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  1. TI-CHAT TAGs: LISTS PDF TI-99 TI-99/4A Resources Doom Adventure Games Hardware Software Texas Instruments Toxic Instruments //\\ //\/ / /\\ / \ / \ /\/ \ / \ / \ //\ \ / \ /\/\ /\ /\ \ /\ /\ /\\/\ /\/\ /\ /\/ \/ \\/\/\/\/\\ /\ ///\ / / \ \ ** NEWS-TICKER (at a glance) ** Latest Changelog / / \ \ * 2019-11-30 11/30/19 - Repair / / * 2018-06-20 06/20/18 - RS232/HDX/XFER-related (full list) \ \ * 2018-06-20 06/20/18 - Software (almost): Walid Maalouli / / * 2018-04-29 04/29/18 - TI related HTML-Links \ \ * 2018-03-17 03/17/18 - Formorall Applied Electronics Inc. \ \ * 2018-02-20 02/20/18 - Mouse related / / * 2018-02-16 02/16/18 - NON-PHM Cartridges \ \ * 2018-02-12 02/12/18 - Page Pro & Related / / * 2018-02-12 02/12/18 - Artist & Related / / * 2018-02-06 02/06/18 - Floppy Formats \ \ * 2017-12-25 12/25/17 - HERE (PDF) some infos on this DB/XLS / / * 2016-09-16 09/16/16 - TI-99 related Books \ \ * 2016-09-16 09/16/16 - Manuals / / * 2016-09-16 09/16/16 - Techs Docs \ \ * 2016-09-16 09/16/16 - ALL paper work / / * 2016-09-16 09/16/16 - FORTH \ \ * ****************** / / * 2016-06-27 06/27/16 - Floppy-Controller \ \ * 2016-06-18 06/18/16 - TI-99 compatible floppy +++ \ \ * 2016-06-27 06/27/16 - Harddisk-Controller / / * 2016-05-27 05/27/16 - Scott Adams/Adventure international \ \ * 2016-05-10 05/10/16 - AMS, SAMS & related / / * 2016-04-25 04/16/16 - Gilliland/Kazmer/Notung \ \ * 2016-03-25 03/25/16 - I.E.C. Parts & Cables / / * 2016-03-18 03/03/16 - EU-Cartridges (EU-only) \ \ * 2016-02-28 02/28/16 - Emulators&Tools / / * 2016-02-01 02/01/16 - system-99 user-group (snug) / / * 2016-01-27 01/27/16 - Ti PEBs \ \ * 2016-01-12 01/12/16 - Ti CC-40 / / * 2016-01-05 01/05/16 - FULL Cartridge list \ \ * 2016-01-03 01/03/16 - Ti-Basic-Proggies / / * 2015-12-31 12/31/15 - The Millenium List / / * 2015-12-18 12/18/15 - SIDEPORT-Devices \ \ * 2015-12-07 12/07/15 - IO-XFER-HDX-related-NO-EMUs.pdf / / * 2015-12-07 12/07/15 - XFER/HDX-related topic (w/ all 3 PDFs) / / * 2015-11-28 11/28/15 - TI-99/8-Beta-List \ \ * 2015-11-26 11/26/15 - AA:SSGC-List 2010 \ \ / / V PLEASE FIND ALL LISTS HERE BELOW: >>:0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CARTRIDGES 05.01.2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-CARTRIDGES-v1.14.pdf [+87] TI-99-4A-CARTRIDGES-PHMs-v1.15c-sort-PHMnr.pdf [+0] TI-99-4A-CARTRIDGES-NON-PHMs-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUPER-CARTS 14.11.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-CARTs-SUPER-v1.11.pdf [+21] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CARTRIDGES US+LOCALIZED 18.03.2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-CARTs-EU+US-v1.14.pdf [+57] TI-99-4A-CARTs-EU-only-v1.14.pdf [+0] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EPROMs´n´BINs 17.10.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-ROMs-n-EPROMS-v1.02-beta.pdf [1] TI-99-4A-ROMs-n-BIN-FILES-v1.02-beta.pdf [1] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MANUFACTURER´s & PRODUCTS SECTION 16.04.2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ROMOX: TI-99-4A-MANU-ROMOX-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] S.FORESMAN: TI-99-4A-MANU-FORESMAN-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] SNUG (Germany): TI-99-4A-MANU-SNUG-v1.00.pdf [+0] IEC Parts&Cables: TI-99-4A-MANU-IEC-Parts-v1.00.pdf [+0] Gilliland, Kazmer, Notung: TI-99-4A-MANU-Gilliland-Kazmer-Notung-v1.03.pdf [+0] RAG, Ron A. Green TI-99-4A-MANU-RAG-Ron-A.