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  1. Probably about time for a MENU / BOOT / 9640 MENU development topic. "9640 MENU" 80 column [17 Feb 2020] 9640menu 17Feb2020.zip - Added TIPI clock support. Menu checks time about every second. I suppose I could remove the seconds and check ever 30 seconds or so. I don't know of a way to access the TIPI DSR without blinking the light - All other clocks are currently untested and might not function. I can barely understand the spaghetti code I wrote in 2015 (for reasons historically documented). Intent is to rework Classic99 and Triple Tech to use the DSR. MBP/Clulow/Geneve clocks will remain direct-access. . - Catalog routine overhauled. Sector IO out; level 3 catalog in place. Allows entry of a path e.g., TIPI.FOLDER1. or SCS1.FOLDER2. - Drill down into subdirectories and select the file you want to run or view - FCTN-8 to enter a new path; use the "..\" to go up a level. When you are at the root, pressing enter on the "..\" will recatalog the device. - If you exit the catalog and return the last path is remembered - The options creation (F4) and the Edit/Save (F5) options are still tied to disk numbers. Will look to change that down the road. - The options files are currently compatible with the prior release. This could change if I enhance the program with paths and other information, or redo the antiquated menu structure. - If you have a Remind-Me file in the TIPI root in the format MM-YYYY, pressing "Y" at the menu will display the day's reminders and any scratchpad notes. This feature is a novelty at present and subject to update or removal. The various clock support complexities may dictate my next steps. - Are there bugs? Probably. I am using this as my daily menu program via the Horizon 4000B at present. MENU 40 column 7.39 [16 Feb 2020] - Minor tweak for ROS 8.42c. See ROS development thread. Link to earlier topic related to 9640MENU
  2. Hi all, I recently rescued my old Atari 800XL from my parents' attic and wanted to give it a whirl. It's just a base unit with an XC12 cassette deck, bust I spent a huge amount of time on it when I was a kid, both playing games and programming. I connected it up and was delighted to find that familiar blue screen looking at me! However, it does not seem to be able to read data from the tape deck. In fact, having the tape deck even attached seems to affect the startup of the computer - with nothing attached to the SIO port, it starts up as normal. With the cassette deck attached however, the little noise before READY appears is different and much faster. I don't know what the purpose of that clicky noise is between the blue screen appearing and READY appearing, but having the tape deck attached affects it where it never used to back when I used it regularly. Anyone have any ideas what might cause this? I'm pretty good technically, but most of my retro experience is repairing Amigas - I don't have any experience with the Atari at all, so any pointers as to where the fault might lie would be appreciated. Thanks!
  3. Hi! My name is Greg. New to the forum. Finally getting around to posting on here. I have been collecting retro computers and consoles for a number of years now, but have yet to really participate in forums. Currently I own an Amiga 600, TI 99/4A, Atari 800XL, and now new to the stable is a Tandy 1000 EX. It was obtained second hand for $5. I spent this afternoon taking the machine apart and cleaning; as well as inspecting the hardware. The computer is all clean now and boots to a prompt for a bootable discs. Herein lies the issue... I have no discs! I don't really have a way of imaging discs for 5.25 drives at this time unfortunately. After some research, I found that I will require MS-DOS 2.11 to be able to boot this machine to run software. Here are my questions. 1. Does anyone have a copy of MS-DOS 2.11 or has the means to copy a disc for me that could be mailed? 2. What is the easiest way to image these discs nowadays? Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. If you can send me a copy that would be great. I would paypal for the copy of the disc and to cover shipping.
  4. Hi all - I just busted my cart port surround on my Atari 7800, so I'm looking for a replacement. This is the black plastic one screwed to the main PCB from underneath. Many thanks! Matt (Wakefield, UK)
  5. Hi all, I have a problem with my atari 4160ste, it suddenly started to stop booting. It was working fine, except the floppy drive which was dead, so I bought a replacement one and then everything was perfect for a day and suddenly I got this bomb screen on start up. I have no idea what is causing this, I checked all the chips and stuff inside to look for a dodgy connexion or anything suspicious but it all looks OK and since it was working 5 min before I wonder what could have gone wrong all of a sudden. It sometimes starts if I force reset several time, most of the time it turn it on and get no sound at all, like its not even trying, but if I reset it a couple times sometimes with a floppy inside, it will eventually load the game or come back to the TOS environment. I have no knowledge whatsoever in electronics and computer components, I can just see that all the connexion seem fine on my boards. Could be a dodgy ram upgrade from previous user ? but it was working everytime before and all looks in good working order. Any idea what could be causing this ? Advice most welcome. cheers!
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