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  1. I was reading the Dos 3 manual (ducks) while sitting in the smallest room of my house (guess which one that is) : "In addition to the Master Diskette 3 (CX8104), your ATARI Disk Drive comes with an ATARI Formatted Diskette 3 (CX8111). Although this diskette has no files or program data on it, it has been preformatted at the factory. Preformatting means the diskette was divided into tracks and sectors before packaging (Figure 3-1) so that it has an improved sector layout. This improved sector layout makes it possible for you to store and retrieve information more rapidly than is possible with diskettes formatted on your ATARI Disk Drive." How do these improved sector layouts work? Or is this bogus and Atari just wanted you to buy these "improved" disks from them?
  2. Everything was moved to eBay and SOLD
  3. I'm extremely new to actually using the CoCo 2 and basic code in general. So I found some sample basic code in an old december issue of The Rainbow that does a little Xmas demo and i'm wondering if there is a way to type it in on my modern computer(this one is a Macbook Pro, but I can also run windows so i'm fairly platform agnostic) in a text editor and convert that file to a cassette image or a disk image I can load on the CoCo? Does this even make sense?
  4. Merry christmas my dear 99er friends. This is from me for you, a christmas edition of Web99, which includes all indexed Disks from my collection. It's based on Web99 v0.5 Beta 3, which includes the export to Classic99, a prototype of Grom 2 Basic Decoding and a preliminary User Manual. http://www.ti99.eu/web99/Web99[2015-12-25] v0.5 xmas edition.zip [Download is 731 Megabytes] Summary: Index consists of 52689 Ti Disks Clones. Index consists of 27966 Ti Disks. Index consists of 383935 Ti File Records on Ti Disks. Index consists of 196044 Ti Files based on Ti File Binaries. Index consists of 174603 Ti File Binaries. Klaus L. Vienna
  5. Hello together! Would like to start a separate topic for MAC/65 out of a discussion within the ACTION! source code topic. As of 2015 to my knowledge there are 3 carts and 2 disk versions of MAC/65 available: - MAC/65 Macro Assembler (disk|cart) version, year : 2.00, 1982 (disk) version, year : 4.20, 1982 (disk) version, year : 1.02, 1984 (black cart?) version, year : 1.01, 1984 (black cart) version, year : 1.00, 1984 (orange cart) ; I have an orange cart with 1.01 myself author/company : Stephen D. Lawrow, Jim Dunion, OSS, Inc. available..... : 1982-1984 and up to 1994 package....... : assembler, editor, monitor, manual features...... : macros, source include Two pass 6502 assembler with integrated editor/monitor. Mac/65 is a direct descendant of the Atari Assembler/ Editor (via EASMD). Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC/65 ACTION!, Basic XE, Basic XL and Mac/65 were sold to Tom Harker at ICD. From another topic concerning the OSS Newsletters: Fall 1986 page 13: " OSS Newsletter Fall 1986 -------------- --------- A: Version 1.01 and 1.02 are fixed to produce the proper code (PS - 1.02 is the latest version). For update information see the update info sheet. " Further: " Mike distributed one of the disk based versions of SD and disk based MAC/65 with DDT as freeware. " Source: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/comp.sys.atari.8bit/wWxsqsmVcVI/z6W0y0U8eHEJ Does anyone have that freeware version, else one with DDT? Stephen is a really good soul: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/comp.sys.atari.8bit/wWxsqsmVcVI/z6W0y0U8eHEJ https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/comp.sys.atari.8bit/TVwmswjj2zI/Z_8TwOXPIMsJ MD5 checksum of the 1.02 rom version, the real McCoy! : b560d57e36c9a4b95e6fd296937148d5 Same for the 1.02 car version : a67098f4476c95c778396f7cd269a24e Further: Type 3: OSS '034M' 16 KB cartridge There are two types of OSS cartridges. Both are 16 KB and occupy 8 KB of address space between $A000 and $BFFF. The cartridge memory is divided into 4 banks, 4 KB each. One bank ('main') is always mapped to $B000-$BFFF. The other 3 banks are mapped to $A000-$AFFF. The current bank is selected by accessing a byte in $D500-$D5FF. Only 4 lowest bits of address are significant. The '034M' scheme is the more complicated one. The main bank is D. An access to: · $D5x0 or $D5x1 selects bank A. · $D5x3 or $D5x7 selects bank B. · $D5x4 or $D5x5 selects bank C. · $D5x2 or $D5x6 is not useful. It disables ROM (there're $FF bytes in $A000-$AFFF). · $D5x8-$D5xF disables whole cartridge (enables computer's memory in address space between $A000 and $BFFF). Type 15: OSS 'M091' 16 KB cartridge This is the simpler one of OSS schemes. It uses only A0 and A3 address lines: · A3=0, A0=0 - $A000-$AFFF: bank B, $B000-$BFFF: bank A · A3=0, A0=1 - $A000-$AFFF: bank D, $B000-$BFFF: bank A · A3=1, A0=0 - disable cartridge · A3=1, A0=1 - $A000-$AFFF: bank C, $B000-$BFFF: bank A Bugs: There is a bug in the MAC/65 cartridge which gives an error on a JSR or JMP to a zero page address. A temporary fix would be to use macros in the source code. As examples, try these: 1000 .MACRO @JSR 1010 .BYTE $20 1020 .WORD %1 1030 .ENDM 1040 .MACRO @JMP 1050 .BYTE $4C 1060 .WORD %1 1070 .ENDM To invoke the macro, type @JSR (or @JMP) in place of the JSR or JMP instruction, and the proper hex code will be generated. From OSS newsletter (summer 1983): Comparision of 1.01 and 1.02 carts: 00000009: CA CC 0000000E: 94 92 00000022: 8D BD 00000023: 00 4E 00000024: D5 03 00000025: A6 C9 00000026: 08 04 00000027: F0 D0 00000028: 07 02 00000029: A5 A9 0000002A: 83 02 0000002B: D0 8D 0000002C: 03 8F 0000002D: 4C 04 0000002E: D5 60 0000002F: BE 00 00000030: D8 8D 00000031: 58 00 00000032: A2 D5 00000033: FF A6 00000034: 9A 08 00000035: 86 F0 00000036: 11 07 00000037: E8 A5 00000038: 86 83 00000039: A7 D0 0000003A: 86 03 0000003B: A6 4C 0000003C: 86 D5 0000003D: A2 BE 0000003E: 20 D8 0000003F: BF 58 00000040: B7 A2 00000041: A2 FF 00000042: 15 9A 00000044: BF EE 00000045: B7 AF 000006B2: A9 A0 000006B4: 9D B9 000006B5: 4E 8D 000006B6: 03 04 000006B7: AD 9D 000006B8: 8D 4E 000006B9: 04 03 000006BA: 9D CA 000006BB: 4C 88 000006BC: 03 10 000006BD: AD F6 000006BE: 8E E8 000006BF: 04 E8 000006C0: 9D E8 000006C1: 4D EA 000006C2: 03 EA 00000BBF: 4D 22 00000BC0: B6 B0 00000FFA: 22 30 00001014: B1 B2 00001016: 63 43 00001FEE: 00 86 00001FEF: 00 11 00001FF0: 00 E8 00001FF1: 00 86 00001FF2: 00 A2 00001FF3: 00 86 00001FF4: 00 A6 00001FF5: 00 86 00001FF6: 00 A7 00001FF7: 00 20 00001FF8: 00 BF 00001FF9: 00 B7 00001FFA: 00 A2 00001FFB: 00 15 00001FFC: 00 4C 00001FFD: 00 BF 00001FFE: 00 B7 000022C4: AA F0 000022C5: BB AF 00002FF0: 00 20 00002FF1: 00 AA 00002FF2: 00 BB 00002FF3: 00 AD 00002FF4: 00 8F 00002FF5: 00 04 00002FF6: 00 D0 00002FF7: 00 05 00002FF8: 00 A9 00002FF9: 00 02 00002FFA: 00 8D 00002FFB: 00 8D 00002FFC: 00 04 00002FFD: 00 60 ROM-Images: Atari 400 800 XL XE MAC/65 : scans, dump, download, screenshots, ads, videos, catalog, instructions, roms ATR-Image: MAC-65 2.00 and 4.20 with Bug-65 2.0 and DOS XL 2.30.atr Images from the different versions: Hope, that there is someone out there in the galaxy who can help to make this the final chapter?