-Green-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] Artist & Related TI-99-4A-SW-ARTIST&Related-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] Page Pro & Related TI-99-4A-SW-Page-Pro&Related-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] Formorall Inc. TI-99-4A-MANU-Formorall-Inc.-v1.00.pdf [+0] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DEVELOPER´s SECTION 16.11.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-DVLP-BETORI-v1.02.pdf [+1] [+1] TI-99-4A-SW-FORTH-v1.03c.pdf [16] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ADVENTURE-GAMES (with & w/o the Adventure-Cartridge) 20.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-SW-GAMES-ADVENTURE-CART-V1.11.pdf [20] TI-99-4A-SW-GAMES-ADVENTURE-Stand-Alone-V1.11.pdf [1] TI-99-4A-SW-SCOTT-ADAMS-v1.00-beta.pdf [0] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DOOM-GAMES (requiring the Doom-cartridge) 20.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-SW-GAMES-DOOM-v1.14c.pdf [+64] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SPACE-GAMES 18.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-SW-GAMES-SPACE-V1.01-beta.pdf [1] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CASSETTE & GENERAL SOFTWARE 26.11.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-SW-CASSETTES-v1.01-beta.pdf [+27] TI-99-4A-SW-LISTINGS-C&VG-Magazine-v1.02.pdf [+0] TI-99-4A-SW-Ti-Basic-V1.00-beta.pdf [+0] TI-99-4A-SW-TEXT-v1.00-beta.pdf [+0] AA-PROJECTS / GROUPS: TI-99-4A-SW-AA-SSGC-V1.03.pdf [+14] TI-99-4A-SW-AA-BoCC-V1.02-BETA.pdf [+0] TI-99-4A-SW-AA-DeVeLoPD-V1.02-BETA.pdf [+0] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - STAINLESS Software (Stephen Shaw) 23.08.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Important: please find the FULL infos here: http://shawweb.myzen.co.uk/stephen TI-99-4A-SW-STAINLESS-v1.03.pdf [14] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EDUCATIONAL (all categories) 19.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-EDUCATION-ALL-v1.10.pdf [9] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DOKU, PAPERS, BOOKS, LINKS 02.03.2018 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-DOKU-BOOKS-v1.06a--347.pdf [31] TI-99-DOKU-MANUALS-v1.06a--100.pdf [17] TI-99-DOKU-TECH-DOCs-v1.06a--21.pdf [13] TI-99-DOKU-ALL-PAPERS-v1.06a--470.pdf [15] TI-99-DOKU-LINKS-v1.02b-beta.pdf [10] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CONSOLE - TYPES (ALL CPUs) 19.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-CONSOLES-v1.10-ALL-CPUs.pdf [19] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - GENEVE 9640 & PARTS 28.12.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-GENEVE-9640-v1.14-beta.pdf [+31] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - POWERSUPPLIES 26.10.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CONSOLE: TI-99-4x-PowerSupplies-v1.12.pdf [10] OTHERS: TI-99-4x-PowerSupplies-OTHERs-v1.15.JPG.pdf [0] PICTURES: [15] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PEB-CARDs 27.06.2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-PEB-CARDS-v1.10.pdf [27] TI-99-4A-HW-SW-SAMS-v1.02-beta.pdf [+14] TI-99-4A-FLOPPY-CONTROLLER-v1.00.pdf [0] TI-99-4A-HDD-CONTROLLER-v1.00.pdf [+0] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SIDEPORT-DEVICES 18.12.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Cartridges only: TI-99-4A-HW-SIDEPORT-CARTRIDGES-v1.11.pdf [+0] Other devices: TI-99-4A-HW-SIDEPORT-DEVICES-v1.11.pdf [+28] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - F18A - 80 Column & Enhanced Graphics Supported Programs 19.