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#1 pjduplooy ONLINE  

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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 2:26 PM

Hi guys

 

Anyone have a Mini Memory LBLA (in .wav or .dsk format) that I can use in JS00'er?

 



#2 arcadeshopper OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 3:03 PM

it comes with classic99 i believe.. easy to grab it



#3 pjduplooy ONLINE  

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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 3:05 PM

Hi arcadeshopper. 

 

It is an .obj file for classic99.  I need a wav for js99'er (or could a disk work?)



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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 3:07 PM

probably could import that into a disk image.. 

 

I would think that would be in the dev area's resources page but it's not..



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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 3:23 PM

untested one: (don´t have a .WAV)

 

Attached File  Line-by-Line Assembler (1982)(Texas Instruments)req. PHM 3058.dsk   180KB   13 downloads



#6 mizapf OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 3:48 PM

This is a synthetic wave; it is loaded by MAME, but I don't know whether it works for a real console. It uses a square wave instead of the reverse sawtooth (don't know the name of that wave form).

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#7 pjduplooy ONLINE  

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Posted Thu Oct 4, 2018 9:03 PM

Thank you guys

 

The wav file works perfectly in JS99'er (as well as Classic99!!)



#8 FarmerPotato OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Nov 23, 2018 3:57 PM

I have not been able to get any of the LBLA.wav files to load into:

 

Beige TI-99/4A with F18A.

Mini Memory.

Single cassette cable, white going to PC headphone jack.

I have tried adjusting the volume, as in the old days, but no go. "Error - No Data Found" every time.

 

Sigh.

I am about to try to make an actual cassette out of it.



#9 arcadeshopper OFFLINE  

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Posted Fri Nov 23, 2018 7:03 PM

I have not been able to get any of the LBLA.wav files to load into:

 

Beige TI-99/4A with F18A.

Mini Memory.

Single cassette cable, white going to PC headphone jack.

I have tried adjusting the volume, as in the old days, but no go. "Error - No Data Found" every time.

 

Sigh.

I am about to try to make an actual cassette out of it.

 

It may be the sound card on the peecee..  I've had problems with newer systems.. ended up with a bluetooth cassette device that works perfect

 

Greg



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Posted Fri Nov 23, 2018 9:08 PM

 

It may be the sound card on the peecee..  I've had problems with newer systems.. ended up with a bluetooth cassette device that works perfect

 

Greg

Bingo. LBLA Remastered  loads  from the headphone jack on my Mac. But, it doesn't run, just blank cyan screen.



#11 FarmerPotato OFFLINE  

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Posted Sat Nov 24, 2018 1:45 PM

Bingo. LBLA Remastered  loads  from the headphone jack on my Mac. But, it doesn't run, just blank cyan screen.

 

Actually, LBLA runs fine now.

 

My sidecar project was fighting over the module ROM space. It is killing memory reads from the module ROM when address line A9 is high. So, every other 64 bytes is garbage. I noticed that the ROM ref/def table was partly trashed.


Edited by FarmerPotato, Sat Nov 24, 2018 1:48 PM.


#12 FarmerPotato OFFLINE  

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Posted Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:07 AM

 

Actually, LBLA runs fine now.

 

My sidecar project was fighting over the module ROM space. It is killing memory reads from the module ROM when address line A9 is high. So, every other 64 bytes is garbage. I noticed that the ROM ref/def table was partly trashed.

 

All good now. 

 

 

I had been lazy and had a LVC245A reading the side port data bus all the time. When I removed this load from the data bus, the module space >6000 and  >7000 went back to correct behavior, i.e. able to supply their data correctly in all cases.

 

I am now up to 256 bytes of test program in LBLA.






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