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Found 7 results

  1. Information can get out-of-date quickly when it comes to 'group buys', like the recent HDX/PCB card purchase by arcadeshopper. BTW - Greg, it's great that guys like you are around to help others upgrade. THANX! Anyway this poll is here to gauge the current status and user percentage of HDX users.
  2. Has anyone else ever experienced the BLUE SCREEN of DEATH on their TI? My P-Box stopped working today. If I have the P-BOX on, then turn on my console all I get is a BLUE SCREEN. If I turn off the P-Box or unplug it, the video it comes up fine. So what is the TI looking for that it does not find? Is the 32K memory dead?
  3. Did you know you no longer need a floppy drive controller to load and run programs on a TI if you have an HDX board? Not only that, if you pull the card and run without it, you'll get back an additional 2,088 KB of stack memory to use! (You programmer's and cassette guys should love that.) The attached modified DSR's for the HSX modification is as follows: The first zip file tiled HSX-DSK1 is sort of a "Catch-22", you'll need the FDC to load the DISKLESS version into the HDX. (This program would be REAL NICE on a GUIDRY BOARD) <-- HINT HINT NOTE: You'll have to remove the card for this modification to work. The second zip file titled HDX-DSK4 will give you a functional "DSK4." on the TI. It's just like HDX1, but is a way around some programs that will not accept HDX as a string. Please note, some programs still will not work. BOTH VERSIONS STILL SUPPORT HDX1 and will not interfere with normal operations. This is how much memory you have on an unexpanded TI (console only) This is WITH the TI-FDC, notice how much memory is available... This last photo is WITH the HDX, but WITHOUT the TI-FDC... more memory. Gallery of all images for the HDX experiment - << HERE >> HDX-DSK1.zip HDX-DSK4.zip
  4. In case some of you are unaware of how FREAKING COOL Fred Kaal's HDX program is... This is a screen shot of how the HDX server and HDX print program looks on my screen, notice that it even displays the GRAPHICS in a printed document, not just text! This is a photo of my 'modified' Graphic Label Maker program on the TI working with the HDX. The printer name is "HDX1.PRINTER" pretty simple and easy to use. And of course it even PRINTS! I'm having a blast! Thank you Fred Kaal!
  5. Is anyone out there that is using a TI RS-232 with the HDX modification also using a Lantronix UDS-10 at the same time? If so, maybe you can help me out... I'm having an issue that I cannot resolve on my own. I can telnet from the PC to the TI and get a valid connection, I can even send data FROM the TI to the PC, but NOTHING shows up on the TI screen, EVER. It's really starting to irritate me as this should have been an easy one to just plug in a get online with. The cable has been triple checked, the connections are proper, but no matter what I try, I get nothing, nada, zilch on the TI screen. Thanks.
  6. Okay, here I go again, thinking up stuff.... Those of you using the HDX modification know that it's one of the slickest things to come along for quite some time. Another wonderful aspect of this HDX program is that it will link to other programs and funnel the information between them, like TI99 Print for instance. This got me to thinking, how about a "TI 99 TELNET" program? The idea of the TELNET program would be to link the slower TI to your PC, which is of course is connected to the Internet. This program could be designed to allow the user with a standard program like TELCO to access the BBS's on the internet as the TI 99 TELNET program would handle all the required protocols for telnet usage. I suppose someone with an old TI could even hook it up and run a BBS, just like in the old days. Does this sound interesting to anyone?
  7. I was playing around this morning with a disk image of Road Hunter that I put on a 3.5" disk as backup in case anything went wrong. Well, the program seemed to take longer than usual to load (not to mention louder), so I pulled out the stopwatch and was shocked to see such a wide difference in load times. The recorded times are from when the ENTER button is pressed to load the program, to the time the level is loaded and the car moves with the joystick in the up position. Disk Time : 33 seconds HDX Time : 16 Seconds So, on my system, loading from disk takes TWICE AS LONG! Just another reason to get an HDX folks!
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