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  1. He is probably in the hospital near his house. OLVG Oost hospital (last time I visited him there when I was still in NL)
  2. Also just figured out the space bar, but not what to do with the Zygonauts, they just come by or can we shoot them? 39,660
  3. Just did this easy upgrade to change the display and see the disknames when changing disks. See this link how to do it. Instead I glued the display. Now have to do the other one for Geneve9640. Happy with these Gotek devices.
  4. That sounds promising! I have had no time yet to deep dive into it. Just replaced the 12V regulator and 5V regulator for the HRD3000 to see if those give the issues, but will try OSSC tuning.
  5. I had so many issues with the GBS8200 devices, that I decided to buy the OSSC device to see if that works better. I made my own SCART to DB9 connector (and use the adapter of @Shift838 from DB9 to DIN8 pin plug). The quality is very good now. (Still need to sort out interlacing mode etc. as it seems the screen is not stable in that mode, i tested Fractal-NTSC and -PAL. However there is still an issue that I loose the signal for a split second when the Geneve card works longer, i think when it warms up (but it is much better than with the GBS 8200 device as the screen comes back). There is 1x regulator 12V I did not change yet. I only replaced the 5V regulators (which made the Geneve itself working stable).. Could the 12V cause the issue loosing the signal? In earlier posts I also had to replace some other components. PS. The OSSC device is arounf USD 137 on Lazada. More about http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php?title=OSSC
  6. we have not played this version yet in the gaming competition. We did the other two versions. Munh Man and Munch Man II
  7. Hi Last weekend I reconfigured my Geneve setup, this is in the PEB: * Geneve 9640 card * HRD3000 (Rambo) -- giving issues after a while. Normally I boot from here, then I reformat it (now easy with Gotek) (see how to install: https://www.ninerpedia.org/wiki/Booting_MDOS_from_Horizon_Ramdisk) * RS232 card (connected to a PC for CFHDXS1 file transfers to PC-- from TIMODE / GPL) * Corcomp DS/DD Controller (BwG does not work if I remember correctly) * Rave99 - Speech in Box * 3.5" drive (as DSK2. "B:") * Gotek drive (as DSK1. "A:") to boot the Geneve as necessary. * I have a simple bootdisk then FORM123 (to format HRD3000) then type ASSIGN E=DSK6: Copy with a batch important files (AUTOEXEC, QDE, GPL-M-N-O, XBEA 1-6, EA, CFHDXS1) to E: (so it takes 2-3 minutes and the HRD3000 is ready again)
  8. New Gotek drive (mine is SFR1M44-U100K) + Software: * https://github.com/keirf/FlashFloppy/wiki/Firmware-Programming * Follow this video step by step. * To recognize the gotek via a USB-A to USB-A (male to male cable). I used a desktop PC as my laptop did not recognize it somehow. * install the jumpers (I used solderwire to do the 2x connections). * (see video) again, zip file is here in the post en.stsw-stm32080.zip, to get the STM to DFU mode, you need to overwrite the driver: you can download the driver here: STMicroelectronics driver (for DFU) - https://www.st.com/content/st_com/en/products/development-tools/software-development-tools/stm32-software-development-tools/stm32-programmers/stsw-stm32080.html?dl=IeA74PoEIrHrRLeNCYLdWA%3D%3D%2Cm66BcgskYvRqy8mqoNqlDSlf3J4YuteNw91mM8q9ktdDlIGCdN52IjuMWd9HzT4xV1Z9vTIAR4mLi8pYBPrrGjqgG7kCMBixP9so8iWAE8o19KHHQtubkfnYJ%2BMrjJEOwDTCV%2FHzSnOwJg1iZP3l6f%2Ff0OWrN6kRSavLM5HYqcs106janTU4ZkSEY5JGJvdMSRolUOKbJU05fxhfotq0lazbmRqyhnGDvOLh9zGz%2BSFIR9mI5qM%2FZjI2B7QmwsIDHlJ%2BHdGJvUKSot%2FuB7DMwjHHIiF1nn3J1et5CBvMXBG1cA21lw7ZUqkFEiXvtgI6WofrwkqkxK8D2LyKEGJNjg%3D%3D&uid=M0Cl3Ad0yfgfUzP738t0F+0+UhyHejoc * Download Flash Floppy .zip file flashfloppy-v3.23.zip latest version is here https://github.com/keirf/FlashFloppy/wiki/Downloads it includes a .dfu file. * Follow the instructions in the video Note: during the "remove Read protection" I lost my connection to my Gotek (let Windows recognize it again and start the DFU tool again) and overwrite the firmware Now you are ready with the Gotek drive and you can remove the jumpers and disconnect from the PC. Prepare the USB drive (need to be FAT32 formatted): * Reconfig FF.cfg to support ti99 Copy to the root of the USB drive (or in the \FF directory) * make .dsk files e.g. with TI image tool to format size supported bij Diskcontroller (Eg. I used DS/DD 1.44mb 40 tracks) as my controllers are BWG and Corcomp. + call disks DSKA0000xxxxxx DSKA0001xxxx, etc Eg. DSKA0002_MYARCBOOT.DSK + copy all files in the root of USB stick (FAT32) I used a 8GB Sandisk usb stick. + set drive select with a jumper to S0 (3rd pin from fright) Install in the PEB to the diskcontroller * I use Gotek as DSK1. (jumper S0) * using a straight cable connected to the external connector of the diskcontroller (I used a BwG controller in my TI-99/4A and a Corcomp Controller in my Myarc Geneve 9640) both do DS/DD (thus max. 1.44Mb disks) Select right disk with buttons on Gotek. In the TI-99/4A I used DM1000 v1.7 and DM3 and works with all drives in my system. 5.25, 3.5, corcomp ramdisk, tipi-peb. In the Geneve I can access it with A: (or in TIMODE with DSK1.) (reason with jumper S0, A: so I can boot the Geneve from Gotek)
