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  1. Just to check your floppy controller, do you have a 1.44 3-1/2 floppy drive lying around? If so, use a straight cable and the drive will be drive #"2". Be sure to cover the hole on the bottom right of the 1.44 disk before formatting it.
  2. Quest and Pennies are game data files for the Tunnels of Doom module. You either need the module or a disk version of TOD, then load those files.
  3. No, there is no option to change the background colors as I was trying to make it backward compatible with all known TOD games at the time, and add the ability to have up to 8 colored quest images to use. I will get with you if I attempt a major update. Thanks.
  4. Try this PC99 Adv-Editor dsk. ADV-EDITOR-PC99.DSK
  5. Hey Mike, Glad you like the editor, If your asking about the quest items...I found the unused area in the file and colorized three unused blocks of 64b and that's where I added the other 6 quest item images. Between these and the unused original blocks of color, I created the backgrounds for the images. <---- They are setup just like the original 'Rainbow Orb'(4 diff. colors) in different block areas.
  6. Adam, did you mean my zip file contents or the Adventure 13+ collection?
  7. I don't specifically have that package, but here are all the ones I have in a zip. Adventure Module Games 2.zip
  8. No checkbox, just set the time to '0' Owen: "One more: Do the monster numbers (ID numbers) correspond in some way to the frequency they are encountered or the level on which they spawn?" It's more the level they will appear...the higher the # the deeper you'll see them.
  9. No, you need to fill all monster slots. If someone plays the third difficulty level(hardest) and plays all 10 floors you will be seeing those upper monster slots, so you have to fill them. No way to duplicate them, it must be done manually.
  10. Yeah, I'm not sure why I needed to remove 2017 either. On my machine I had VC 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013 & 2017. When I went to install 'Visual Studio 2015, 2017 and 2019_VC_redist.x86.exe' It said I needed to remove a newer version first? So I removed it and reinstalled and it works fine. AND: Thank you for adding Adventure to Classic99, I always seem to be playing ADV & TOD!!!
  11. It's part of MS Visual C++ 2015 runtime library, I had to remove 2017 and reinstall the 'Visual Studio 2015, 2017 and 2019_VC_redist.x86.exe' runtime files. It work great.
  12. Yes, I see this too in 32bit WIN7. The file 'VCRUNTIME140.DLL' is not in 32bit win7. It works fine in 64bit WIN7 as the file is there.
  13. http://www.ti99-geek.nl/ Or more direct: http://www.ti99-geek.nl/Projects/ti99dir/Files/ti99dir64b.zip
  14. You may be trying to copy a PC99 disk image to it. Try converting your disk image to a V9T9 DSK image using TI99Dir, then copy it to the CF.
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