available here Want to know what a Gotek Drive is? Check out our guide here

What is AmigaOS 3.1.4?

The new, cleaned-up, polished Amiga operating system for your 68K machine fixes all the small annoyances that have piled up over the years. Originally intended as a bug-fix release, it also modernizes many system components previously upgraded in OS 3.9.
Contrary to its modest revision number, AmigaOS 3.1.4 is arguably as large an upgrade as OS 3.9 was, and surpasses it in stability and robustness. Over 320K of release notes cover almost every aspect of your favourite classic AmigaOS -- from bootmenu to datatypes.
Some key features:
  • Over 20 Kickstart ROM modules and many more disk-based core OS components were fixed, updated, or added.
  • Native support for all Motorola 68000-68060 CPUs, and a more robust Auto-Configuration process.
  • Support for large hard disks, including boot, for any OS 2.x/3.x-compliant controller driver supporting HD_SCSI_CMD, TD_64 and/or NSD. Dedicated boot partitions are a thing of the past, even on legacy devices. You can also use variably-sized "super floppies".
  • modernized Workbench as powerful as the OS 3.9 version, including new or refreshed Preference editors in the legacy OS 3.1-"GadTools" style. Its tools such as DiskCopy and Format fully support large media. Printer, hard disk and many other support tools have been fixed and upgraded.
  • Remember "Diskdoctor"? It earned its PhD and is now ready to reliably rescue data from your floppies or hard disks.
  • The CLI/Shell and many of its commands have been reworked and modernized, now sporting native support for pipes, softlinks, hardlinks and long filenames. New commands support running Workbench programs from the Shell or upgrading ROM modules.
  • CrossDOS and the CD-ROM filesystem are now smarter, faster, and multi-threaded, adding Rockridge and Joliet extensions as well as UDF.
  • Fully reworked, modernized and bug-fixed printer drivers include support for PCL and PostScript, along with legacy NEC and Epson printers.
  • An optional upgradeable intuition.library provides off-screen dragging of windows for native and P96 RTG screens.
  • colorful, professionally designed icon set is included, along with the traditional four-color icons.
We are proud to be an official Hyperion reseller.  
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AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart Burning Service
AmigaOS 3.1.4 ROM Burning Service for Amiga A4000
AmigaOS 3.1.4 ROM Burning Service for Amiga A4000, within this service we will burn the AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart ROM files to 2 x physical kickstart ROMs both HI and LO which can be installed in your real Amiga 4000.
What you will receive:
  • Physical AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart HI ROM
  • Physical AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart LO ROM
NOTE NO License is included for AmigaOS 3.1.4 or 6x floppy ADF files are included, this is purley a burning service, However we are able to supply AmigaOS 3.1.4 inc Kickstart ROM and AmigaOS ADF disks here
The Process:
This service requires proof of your purchase of the digital version of AmigaOS 3.1.4 (for example screenshot of your purchase from the Hyperion website). Please note ONLY customers who already bought digital version of AmigaOS 3.1.4 can purchase this service. If the buyer is unable to provide proof of the purchase from the Hyperion website the transaction will be canceled and funds will be refunded minus any processing fees (if Paypal was used to purchase this service).
Providing Proof:
We have provided a very easy way to upload proof of ownership below, simply upload a screenshot of confirmation of the order from the Hyperion website or a screenshot of the confirmation email using the upload tool below.
We are proud to be an official Hyperion reseller.  
 £ 10.83 Excl. VAT Select options
AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart Burning Service
AmigaOS 3.1.4 ROM Burning Service for Amiga A3000
AmigaOS 3.1.4 ROM Burning Service for Amiga A3000, within this service we will burn the AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart ROM files to 2 x physical kickstart ROMs both HI and LO which can be installed in your real Amiga 3000.
What you will receive:
  • Physical AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart HI ROM
  • Physical AmigaOS 3.1.4 Kickstart LO ROM
NOTE NO License is included for AmigaOS 3.1.4 or 6x floppy ADF files are included, this is purley a burning service, However we are able to supply AmigaOS 3.1.4 inc Kickstart ROM and AmigaOS ADF disks here
The Process:
This service requires proof of your purchase of the digital version of AmigaOS 3.1.4 (for example screenshot of your purchase from the Hyperion website). Please note ONLY customers who already bought digital version of AmigaOS 3.1.4 can purchase this service. If the buyer is unable to provide proof of the purchase from the Hyperion website the transaction will be canceled and funds will be refunded minus any processing fees (if Paypal was used to purchase this service).
Providing Proof:
We have provided a very easy way to upload proof of ownership below, simply upload a screenshot of confirmation of the order from the Hyperion website or a screenshot of the confirmation email using the upload tool below.
We are proud to be an official Hyperion reseller.  
 £ 10.83 Excl. VAT Select options