  9. Have you upgraded gotek to use the flash floppy firmware?
  10. Emulation: GK with Mess should work with MAME. There are also videos with the real GK on my youtube channel (TI99VIDEOS)
  11. It is actually simple once you do it 1x time. One issue i had that my laptop could not load the StM dfu drivers and recognize the device then i used another PC and all good.
  12. Geneve boots fast enough from Gotek i think little bit faster than floppy but slower than horizon. But happy so far, easy to re-image the horizon as it does sometimes funny. BwG is used with the TI so i have access to a clock. Geneve is Corcomp.
  13. This is good as I am starting to face some issues with disks and disk drives. Got my 2x Gotek drives SFR1M44-U100K (USD 19 each via Lazada/ seller in China). working in TI and Geneve both as DSK1. Other drives 5.25 and 3.5 reconfigured as DSK3. and DSK2. Will do a detaile update later (making notes here) Procedure as in the video: + need USB-male to male cable (USB-A to -A) + need to connect the pins as in the video (I used solder and a wire). + use software of ST microelectronics (for the driver ST in DFU mode) + use FlashFirmware + use DFU tool to flash formware .dfu file + note during flash loose device, gets recognized again, probably as read protect gets removed. + use FlashFirmware software + reconfig FF.cfg to support ti99 + make .dsk files e.g. with TI image tool to format size supported bij Diskcontroller (Eg. I used DS/DD 1.44mb 40 tracks) as my controllers are BWG and Corcomp. + call disks DSKA0000xxxxxx DSKA0001xxxx, etc Eg. DSKA0002_MYARCBOOT.DSK + copy all files in the root of USB stick (FAT32) I used a 8GB Sandisk usb stick. + set drive select with a jumper to S0 (3rd pin from fright) Select right disk with buttons on Gotek. Booted myarc succesfully from gotek. Drive A: On TI was able to load from Gotek. Also saw content with DM1000 v1.7 and DM3 Works with all drives in my system. 5.25, 3.5, corcomp ramdisk, tipi-peb.
  14. I have s pdf doc. With many options. But if you have a RS232 then use CFHDXS1 and HDX1. Ti99-geek.nl to download Here is a video doing it with a Geneve
  15. Use Disk Manager DM3.x of Fred Kaal Ti99-geek.nl If TIPI is at cru 1000 Then you can indicate. 1000.DSK1. (TiPI) Or 1100.DSK1. (TI FDC) Also when the link is empty for DSK1. In CALL TIPI then still it will look at TI FDC at 1100. Other disk managers DM1000 etc. still look at TI FDC controller. (Other option to transfer is CFHDXS1 via serial cable to the PC running HDX server)
  16. The display it can be connected to the gotek? I saw the vcc,gnd,sca,scl interface on the display. Just ordered it. Hope everything works, but good thing of lazada ordering can return in 7 days, very good service. (Bit still struggling with my GBS8200 devices, just returned a few, seems all have same issue).
  17. Which Lotharek device do you have? (I have the TIPI PEB for my TI and a sidecar TIPI for my standalone TI's). It is more for my Geneve to be able to boot from floppy with key files if needed. The rest I do from HRD3000 but it need to reset it in a while and the rest i transfer via CFHDXS1 via serial of the PC. It seems my floppy drives and diskettes start to fail. Just copied over many disks, might be dirty, but it keeps giving issues.
  18. http://www.gotekemulator.com/P_view.asp?pid=55 SFR1M44-U100K it shows 80 sector and 160 tracks does this model work with TI or Geneve? my disk controllers are CorComp and BwG. Or what are the Gotek models people use? Or which Lotharek model? Is it just plug and play?
  19. I prefer my TI-99/4A with all upgrades. But with F18A I am still not be able to do all 80 column applications as was possible with the Mechatronic 80 col expansion (side car) I do not have experience with PEB box 80 col.cards. With the Geneve 9640 and MDOS and TI Mode I am able to do the 80 col. applications (still exploring if time allows), but if all 80 Col. work with F18A on TI I find it more easier to add Speech (for Geneve i have the rave99 adapter), use modules (Finalgrom, exbas 2.7 suite), TIPI, I have usee MYART programm and YAPP and SectorOne But want to try ABASIC and now just learnt of Lee which program to use to do compiling and linking (had no clue). Also I have all emulator versions that exist running on a laptop. To do comparisons or check if the program works or not.
  20. Confirmed it is a GBS8200 issue. I have the 80 mode working in Extended Basic (on stock firmware). But spent a lot of time upgrading the D1 mini. And trying out, but now i cannot get a stable screen anymore and one in a while loose the signal. Looks like a lot of fine tuning to get it stable again. Will try another GBS board.
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