That is a well known issue there since just today. Don't worry, go to the forum, they will fix the certificate soon. https://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=41889That's odd about the problem with Atari-Forum, my browser here from work is also complaining that there is a problem with the site's security certificate.
Yes, it has AutoSwitch-Overscan, and it has memory extension. That is definitive a machine which has been expanded not for gaming, but for serious work. To profit from that you need a hard disk or a flash based alternative (UltraSatan, CosmosEx, ...) to be able to install the Overscan driver and to start applications which need more RAM as program-code/data can be loaded from one floppydisk and which can profit from the extended resolution. Some people would be jealous to hear that you have such a machine and use only for gaming and they have to try to find these extensions and integrate by themselves.I'm not hardcore into Atari anyway. I just happen to have three ST's as collateral damage. But as this one turns out to be quite pimped out, I'd like to see if all those goodies actually work.
Yes, that is normal and the memory is detected as well.Sysinfo tells me I have a regular 68000@8MHz, no surprise there. TOS 1.04. No surprise there. 06-04-1989. Blitter and a few others not available, is that normal for an STFM?
You found it by yourself, you have to start it before the desktop is started, otherwise it can not install/enable it. AutoSwitch Overscan is even more powerfull in monochrome monitor, you allmost get 800x600, to be exact, up to 762x576.When I boot with the floppy disc in place or run Overscan.PRG from GEM, I get "Overscan Version 1.6. NOT activated."