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warpman

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About warpman

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    Space Invader

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Maryland
  • Interests
    TI-99/4a... 68K Macintosh... Vintage games...
  • Currently Playing
    Munch Man.. Armor Alley.. Settlers 4
  1. Selling for $70. USPS money order. Shipping not included. PM me if your interested. It will be shipped in a laptop card board box. Windows ME 3.5 Floppy and CD-ROM This lid has issues but if you leave it open, it's not a problem. CPU fan makes noise but the laptop works well.
  2. archive.org has a nice selection after searching for "Basic Programming Language". https://archive.org/search.php?query=Basic Programming Language Searching the same site for "Compute Magazine" brings up this listing... https://archive.org/search.php?query=Compute Magazine Hope this information helps. I'm not sure if there is a file area for basic programs that you won't have to type in from books or magazines. Have a great day.
  3. Stock. I've performed various upgrades like internal 32K memory and a Zeno Board installs. Sold or gave away those consoles years ago.
  4. "Arcadeshopper", if you create a trade in program, I would be interested. I have two broken consoles and I have not found the time to repair them.
  5. Percom external disk drive and controller for the TI-99/4a. Absolutely magical.
  6. Windows 3.1 has a program called "Cardfile". If it ran on the TI, I would use it everyday.
  7. If the LCD is a TV, using the LCD menu's, it may be possible to select a different screen size or resolution. Stepping through the video modes on the LCD menu could help. Just a thought. Have a great day.
  8. This may be an option. I have not tried it on a TI console, but I have used it on plastic model kits with excellent results. https://www.bare-metal.com/bare-metal-foil.html
  9. "Keatah".. I use Windows 3.x to play games and serial xfer (using DOS) of files to a TI-99'4a.
  10. Howdy tschak909. Your choices I've never seen or heard of before. Looks like Smalltalk-80 ran on the Mac OS as well. Do you have a picture of the "Xerox Alto"???
  11. DOS 6.2 Windows 3.x OS/2 Warp 3 Mac OS 7.5 Use all of them almost everyday.
  12. Cast Aluminum, as in melted metal poured into a sand mold??? ( I used to work at a foundry a lonnnnnnnng time ago )
  13. When I have my TI console on for an extended period of time, it overheats causing problems with the PEB. I used a fan to blow air into the hobby room since it has no AC vents. It has helped. I agree with "Ksarul" "not enough evidence" to prove a PEB problem. Could be as simple a problem like I had. Overheating.
  14. This is AWE some... Thank you for your efforts. I've booked marked this page for the future...
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