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - please refer to Omegas thread, there is all desired info: F18A - 80 Column & Enhanced Graphics Supported Programs 51.71KB 41 downloads - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - RS232&PIO-DEVICES w/o printers 16.11.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-IO-DEVs-RS232&PIO-V1.01-beta.pdf [+1] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - HID - HUMAN INPUT DEVICES 23.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-HID-HumanInputDevices-v1.10-BETA.pdf [1] TI-99-4A-HW-HID-MOUSE-v1.00-beta.pdf [0] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FLOPPY-DRIVES 18.06.2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - please see the right column for PEB-compability: 1 or 2 drives in PEB=OK 1=1 drive OK, 2 maybe (due to drive-power) E=Ext 80=FDC-MOD needed N=non-TI all TI-99 compatible drives (main list): TI-99-4A-FLOPPIES-TI-99-v1.10-ALL-TI-99.pdf [+62] only 1 in PEB / PeriBox: TI-99-4A-FLOPPIES-Only-1-inPEB-v1.10.pdf [+39] 80-track / MOD needed: TI-99-4A-FLOPPIES-80TRACK-wMOD-TI-v1.10.pdf [+31] "all" vintage floppy drives: TI-99-4A-FLOPPIES-TI-99-v1.10-ALL.pdf [+0] I am Legend: (please ask for manuals, I have many of them) Many thanks to Louis Guion & Glen Fredricks, their lists were the basic for me in 2015, and inspirated me to do more work on the lists, from the today´s point of view. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FLOPPY - FORMATS (BETA) 06.02.2018 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A_KB-FLOPPY-FORMATS-v1.10.pdf [+52] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EMULATORs & TOOLs (BETA) 29.02.2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-EMU-and-TOOLs-v2.05b.pdf [+65] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - PRINTERS 31.10.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TI-99-4A-PRINTERs-v1.11.pdf [+24] - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DEVICES USING C R U s 19.09.2015 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 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  3. NOTE: FinalGROM only files are listed near the bottom of this entry. FlashROM 99 Compatible Files Last update: 03/31/2020 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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Gram Kracker & Widget) Message #663 cf2k_8.bin CF2K v2.1 Message #503 CF2K_V2.4.bin CF2K v2.4 Message #502 CFHDXP32k8.bin CF7+ Version of CFHDX Message #986 CFHDXS32k8.bin NanoPEB Version of CFHDX Message #986 ClockMaster32Kb8.BIN Clock program (Requires MBP Clock) Message #662 copycatC.bin Copy-Cat Message #654 CRUTEST32kb8.bin CRU Test Message #636 DISKTOCASS32Kb8.BIN Disk To Cassette Message #458 DISKFIXER21.BIN Disk Fixer 2.1 Message #813 EA5CART_C.BIN EA/5 Loader (Requires Storage Device) Message #3 EAII.BIN Editor/Assembler II Message #353 EAII80Edit-8.bin Edit/Assembler II with 80 Column Editor Message #28 eaprom_IV_NON.bin Edit/Assembler II with debugger 40/80 Columns Message #591 ENCRYPT32KB8.bin Encrypt / Encode It Message #23 EXPLORER32KB8.bin Explorer Keyboard Strip Message #290 DISKMANAGER32KB8.bin Disk Manager 3 Message #319 DISKMASTER32KB8.bin Disk Master Message #318 DM100061.BIN Disk Manager 1000 Version 6.1 PDF Message #182 DM2K26.BIN Disk Manager 2000 Message #62 (Updated 3/31/2020) DSK2PC32k8.bin Disk to PC Program for the HDX (Requires HDX) Message #986 DSK2PCV12-8.BIN Disk to PC program for the HDX (Requires HDX) Message #100 DU_2K-8.BIN Disk Utilities 2000 Message #215 fastterm32k8.bin Fast Term Message #994 Browser9.2 Stuart's Internet Browser Message #468 KJTEST32kb8.bin Keyboard / Joystick Tester Message #636 LEXP_v21a.bin Paisley Version of Millers Graphics Explorer