TRexx-II image (above left) used with permission from the Amiga Hardware Database
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Note: Sadly, Ed Jefferies, who used to work at GVP, passed away on March 14, 2016. :( My condolences to his family in his loss. The Amiga community has lost a great man. :(
Many years ago, I bought a GVP-m A2060 for my Amiga 2500. Shortly after installing it, I had read/write errors on my hard drive, it wouldn't boot-up, etc. After numerous checks for bad termination or loose connections, I finally sent my Amiga 2500 to Software Hut to see if they could straighten it out.
Their technician, Chris Smith, spent a good deal of time trying to get it to work, but was only temporarily successful, since shortly after I got it back, it was up to its usual read/write and "tekscsi2.device" errors. I finally gave up, returned the card for a refund, and put my old Commodore A2630 accelerator back in which worked fine.
Then on June 9, 1999, I bought a refurbished Amiga 4000 (desktop reconfigured in a Power Tower case) from Software Hut that came installed with a GVP-m TRexx A4060 accelerator.
Although that Amiga kicked the bucket around 2003, I now own another Amiga 4000 and am in the process of restoring it. I do not (yet) own a GVP TRexx-II, but would like to buy one. If you know of anyone selling a TRexx-II in good working condition, please let me know!
This page continues as an effort to provide GVP-m A4060/A2060 users with as many answers and resources as possible for these unsupported and mysterious 68060 accelerator cards for the Amiga 4000 and 2000.
Note: The long-sought after v2.2 of Ralph Babel's 68060.library from his Amiga Archive page (which corrects a number of problems for GVP TekMagic 68060) users is now available. Many thanks to Danny Hamon for notifying me of this.