  6. At this point in time, what's the best utility to bulk covert .dsk files into TIFILES/FIAD files? For example, I give it TIInvaders.dsk, I get individual LOAD, GAME,GAMF, and CATALOG files out of it, each with a proper header, since that's the files that are on that disk. I have a bunch of .dsk files I'd like to process, hence my looking for a bulk solution. The goal is to be able to use them with Classic99. (I know Classic99 can use .dsk files, but I want to be able to easily mix and match what files are on the "disk".)
  7. Hello everyone, I did some searching and didn't find anything here, and my internet searches have turned up varied results, but I'm trying to look for the best solution to connect 8" drives with the 50 pin format to the ATR 8000 with the 34 pin format. I don't recall if my old drives had an adapter board on them to step it down, but since I have ribbon cables a mile long that should have been for those drive cabinets back in the day, I can see it was a straight 34 pin cable. There's some people selling boards with various capabilities, but they might not be what I need for my purposes, so I thought I'd check in here. I'm sure only a small handful of people will have any experience with these anyway with the Atari systems. If nothing is out there, my next question would be whether there is logic in the adaptation to allow the drives to work, or if it was simply a straight cable that didn't use extra pins for additional functionality that the 8" drives may be capable of. I think I can find schematics and make a cable if it comes to it, and maybe even off of what came with the drives. Thanks for any information you guys might have to offer. --Todd--
  8. This may be a silly question, but is there any harm in scanning my 5.25" disks on my flatbed scanner? Will the laser cause any damage to the data? I'd like to scan some of my commercial disks to contribute to Atarimania, MobyGames, etc.
  9. hello everyone, big fan of gaming here and always have been. but i've never been a collector, more of a visual artist myself. still play both retro games and current gen stuff on the pc. anyway.. onto the good stuff! i have recently uncovered a treasure trove of some Atari games. some of the games appear to be VERY rare, like Fantastic Four by Adventure International (USA) you can check out my full list of stuff for sale here: (all the atari related auctions should be worldwide shipping) http://www.ebay.com/sch/bubble_eel/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= ebay user name bubble_eel here's some pictures and names of what i've found so far. probably adding some more auctions / buy it now items, but pretty sure the best is up for auction right now. game marked DEALER COPY MORE STUFF LIKE: (all 5.25" disk games) atari astronomy I Midway Battles (user made game) by TDC 1987 financial cookbook ultima II fooblitzky the lurking horror by infocom hollywood hijinx by infocom datasoft games Bridge 4.0 by Artworx Cycle Knight go check it out and bid :] i would really appreciate any help spreading the word, or for other suggestions for websites / forums to promote some of the items. have fun gaming!
  10. Hello to all, In a video on the YouTube channel of "8-bit show and tell" Glitch World In Commodore 64 Ninja - YouTube I discovered a floppy disk version of Ninja (Mastertronics) where the Atari and Commodore versions are on the same side of the disk. Floppy disks with Atari on one side and Commodore on the other side are very common. But I don't understand at all how to fit two versions for two very different computers on the same side of a floppy disk... Can someone explain to me how this is possible? I don't know anything about the Commodore floppy disk format, but I doubt that it is organized like the Atari one. Apart from the fact that they share the physical format 5"1/4 and 48 TPI, the rest must be very different, right? Or is it a common formatting that can be read on both? I'm really curious to know the answer. Thanks in advance,
  11. Anybody have the original software that came with the Trak AT Series drives? They're supposed to come with a utility/patch called DDINIT, which will modify Atari DOS 2.0S to support double-density. Failing that, I'd settle for a copy of DOS 2.0S already modified with this utility.
  12. SOLD! $35 Shipped 1 Fellows and 1 Memorex 3.5" disk file box. Both boxes still have their plastic dividers and are if good but used condition. Includes 60+ used discs in various conditions but all were readable when I checked their contents. Some have been erased. Some only had data written to them once and some were used multiple times. Bonus: I've included about 30 brand new disk labels as well.