Message #38 (Updated 08/02/2019) MGEXP.bin Millers Graphics Explorer Message #1 NPDSK2PC32k8.bin Nano Compatible version of DSK2PC Message #986 PREDIT803n.bin Program Editor Message #19 PALEA5.bin PALEA5 (Requires F18A) Message #301 QR32KB8.BIN QR Code Generator (F18A Compatible) Message #21 RENAME FOR USE scratchpad_loader_ROM.zip Load E/A5's from DSK Message #1144 SETCLOCK8.bin By: Gazoo (Works with CorComp & BWG) Manual Message #41 The Explorer Ver 1.0.ZIP By: Tarik Insani (Texcomp) Message #2 (Added 07/19/2019) TIMXT3n.BIN TIMXT Communications Program (Requires F18A) Message #353 TIPIMENU_8.BIN TIPI Menu Loader (Requires TIPI) Message #3 TIPI CLOCK.zip Clock Display Program for TIPI equipped TI's Message #109 CLASSIC & TI CARTRIDGE GAMES 5CARDDRAW32KB8.bin 5 Card Draw Message #253 9900BREAKT.bin 9900 Breath-Thru Message #523 A-Maze-ing.BIN A Maze-ing Message 121 Adventure.BIN The Adventure Module Message #87 AGENDA9932Kb8.BIN Agenda 99 Message #459 Alpiner.BIN Alpiner Message #104 ALTMUNCH32KB8.bin An alternate version of Munchman Message #429 ANGLER8.BIN Angler Dangler Message #187 ARTHROPOD32KB8.bin Arthropod Message #338 ASTRO32KB8.bin Astro Fighter Message #265 ASTROBLITZ32kb8.BIN Astro Blitz Message #452 BACKSTEINE32KB8.bin Backsteine Message #434 BANGBANGSUB32Kb8.BIN Bang Bang Sub Message #396 BERLIN32KB8.bin Berlin Message #253 B-B32KB8.bin Billard & Breakout Message #338 BADWALLS32KB8.BIN Bad Walls Message #563 BlackjackPoker.BIN Blackjack & Poker Message #134 BREAKOUT32kn8.BIN Breakout Message #441 BuckRogers.32K8.BIN Buck Rogers Message #1074 BURDIE SLANG8.BIN Burdie Slang Message #180 Burgertime.BIN Burgertime Message #121 BUZZARD32KB8.bin Buzzard Bait Message #424 CBALL32KB8.bin Cannon Ball Blitz Message #310 CAVE32KB8.bin Cave Creature Message #434 Carwars.BIN Car Wars Message #104 Caverns.BIN Caverns Message #134 Cerberus.BIN Cerberus Message #186 Chisholm.BIN Chisholm Trail Message #104 CLOWNS32KB8.bin Clowns Message #239 COMPUCAR32kb8.BIN Compu-Car (Non English) Message #207 CongoBongo.BIN Congo Bongo Message #121 CROSSFIRE32KB8.bin Crossfile Message #239 CUBIT32KB8.bin Cubit Message #310 Demon.BIN Demon Message #104 destruct.bin Mission Destruct Message #491 Dragon.Zip Dragon (EA/3 Disk Conversion by: sprot Message #7 Added (5/25/2019) DRIVINGDEMON32KB8.bin Driving Demon Message #468 DTC_32KB8.bin Defend The Cities Message #360 ENTRAMMENT32KB8.bin Entrapment Message #318 ESPIAL.BIN (Included in ZIP) (Message # 4919) (Added 02/28/2020) Thanks acadiel! 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The letter "G" in the filename denotes a GROM based image. AID TEXT FILES aidtextfg99.zip AID Text files for FG99 programs Message #912 UTILITIES F18A_V19.ZIP F18A Update Utility to Ver. 1.9 (Multiple Formats) Message #001 (Updated 12/20/2019) GAMES alexkidd8.bin Alex Kidd (Playable Demo) Message #001 ASTIROIDS_G.ZIP Message #9 (Linked 12/13/2019) atarisoft512K8.bin AtariSoft Multicart Message #150 enigma.zip Enigma (Asteroids Clone) Message #13 flying-shark-v1.2.1-8.bin Flying Shark Message #270 jetpac.bin Jetpack Message #305 knightlore8.bin Knight Lore Message #31 parkerBr.zip Parker Brothers SUBDIRECTORY Message #890 Rasmus-8in1-cart-8.bin Rasmus 8-N-1 Arcade Message # 068 redbaron8.bin Red Baron Message #36 tilda_8.bin The Legend of Tilda Not Final Version Message #103 Tutank.zip Tutankham Message # 832 War Zone II-512K-8.bin War Zone II Message # 258 CONTEST COMPILATION(s) 4k-contest-8.bin 4K Contest Compilation of 2018 Cart Labels Message #379 DEMO's f18a-monkey8.bin Monkey Island Demo Message #282 megademo8.bin Don't Mess