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Old 05 February 2008, 08:43   #3
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And another way is to use the Advanced Amiga Analyzer (look up the Amiga Hardware website). There is also a software disk for this which can be used without the hardware.

The hardware will also show the voltage levels on some of the pins, which are required for some devices. Instead of that hardware, you could very carefully use a multimeter (if you have experience) or an external serial device which requires that power. The amiga owners manual should say which voltage is expected on which pins.
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