  13. Hello I am using an Atari STE 520 with a HxC device called the "USB floppy drive emulator" in revision D made by Lotharek. This is the version which lacks jumper switches, but lets you select the device ID in software. Using this device as a internal floppy drive works acceptable. However I run into problems when I try to use it as an external FDD with a cable made by this guide: http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=26656 Sadly the Wiki entry which is mentioned in this guide is broken. All internal jumpers inside my STE are on their default (http://info-coach.fr/atari/hardware/interfaces.php) so pin 5 of the 14 pin connector would try to reach a FDD with ID 1 (rather than 0). The problem is that it won't work for me... The control LED of the HxC device for floppy access just lights up if I set the HxC to DS2 (all normal) or DS1 (with twisted cable). With those configuration I can for example open the floppy folder of "orbital destroyer". The internal FDD does sounds when doing so. If I then start the game the internal FDD continues to make sound, but the external one isn't used. The problem is the same if I cut the cable of (Atari STE-) pin 5 having it floating (Atari STE pin 6 still connected). However cutting 6 while having 5 still connected doesn't work. Does someone of you operate a Atari STE 520 with a Lotharek USB floppy drive emulator as external FDD? Is this possible, or is there a funky bug? Has anybody an idea what I am doing wrong? PS: Of Orbital Destroyer I have the actual 3.5 inch and I am going to put it to SPS tonight =) With kind regards Ben
  14. Will a 5.25" DS/DD diskette drive from a Tandy 1000 work in a PCjr or did Tandy customize the floppy drive?
  15. Rewindgames will release ANG Software's Greatest Hits on October 24th 2016. Worldwide premiere at the Abbuc JHV Meeting on October 22nd in Herten Germany. This premium collectors edition features the 6 best Dutch puzzle games for the Atari 8-bit: Johnny the Ghost, Mines!, Simple Minds, Shit!, Thinx and Whoops 2 on one disk! For sale at Rewindgames.com from October 24th 2016 for only € 12.99. Exclusive premiere discount at the Abbuc JHV. Buy it in Herten, Germany for only € 9.95! https://youtu.be/OBwwmjXkwQo
  16. SOLD For Sale: Indus GT for Atari 8-bit machines. Tested, fully working, smoked door intact. The whole unit is very nice. Sorry I just realized the pictures are out of focus. If you need better pics, let me know. Has all the disks with their manuals, plus the overall disk drive manual. I rarely see one of these for sale with all of the disks and manuals... in their original Indus sleeves too. Has original working power supply with the "For use with Indus GT only" sticker wrapped around the input side. No disappointments here... goes great with your 800xl, 1200xl or any other Atari computer. $100 plus actual shipping. I'll double box it and pack it carefully. Prefer cash (PayPal), but will consider trades, tell me what you have, I'll tell you if I'm intersted!
  17. For a list of things I'm selling: Ebay tag: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fmyworld.ebay.nl%2Fnwe2010 In the coming days, more items will be put online (Magazines, disk games, tape games, utilities etc) currently on auction: - The Action Toolkit cart + disk eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138716332 - Basic XE cart + disk eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138714657 - Atari User Magazine Page 6 eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138725543 - Atari User Magazines eBay Auction -- Item Number: 121138720910 Thanks for looking,
  18. Back in the mid 80's... I wrote my own SpartaDOS disk directory sorting utility out of sheer necessity having some fairly large drives and dirs on my BBS system. While playing with this program the other night, I accidentally sorted a DOS 2 disk... oops. My brute force sorter trashed the disk as I suspected it would. So I need to be able to detect a SpartaDOS disk before sorting. I know the SDFS version is stored at offset $20 in sector 1 of the Sparta disk. This would be easy enough to check but I feel I need something additional. It looks like offset 8 in sector 1 = $80 on the SpartaDOS disk but I am not sure if this is definitive enough. I have checked a few different disks and so far I have only seen $80 in offset 8 on the Sparta disks. Any other ideas??
  19. If anyone can answer any of the following questions concerning Atari and 3rd Party floppy drive hardware for our 8-bits, I would appreciate it. The information is needed for continued construction of my forthcoming hardware site. I don't own any of the following hardware, otherwise I'd tear is apart and find out the needed info. The Atari 8-bit FAQ has already been searched, as well as whatever information might be available on Atariage and other sites on the net. Atari 810 Manufactured in Sunnyvale? Micro Peripherals mech part #? Atari 1050 Western Storage Technology mech part #? Rana 1000 RAM size? Micro Peripherals mech part #? Percom AT-88 Tandon & Micro Peripherals mech part #'s? Amdek AMDC I/II RAM size? Drive mech?
