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  1. The IV1.0 stamped on the cartride tells me that it is UCSD Pascal version IV for sure, and probably verson IV.10.
    Thank you. (I started to think like that as well when i had the UCSD cards and manuals in my hand of the other system). I have issues to get my account enabled for ebay, but will start to list items

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  2. Is now live!
     
    http://git.redump.net/mame/tree/src/mess/drivers/cc40.c
     
    http://git.redump.net/mame/tree/src/mess/drivers/ti74.c
     
    Someone try it out and see how it works!
     
    We are also still looking for dumps for the TI-74 cartridges: Mathematics, Statistics, Finance, and Electrical Engineering. We have Learning Pascal.
     
    Enjoy and thanks to Hap for doing this!
     
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  3. On ‎10‎/‎3‎/‎2019 at 11:58 PM, globeron said:

     

    All, I just listed the following on ebay,

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/283632532163

     

     

    but I was wondering can English speaking users use this website for auctions? (the tool is much friendlier than ebay as

    ebay has a lot of restrictions and I cannot post more items...I probably will use

    maret place: https://www.marktplaats.nl/

     

    Bulk - TI-99/4A Consoles, PEB Boxes, PEB Cards, TI Books, TI Magazines

    (USA 99'er, HCM, etc. English TI*MES, TI-LINES, etc. German - TI Journal

    The buyer need to arrange for collection, pick-up and shipment

    (location Zoetermeer, The Netherlands).

     

     

     

    Download the file to see all pictures:

     

    TI file:

     

    TI-99-Bulk.jpg.c739110db9661032af51a3e7a3152f1b.jpg

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    20190919_222904.thumb.jpg.56629cba5fbbaacda48eb127f469444e.jpg

     

    on ebay,

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/283632532163

     

     

     

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  4.  

    All, I just listed the following on ebay,

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/283632532163

     

     

    but I was wondering can English speaking users use this website for auctions? (the tool is much friendlier than ebay as

    ebay has a lot of restrictions and I cannot post more items...I probably will use

    maret place: https://www.marktplaats.nl/

     

    Bulk - TI-99/4A Consoles, PEB Boxes, PEB Cards, TI Books, TI Magazines

    (USA 99'er, HCM, etc. English TI*MES, TI-LINES, etc. German - TI Journal

    The buyer need to arrange for collection, pick-up and shipment

    (location Zoetermeer, The Netherlands).

     

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  5. Dear all,

    This is the Sudoku v1.0 solver my father (Peter van Kleunen) wrote in Extended Basic.

    Today I am going to show it at the Dutch TI-GG gathering.

     

    A nice story I just hear this week from a friend, he actually wrote the program for a Sudoku competition

    to find the solution, but apparently he surprised the organizer that for some there is not 1 solution, but 10!

     

    (I am not an expert), but here is the program included (auto start in XB)

     

    Related post:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/ti99ers/permalink/10157471466244844/

     

     

    SUDOKOPA.DSK

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  6. The LCC version of the Millers Graphics EPROMs is typical of Herr Albert Visser. If he got permission to distribute something, it quickly incorporated the LCC logo somewhere. . .he and I talked a lot about things TI BITD. As a funny little note, there is a version of Disk Fixer that most people have never seen or heard of: Albert had it translated to Dutch and got permission to release it that way. The Dutch version is quite rare. I think I may have bought one from him BITD, but I'd have to hunt through my older boxes of items to be sure.


    I might be able to find that, is it a module or a dump on disk or standalone assembler?


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  7. On YouTube TI-99 VIDEOS uploaded several videos today. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7jwHlQfNTAKQ9WdKORAnpA

     

    Here are some pictures of all kind of hardware my father's PEB box system

    - Corcomp RamPlus 256/512k

    - Not sure which disk controller ( I read ATU and it looks different than a TI or CorComp Floppy Disk Controller DS/DD, if I can see it properly it looks like also a SNUG BwG (same type of chips), next to the FlexInterface card

     

    Also Mechatronic 80 Column card with V9938 video chip.

     

    Gramulator (uses same type of files like the GramKracker), devices are different.

     

    this one is in the 2nd system has the SNUG BwG DS/DD (next to the 32k card, better picture)

     

     

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  8. On 7/7/2019 at 12:25 AM, hloberg said:

    you know, I been toyed on adding the MSX1 to the TI-99 variants emulation list. It had the same video chip as the TI-99 line, the sound chip was very similar to TI sound chip but had a z80 processor (like the Colecovision). As for the z80, it's rumored that the z80 was once considered for the ti99 before they decided to shoehorn the 9900. 

    another thing, the BASIC is very much like XB including the use of CALL commands.

    what ya think, add it to the DVD?

     

    Also: I want to be sure I added everything MESS/MAME TI-wise.

    I have MESS TI-99/4a, TI-99/EV (with 80 column), Gramkraker, P-Card, Geneve with HD, Tomy Tutor

    MAME TI99/4 (tape), TI-99/8(Hexbus)

    Games, apps, manuals, books

    working on Plato

    I don't know, is MBX emulated?

    Anything I missed and can add?

     

     

    On YouTube my channel TI99 VIDEOS has many videos related to emulating the TI ranging from MAME to Classic99

     

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  9. Today I have been testing with 3x cards, finally I understand now how to get 2x to work

    (in the PEB box: 1x Flex Interface, 1x TI RS232, 1x Corcomp Disk Controller,  1x 32K and the Horizon for test):

     

    1. Working HRD+  8k*8 ram board (186kb),

        Use CFG and ROSTICC

         (it gives issues going back to XB Suite 2.7)

     

    2. HRD3000 +RAMBO card and 12x 128k, with open SW4 pins and Dipswitch for CRU select

        (note because of the chips this board overlaps next PEB-slot a bit and only a card like a Speech can be mounted)

         Use CFG834 and ROS834

     

    3. ** Issue with HRD3000, with SW4 On/Off and Dipswitch for CRU select, 

        but the battery has been removed and piece of cable/diode, maybe that's the issue?

     

    If the HRD is on PowerOn boot, then it loads the cartridge automatically, e.g. Extended Basic and then loads from DSK1.

    or a Editor/Assembler. Or using the Extended Basic Suite 2.7 or FinalGrom all works.

     

    * During reset (FCTN-= QUIT) Press "SHIFT" to skip the PowerOn boot

    * Copy with DiskManager the file "MENU" to the HORIZON   (DSK5.) to autoload the menu

       in Menu use FCTN-5 (BEGIN) to configure the menu items

    * Press FCTN-9 (BACK) to get the Titlescreen with the ROS details on it.

     

     

     

     

     

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