With Texas Mega Demo Message #282 GROM Cartridges 4ADOSFG99.zip Auto starting version of 4A/DOS (load once) Message # 1219 Note: This version will NOT work on the UberGROM board advert8g.bin Advertizer Module Message #1095 Extended BASIC 2.5 Extended BASIC 2.5 Message #798 phm311G.BIN Microsoft Multiplan Loader Message #729 Microsoft Quick Reference Guide & Keyboard Strip Microsoft Manual 80 Column Disk 40 Column Disk phm3011G.bin Speech Editor & PDF Manual Message #800 FG-Super Extended BASIC SUPER Extended BASIC Message #780 RXB2015.ZIP RXB 2015 Message #833 TI Extended BASIC PHM 3026 TI Extended BASIC Message #745 TI LOGO PHM 3040 TI LOGO Message #746 FG-TI Mini Memory PHM 3058 Easy Bug & Mini Memory Message #744 512K Mini Memory with paging on FinalGROM 99 Message #1 (NEW Added: 11/11/2019)
  4. Finally got around to inventorying my TI-99/4A doubles. Some cart-only, some complete in box (CIB). TI, Atarisoft, Romox and Funware are all represented - some harder to find than others. For the TI-produced cartridges that came in varying style labels and carts, they are original black labels with black carts unless otherwise noted below; similarly, for CIB games that had both original and modern-style manuals, they are original-style unless otherwise noted below. All carts have been cleaned and tested and work great. Please shoot me a PM with any questions, including for pictures and prices. I like to get a dialogue going because I'm always willing to discount when purchasing multiple items. I also have a bunch of manuals not listed that could be paired with carts, so don't hesitate to inquire. Here's a complete list: TI-99/4 (Not "A") Gatefold-Style Packaging w/ -99/4 Manual A-MAZE-ING CIB Football CIB Hunt the Wumpus CIB Music Maker CIB TI Complete in Box - Modern-Style Packaging (Plastic) Connect Four CIB (red label/beige cart; original-style manual) Microsurgeon CIB Moon Mine CIB Moonsweeper CIB Star Trek CIB Treasure Island CIB TI Complete in Box Alpiner CIB A-Maze-Ing CIB (modern-style manual) The Attack CIB (modern-style manual & red label cart) Blasto CIB Football CIB (red label/black cart) Home Financial Decisions CIB Hunt the Wumpus CIB (modern-style manual) Measurement Formulas CIB Microsurgeon CIB Munch Man CIB Number Magic CIB (with TI-99/4 manual) Parsec CIB Personal Record Keeping CIB Tax/Investment Record Keeping CIB TI Invaders CIB x 2 Tombstone City CIB Euro Version Touch Typing Tutor CIB Video Chess CIB Cartridges (cart-only unless noted) Atarisoft Centipede Dig Dug CIB Dig Dug Donkey Kong cart + box & warranty card mostly still wrapped Donkey Kong Jungle Hunt CIB Jungle Hunt Moon Patrol Pac-Man Picnic Paranoia Pole Position Protector II Shamus Funware Ambulance Henhouse Parker Brothers Popeye Scott, Foresman Frog Jump (harder to find red lettering label covering a Tronics Sales Corporation label) + manual Reading Wonders 10-12 + manual and matching "reader" booklet Space Journey Texas Instruments Adventure (red label/black cart) Adventure (red label/beige cart) A-Maze-Ing (red label/beige cart) The Attack Beginning Grammar (with TI-99/4 manual) Beginning Grammar (green label/beige cart; with modern-style manual) Bigfoot (MBX) Blackjack and Poker Blackjack and Poker (red label/black cart) Blasto Blasto (red label) Burgertime Car Wars Chisholm Trail Chisholm Trail (red label/black cart) Congo Bongo Early Learning Fun (green label/black cart) Facemaker Home Financial Decisions Household Budget Management Household Budget Management (tan label/beige cart) Hunt the Wumpus Indoor Soccer Integers (black label/beige cart) Jawbreaker II Microsurgeon