  20. Atari klub - spolek příznivců historické výpočetní techniky (Association of Historical Computing Enthusiasts), announces FLOP 63, the first issue of the magazine published in 2019. To get more information on the magazine, and to download issue 63, visit FLOP's website. Content is available in both Czech and English. Highlights of FLOP 63 Texts: Timeline of Atari History Interview with Pavel Tišnovský Atari anniversaries in 2019 Games: Fruity Pete, a brand new game from Fandal & Akio Tenshi
  21. Hi everyone! I got a TRS-80 Color Computer 2 about a month ago, and I need software for it. It came with nothing other than the unit, so I ordered a tape interface cable and a floppy controller kit. I couldn't find any cheap software for tape/disk, and so I'm asking here to see if I can get a deal. If you have any cartridges, tapes or disks for the CoCo 1 or 2 (64k), contact me and we can negotiate a price. My email: [email protected]
  22. Has the software for this ever been dumped? Antic Review: IcePic IcePic Manual
  23. I have two 810 side boards with what look like ROM upgrades, using piggybacked chips. One has a data separator board, the other doesnt: I also have a side board with a windowed FDC: Are these of any interest for ROM dumps?
  24. Hello, all. As part of my continued spring cleaning efforts I'm selling my Taiwanese video game collection for PC (DOS) and Mega Drive. Also included are two American games. Some pretty cool stuff here, most are rather difficult to find: PC: 熊貓大進擊 (aka Panda, Go!) <- Two versions: One complete (CD version), second is disks and manual only. 西楚霸王項羽 (aka Xiang Yu, The Overlord of Western Chu) <- Complete except for outer box. 西遊記 (aka Journey to the West) <- Two versions: Both complete (CD and disk; disk version not pictured because box looks exactly the same). 爆笑保齡球 (aka Hilarious Bowling) <- Complete. VR網球96 (aka VR Tennis '96) <- Complete. 排球原人 (aka Volleyball Hominid) <- Disks and manual only. 天才寶寶大進擊 (aka Little Geniuses, Go!) <- Disks and manual only. Metal & Lace: The Battle of the Robo Babes <- Complete. One Must Fall 2097 <- CD w/manual & all inserts. MD: 麻雀惡魔塔 (aka Devilish Mahjong Tower) <- Complete. 悟空外傳 (aka Legend of Wukong) <- Complete. 世界職棒爭霸戰 (aka World Pro Baseball '94) <- Complete. All disks/CDs in great shape. Recently all were tested. All CDs are fine. Floppy disks however, ~95% read OK w/no errors. However I cannot guarantee any of the data on the floppy disks due to age. Game cartridges likewise are recently tested. They work fine. I originally bought these games for research purposes, including making scans. Staples were removed from the manuals in order to get the highest quality scans. Sold "as-is." Please keep this in mind when considering a purchase. I prefer to sell the collection complete, for USD$350 -> USD$300 (includes shipping within USA). Please inquire about international shipping. Please get in touch by PRIVATE MESSAGE if interested. And don't litter the thread with "PM Sent!" messages. Nobody cares. Pardon the lackluster photos. Thanks for having a look.
  25. So I just got my shiny new Kryoflux board yesterday. I got it all set up with an old IBM drive that I cleaned up and it is working perfectly. I was so excited to watch it produce raw stream and .img files of my original Atari 8-bit Bruce Lee disk in less than a minute and a half! I couldn't wait to put in a blank disk and see if it could write a working copy of the disk, protection and all. Then comes the "cannot open image file" error... Did I do something wrong, I wonder to myself? Wait, what? The software can't write back the images it produces??? ??? I have to send them to the "Software Preservation Society" to have them decide if it is worth their time and effort to generate a writeable .ipf file for me? I don't mean to sound ungrateful, because the Kryoflux is truly a remarkable product, but is there ANY way I can build an .ipf file myself with a windows PC? I have a lot of my own data disks; my old BBS disks especially that have become unreadable through the years, that I would like to try to bring back from the dead with this product. Any ideas, links, suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated.
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