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  1. Poor Man’s TPDD I previously started this as a post on the "TRS-80 Model 100/102/200, NEC 8201A/8300, Kyocera KC-85" Facebook page. I've decided to upload the instructions as single PDF file on this forum as it is a better platform to share this information and files. Note: There is at least one other example of this on the net. However, I found it after I made my prototype. Being retired and on a strict hobby budget, I decided that it would be great to have Portable Disk Drive to go with my TRS-80 Model 100. Unfortunately, most solutions were way over my current budget of zero dollars ($0.00). I rummaged through my inventory of items on hand and created a modern drive using a $10 Raspberry Pi Zero W (a gift) , a very old USB Serial Cable (thrift store), a “lipstick” style phone USB/recharge battery (another gift) , and a few other small items. Since, I already owned everything; I figured that a “headless” Pi should work. I set up the Pi using a fresh Raspberry Pi OS (no desktop). After enabling SSH, I created a share (TPDD) and passed over mComm (python version) from Kurt McCullum’s Club 100 Member Upload Library. I was able to easily get it running on the on the Pi using a TPDD shared folder. I added a switch to shut down the Pi when I didn’t need it. Next, I plugged in the USB Serial Cable and battery. It worked! mComm automatically starts when the Pi is turned on. I pass the M100 files to my Pi through the shared directory on my PC. The Pi’s microSD card will hold almost all the Model 100 files in the known universe. This works better than I could have imagined and meets my current budget of nearly 0(zero) dollars. I am compiling I've compiled the steps needed to set this up and will post them if there is an interest? If you don’t have the materials, this should set you back around $50 or less. (Note: I am not selling this item. I hope others may enjoy it as much as I have! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Attachments: The build guide: PoorMansTPDD.pdf Also: A ready to use collection of Club100 files (public domain files in the correct format for "mComm") for folks to test. TPDD.zip Poor Mans TPDD.pdf
  2. Hi! I would like to share with you the "Kenia" model, imported and distributed in Argentina by the local company "Kenia Fueguina" in the 80's. It is a European Coleco with Revision D board, adapted to the PAL-N standard. The game included was "Donkey Kong". CLONE GAME > ORIGINAL Aventura > Venture Androides > Frenzy Jungla II > Pitfall 2 Dragón > Dragonfire Tuberías > Zenji Pimienta > Pepper2 Delta Competición > Omega Race Croac I > Frogger 1
  3. Help me pay off debt sale (or contribute to a nice little MAME machine) Here's the following I have for sale: Sega Saturn (model 1) 2 Controllers Sega brand (has been fixed with electrical tape) High Frequency brand 2 Games: Virtua Fighter Remix Alien Trilogy (jewel case) A/V set Composite and s-video cable Scart Cable Power Cord Saturn.mp4 Asking $95 shipped Feel free to PM me with any questions or suggestions.
  4. Hi, I got an 1050 disk drive in the last days and after open it, I´m surprised! Never have seen such a model before, and I have opened more then 50 different 1050´s in the last years. So... anybody knows this model? My first thougth was, that this must be a pilot production model from the early days of existing 1050´s. After showing the pictures in the german ABBUC forum, somebody assumed that this model might be a clone, produced not from Atari. The case looks like a normal 1050 case, but the brown front bezel doesn´t fit on any other 1050 case and vice versa. The mechanical drive is totally different from the normal Tandon & world series models. The PCB has some manual corrections and scratched traces, but looks nearly equal to any other series 1050 PCB. The color of the solder mask is other than normal. The metal shielding of the major ICs is not quite silver as usual. Any ideas welcome. Regards, Juergen
  5. I am thinking of picking up an Atari monitor for use with my 1040STe. There are quite a few, some older style looking, some more modern on ebay. I was wondering which monitors went with which generation of ST's? There must have been fewer monitor models (3-4) than St models produced i'm thinking.. Thanks!
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