Mind Challengers Mini Memory Moonsweeper Munch Man Munch Man (red label/black cart) Munchmobile (red label/beige cart) Music Maker (green label/beige cart) Music Maker Parsec (purple label) Parsec (red label) Personal Real Estate Personal Record Keeping Reading Flight Sewermania (MBX) Soundtrack Trolley (MBX) Terminal Emulator II TI Extended Basic TI Invaders TI Invaders (red label/black cart) Tombstone City Tombstone City (red label/black cart) Video Chess Video Chess (red label/beige cart) Video Games 1 Video Games 1 (red label/beige cart) Yahtzee Yahtzee (red label/beige cart) ZeroZap ZeroZap (red label/beige cart) Triton 4A Flyer *I also have a non-working Bigfoot (MBX) cartridge in case there's any interest in rolling the dice in an attempt to bring it back from the dead* **Post is updated as items are sold, so inventory listed is always accurate**
  5. . Hi Folks, we have a date in Germany Pls find more infos on www.errorfree.de thx .
  6. On 03/10/2016 this entry was temporarily unlocked to perform maintenance after the AtariAge update. Have you ever wondered, if you could only have one cartridge for your TI-99/4A what cartridge that would be? That question was answered thanks to the late Atari Age member Tony "The Great Gazoo" Knerr. Tony "The Great Gazoo" Knerr - Born 09/22/1958 - Passed 09/22/2015 Are you a Newbie or returning TI'er with only a console? If so, forget about buying one of those over-priced XB carts on eBait, get this cartridge instead. This Cartridge will work on limited machines too. Version 1, while holding down the space bar will take you directly to Extended BASIC with no need for 32K or an expansion system. As you E X P A N D your system or gain more knowledge, you'll grow into this cartridge, but I doubt you'll ever outgrow it... Do you have a P-Box or Nano-PEB or both? This cartridge "supports them all" and has a suite of programs that are REALLY USEFUL, so it does not matter if you have a CorComp FDC, TI-FDC, Myarc HFDC or a Nano-PEB, this thing is ready for you now or in the future, however you choose to expand. Are you more of an advanced user? Do you want to do some assembly language programming? This single cartridge REPLACES the Editor/Assembler cartridge too! So now if you want to program, it's got you covered there too, and yes, it'll even load E/A 3's not just the E/A 5 files like most loaders. So where are we at? This thing REPLACES Extended Basic AND the Editor Assembler, and it costs less than both those cartridges combined but it does so much more! In fact it does so much more that I'm not even going to attempt to cover it all here! If you want to learn more, download the documentation below or on the authors thread. Tony left us an awesome legacy, for utility I do not believe a better cartridge will ever come to be. This cartridge is the end product of YEARS of development. Many of the "TI-Gods & Guru's" have their mark on this cartridge, in the hardware, software and integration of everything into this one package. Now you the user can get it at a very affordable price. Oh yeah, if you just want to relax a little, it comes pre-loaded with 16 games. So now if you just want to play a quick game of Parsec, Pole Position, Solitaire or whatever, it's got you covered there too. This is a well thought out cartridge and one I believe belongs in EVERYBODY'S personal TI-Library. ** UPDATE 09/27/2015 ** So long my friend, thank you for letting me be your beta tester on this project, while I could never understand why you chose me, it was indeed an honor. You'll be missed. ** UPDATE 04/24/2015 ** Gazoo came out