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  1. I use Github only to preserve source code for projects that I’m interested in. For example I’ve forked Ralph’s FinalGrom project to keep a copy for myself.
  2. So many twists and turns. I probably would have given up long before Adrian did. I have a few black screen booting TIs. I’ll definitely be referencing this series in the future.
  3. One of my favorite Youtubers attempts to fix our favorite computer. This TI has the dreaded black-screen on boot. I’m waiting for part 3.
  4. Found it! No it wasn’t me https://www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna1227231
  5. I thought I had the manual, but what I have is actually for Myarc Advanced Basic. If anyone wants that I can upload the pdf.
  6. Get the url of the post you want to “frame” and paste it into your post. For example https://atariage.com/forums/topic/278167-ot-dumping-thread/?do=findComment&comment=4451691 becomes
  7. @Sid1968 and I recapped our power supplies. I didn’t do it out of need, I did it only as a precaution. See also this thread:
  8. There’s some on archive.org too: https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A"99'er"
  9. With a scanner you’ll get much better lighting of the doc, as well as a near perfect angle of image. Hard to do these with a phone, imho.
  10. chue

    Better cpu

    Just throwing this out there. I’ve no idea if it will work for what you are doing. There’s a higher spec’d (faster) 9900 built into the F18A video adapter. I’ve always wondered if it could be used as some sort of an accelerator.
  11. Mine wasn’t boxed 😭 but I’m glad to have a copy 😀
  12. The error message says that the software is expecting one type of chip, but is seeing another type. If your chip type is correct then check your soldering
  13. Everything is in great condition. The console, console box, pain sticks, rf modulator, boxed games, etc. but as Mr Sanders says, overpriced.
  14. Someone around here has the source for Myarc XB, I believe. I thought it was somewhat backwards compatible, and also written in assembly. I don't know if it would be a good starting point, but maybe worth a look.
  15. Are you using a TL866 or some variation of? There is a "Check ID" checkbox in the GUI that verifies that the chip is the correct type. Unchecking the box may allow you to program the 2764. From the manual
  16. chue

    SDD 99

    IIRC, Ralph mentions in the video that the display chip in his TI is going bad.. It's probably related to that
  17. That's the great thing about the democratization of t-shirt making. If you don't like the ones that exist you can make your own.
  18. 8%, 0 items I find the control scheme a little difficult to get used to
  19. I have a copy on tape, but unfortunately I don't have a tape player... If no one else answers we can work something out. Worst case I can always ship the tape back to you.
  20. I always check out archive.org for old magazines: 99'er: https://archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%2299%27er%22 Atari ST: https://archive.org/details/magazine_rack?and[]=atari+st&sin=
  21. Reminds me of Marble Madness or Crystal Castles. I've no idea if those could work on a TI though
  22. I thought this was a great question, so I did some digging... On page 4 of the manual is a reference to grounding points M1 and M2. M1 is safety ground, and it REQUIRES grounding. Also, M1 and M2 should be connected to chassis ground as well for "better EMC performance". Meanwell RPD-60-SPEC.PDF
  23. The article also was in Texas Monthly, which seems to still be a going concern. https://www.texasmonthly.com/issue/april-1984/ Unfortunately the article is not viewable online, but you could try the contact us page.
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