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  1. Which TRS-80? CoCo? Model I/III/4/100/102? If CoCo, I only get I/O errors.
  2. Thanks for the heads up. I haven't watched CoCo Talk in quite a while.
  3. WOW! A real port of the original game. Many thanks!
  4. I just saw the DMP-132 come up for sale on eBay. It's the upgrade of the DMP-130/130A. I would recommend this one. Ask the seller to do a print test for you. It uses the same ribbons as the 130s. https://www.ebay.com/itm/373714600594?hash=item5703204292 Michael
  5. You're welcome. You won't be disappointed with the DMP-130/DMP-130A. Just follow your gut, when choosing which one to get. The difference between the two is +20 character/sec print speed boost with the 130A. Top serial connection speed is 2400. If you are using the SDC controller, you can add POKE150,18 to the AUTOEXEC.BAS file on the SDCX disk. Which will set the baud rate on the CoCo. Michael
  6. Absolutely. It's CoCo ready. The manual is in the archive. https://colorcomputerarchive.com/search?q=Dmp-130
  7. I didn't think Asian girls were that busty! LOL Looks really cool!
  8. My pleasure Yeah, I remember the DMP-100. I also had one in the 80s. I remember it being slow, loud and uni-directional. LOL The other thing that I can think of; is for Alberto to add a search for the DMP-107 on eBay, so that it will notify him when another one comes along for sale. Michael
  9. Alberto, You might be better off getting a DMP-130 or DMP-130A from an eBay seller. This model was very common and dependable. Print ribbons are still available. The DMP-107 showed up towards the end of the TRS-80/Tandy era. Michael
  10. The DMP-107 shows up in RSC-22 in 1991. I don't know of the print head compatability with other models. Michael
  11. You will want two manuals (plus the quick reference guide) from the archive, to work with the CoCo SDC and CoCo Disk systems. Color Computer Disk System (Tandy) https://colorcomputerarchive.com/repo/Documents/Manuals/Hardware/Color Computer Disk System (Tandy).pdf Color Computer Disk System - Quick Reference Guide (Tandy) https://colorcomputerarchive.com/repo/Documents/Manuals/Hardware/Color Computer Disk System - Quick Reference Guide (Tandy).pdf CoCo SDC User Guide (Darren Atkinson).pdf https://colorcomputerarchive.com/repo/Documents/Manuals/Hardware/CoCo SDC User Guide (Darren Atkinson).pdf Additionally, downloading and setting up the Coco SDC Explorer 1.25 (SDCX) (Guillaume Major).zip will make navigating around the SDC, a whole lot easier. https://colorcomputerarchive.com/repo/Disks/Utilities/Coco SDC Explorer 1.25 (SDCX) (Guillaume Major).zip The SDC can be used just by command lines. However, the SDC Explorer makes navigation a whole lot easer. michael
  12. Ask them directly via their "Contact Me" link af the bottom of their website. The link refers to a FTP site. It doesn't work for me either. Michael
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