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Thierry Nouspikel

Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:54 PM

Does anyone have a current, good, email address for Thierry Nouspikel? I need to contact him. Thanks.

Large DSRs

Wed Feb 20, 2019 9:10 AM

Is anyone aware of a DSR for a TI Peripheral that exceeds 64K?

Collecting .bin files

Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:42 AM

As most of you know, I provide an EPROM service to the community as "Hummingbird EPROMs". I am also a avid .bin file collector (TI and otherwise). My collection strives to reproduce the history (good and bad) in the evolution of TI and other peripheral devices as well as providing a database for the replacement of defective DSRs. There are still some notable gaps in my collection that I would like to fill with help from the community. Notably, the buggy HFDC V12 and V13 DSRs (either source or .bin), The Dijit CorComp RS232 DSR (to co-exist with the AVPC card), and any of the SCSI DSR versions. The interim (and buggy) versions provide a valuable insight into what was done right and what was done wrong in arriving at a flawless, working final product. The comparison can be a valuable tool in producing future DSR upgrades and also as an archive to preserve a part of TI history. I would like to encourage anyone who would like to share any of these (or other) DSR files to send them to my email address:  Rmcarmany@gmail.com. 



MG Upgrade for the CorComp RS232 card

Mon Feb 18, 2019 4:47 AM

Miller's Graphics came up with upgrades for the TI, Myarc, and CorComp RS232 cards that allowed them to use the shared interrupt line and co-exist with the Dijit AVPC card. I have the TI and Myarc versions and am looking for the CorComp version. Does anyone have the source code or have a modified card that they could dump the DSR from? Thanks!

Help in converting EA5 Files to a .bin

Sat Feb 2, 2019 2:14 PM

I have a couple of EA5 files that I would like to convert to a .bin file to burn into an EPROM. Any ideas how to do it? The files are attached.