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Windows utility to catalog .DSK files?

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#1 S1500 OFFLINE  


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Posted Mon Mar 29, 2010 1:59 PM

I'm just going to pretend this is a general TI-99/4A forum and be done with it. I'm, uh, developing something.

Is there a Windows utility that can read .DSK files directly to show me the contents? With all these .DSK files I have laying around for emulators, it would be nice to not have to go into disk manager, find out what to run for a program in Editor/Assembler(or EXT basic), then go back to E/A or Ext Basic & run that. Surely, there has to be an easier way.


Wow I have a lot of TI-99/4A game compilations on ZIP files, all in DSK format.

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Posted Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:14 PM

Ti99Dir should do that for you. Also see the pinned topic about TI-99/4A development resources. ;)

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Posted Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:01 PM

TI99Dir should work fine. There's a dropdown menu that has "View .DSK Contents" or something of the like. Fred Kaal designed it and he updates it fairly regularly.

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