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  1. The FlashROM 99 NOTE/UPDATE: This cartridge has been superseded by the new FinalGROM 99. The FlashROM 99 came out in May of 2016 and proved to be a definite paradigm shift in cartridge technology for the TI-99/4A. In the past, if one wanted cartridge based programs they either had to buy an EEPROM programmer, like the MiniPRO TL866CS, and some chips, and do it themselves, or pay someone else to do it. With the old method of getting things into a cartridge, there were a ‘few’ things one had to learn first, especially when making their own compilation cartridges. The required learning curve, combined with the added expense, introduced a limiting factor to this formats development. With this new cartridge format, all you had to do was “drag & drop”, nothing could have been faster or easier. There has been a literal explosion of programs converted to work with the FlashROM 99. Thanks to AtariAge users like JediMatt42 and to Static1701 who have devoted a considerable amount of time into making the lives of FlashROM 99 users more enjoyable. The thread to access all of those excellent conversions is: << HERE >> Justifying your investment This cartridge was the perfect solution for so many different types of TI users… 1 The returning user with limited equipment No memory expansion? No P-Box? NO PROBLEM! This cartridge ran many programs that don’t require all the extras. 2 The dedicated gamer If you wanted to play games, on the ‘REAL THING’, but not buy a bunch of expensive hardware, this cartridge was a must. 3 The user on a budget This cartridge could get you into the TI painlessly from a financial viewpoint. Start having fun now, worry about expanding later…if you decided/wanted to. 4 The user without the time Some people have limited time, and either can’t or didn’t want to invest a lot of it learning a bunch of convoluted steps to just program in a game or two every ‘now and then’. 5 The limited space user For those who needed an option for a small affordable storage device for ‘Real Iron’. Update 07/12/2016 There is a 3D printed case available for the FlashRom 99! To access the blog entry on the available case by << CLICKING HERE >>
  2. The months of June & July of 2016 were exciting times for users of the classic TI-99/4A "Home Computer". We were lucky enough to get not one, but TWO new goodies! The first was the << FlashROM 99 >> and the second was the new 3D printed case. It didn't take long for this thing to hit the market either. The reason? A new Atari Age user who goes by << c0d3m4st4 >> designed, printed and released this thing in record time. So check out my video below, and if you like what you see, and I think you will, buy one of these to protect your FlashROM 99 investment. Besides the different colors of neon green and orange, you can also get the cartridge printed up with some embedded text or even the TI logo as shown in this photo by the creator. Now that you've seen the FlashROM 99 case, you may be wondering how to buy one. That's easy.... just... << CLICK HERE >>! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9DJgWsw_cI&feature=youtu.be NOTE: The cartridge label does not come with the case. That was just something I made for mine and decided to share with others. If you would like to download the graphic, it's attached below for downloading. The creator of the FlashROM 99 case created a couple of photos for ease of understanding when it comes to assembly and height adjustment on the included buttons. #1 Cartridge Assembly #2 Button Modification If you want that nice shiny professional look on the printed label, my secret method of accomplishing that has been revealed << HERE >> As collectors, some people like storage cases for display purposes, while others want a case to protect their item over the decades and still others simply to ensure the item will sit on the shelf properly. The storage case of another obsolete technology, Digital Linear Tape has been found to be the perfect fit for the new FlashROM 99.
  3. NOTE: FinalGROM only files are listed near the bottom of this entry. FlashROM 99 Compatible Files Last update: 08/2/2019 STARTER PACKS There is a link to a rather large starter collection of files OFF-SITE at WHTECH, the files were compiled by the creator of the FlashROM99 . For these files, please << CLICK HERE >>, it's easy to overlook. If you are running a TI without a 32K memory upgrade in one it's various forms, you'll probably want to download the nice 'Starter Pack' compiled by Atari Age user 00WRex. It's available << in message #12 of this thread >>. There are lots of files for the FlashROM 99, and it's very easy to lose track of all the programs! If there is something you've not been able to find (like a Rasmus game) be sure to check the starter packs! There is also package for the FinalGROM 99 for that link, << CLICK HERE >>. 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  4. Thank you to everyone who's been watching the Wagner's TechTalk TI-99/4a Video Series. In this final installment, we'll discover how to replace the TI monitor with a VGA or HDMI monitor. We'll also take a quick look at the TI99Sim running on the Raspberry Pi. Finally, we'll see just how to consolidate a large collection of TI solid state cartridges into the FlashROM99. I hope you have enjoyed this series and that it has been helpful or at least fun to watch. It certainly has been fun to create and catch up on new ways of using this fantastic little machine. I'll keep an eye on the views of these videos and if it seems folks want more, we'll see about making that happen. So like/share/comment, if you wish. https://youtu.be/-0bffE-61qo Referenced Videos: RetroPie Bartop Base build: RetroPie Arcade Restore:
  5. This is my first post here, happy to have found it (thanks Gregory)! The TI-99/4a was my first computer, I spent countless hours on it when I was about 14ish. It was this machine that helped me decide what I wanted to do later in life, Software Engineering. Recently, I brought all my TI stuff down from the attic and have been having a great time going through my stuff but also catching up on a lot that I've missed over the years. I've had so much fun, I decided to create a video series on the TI-99/4a, below is the first episode : TI 99/4a Home Computer - Part I https://youtu.be/mFZgnH32Kag I'm working on the second episode, which will likely be much longer. Here's a list of things I'm planning in this next video (or two, depending on how long it turns out in the edit room) : Next Episode ideas 1) Connecting the TI cassette cable to the output jack of a PC/Raspberry Pi to transfer a program to the TI. 2) Connecting the TI via an RCA Cable to an HDMI converter to display on an HD TV 3) Using a nanoPEB to load/run programs 4) Using a null modem cable between an RS-232 port/PC/RPi to transfer data between the two 5) Using the FlashRom99 to run carts Obviously, the next video will get a bit more technical but not so much so that it will be too boring. At least, that's the plan. If you have recommendations for segments you think should be included, please post below. I hope to release Part II here in about a week or two. Please like/subscribe if you enjoy this video. I won't be shy, I'd like to someday be able to monetize my YouTube videos such that it can help fund my addiction to technology ps. I also have a Wagner's TechTalk page https://www.facebook.com/jwagnertech . There I have videos about building RPi arcade cabinets, a custom robot my son and I built, an LED face for Alexa (works via bluetooth), etc.
  6. Sorry if this info is readily available and I've just missed it, but I couldn't find it specifically addressed. Does anyone know if the FlashROM99 work on a V2.2 console? Thanks in advance.
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