Something I also discovered is that when I start in 060 mode and the screen connected to the SV.
If I then have the cable connected to the SV that is soldered to some points on the main board,
I get weird frequency on the screen. I can get 58Hz, 62,5Hz or 72,5Hz. If I disconnect this cable
from the SV I always get a stable 60Hz when booting. So it seems like the main boards Videl and
clocks provide unstable frequency. I tested to replace the 25MHz crystal but no improvement.
Could it be so bad that the Videl chip is broken?
As I said first, this is a problem that I have seen more and more of lately. So something has
been bad for some time, but now it's broken somehow.
Atari Falcon, 14Mb RAM, CT63, Supervidel, Svetlana, 512Mb RAM, 8Gb CF.
Atari Falcon, 14Mb RAM, 8Gb CF.
Atari 2600 4-switch Woody