with a major improvement for users of BOOT! Version 2, as the video shows, when you turn on your TI, hit reset or quit a program you will now automatically return to BOOT! No more having to press buttons to get past the title and menu screens. To download the utility and update your cartridge, go to Gazoo's post << HERE >> Update from 03/27/2015 You can now UPDATE YOUR CARTRIDGE IN THE TI CARTRIDGE SLOT! Check this message << HERE >> for details from the author! This is simply an awesome new utility, one that even has the ability to 'unbrick' a cartridge by using a special loader in TI BASIC! Check it out! XB v2.7 Suite.pdf
  7. I got my first-ever TI-99/4A last fall and have been enjoying it immensely. That said, since I have it in use all the time, I don't have any need for the AWESOME travel case that it came in. I have no idea of the history of this item, other than that the foam cutouts are clearly made for the TI-99/4A and its components. Here are some pics. Since it appears to be a unique item, I have no idea what to ask for it, so let's give "best offer" a try and go from there. Any q's and to make an offer, please shoot me a PM. Please note that these pictures are for display purposes only and you would only be purchasing the case itself with the padding - no TI-99/4A computer or accessories. Thanks!
  8. Looking for the original cartridge and manual of Munch Man II for TI-99/4A. If someone is willing to sell a spare or their own copy that they're tired of, please shoot me a PM. Thanks! Just got this cart + manual in a lot, so no need for this anymore. Woo!
  9. This is not my usual blog entry. This is more of a CHEAT SHEET to links that can be hard to find of downloadable books, manuals, keyboard strips, reference cards, etc. Clicking on the links will take you to the message where the item is available for download. Added "ARTWORK" category near the bottom. 3D PRINTER FILES 32K & TIPI Case CF7+ 3D Case CartShells Speech Synthesizer Enclosure Texas Instruments LOGO Coaster Off-site TI related 3D files CR-2032 Battery Holder for Mini Memory FinalGROM Shell Mini TI-99/4A Console Nano-PEB Case Another Nano-PEB Case Power Switch for Black & Silver Consoles Storage Rack for TI cartridges TI-99/4A Rpi Box TI Logo Coin TI Logo Ring Wumpus TI related, but non-4A related objects CC-40 EEPROM Case KEYBOARD STRIPS 4/A Talk, P-Term, TI LOGO Disk Manager 1000, Graphx, Disk Assembler, GRAM Kracker, TI-Calc, P-Code Editor/Assembler & Terminal Emulator II Miller's Graphics Explorer New Version of Miller's Graphics Explorer Submarine Commander Telco TI-Writer, Multiplan & Video Chess BEIGE Disk Assembler, BEIGE TI-Writer, BEIGE Graphx, BEIGE P-Code BEIGE Terminal Emulator II, Editor Assembler, TI Forth and TI-Writer (German) BEIGE 99/8 BASIC, BEIGE 99/8 TI-Writer, BEIGE 99/8 BASIC, BEIGE 99/8 P-System PS/2 Console (single row) PS/2 Console & BA-Writer (three row) QUICK REFERENCE CARDS TI-Base Quick Reference Card (Added 02/02/2020) (See full manual in manual section below) TI-Editor/Assembler Reference Card TI-Extended BASIC TI-Writer, Multiplan & TI BASIC Willey Quick Reference Guide for TI-BASIC BINDERS & COVERS Editor/Assembler - Spine Old Style Manual Cover Templates SHIFT838 Newsletter Binder TI - Binder Covers for Multiplan and TI-Writer XB256D Manual Cover 3 Ring Binder Spine for Yesterday's News Technical Data Cover (Remake) (New 01/25/2020) AFTERMARKET / SCANNED and UPDATED MANUALS 3D Bowling 4A Flyer All Star Baseball Aztec Game Manual B-1 Nuclear Bomber Backgammon Barrage scan Beyond Parsec scan BHXP1 Experimental Aircraft Simulator Boot, Remind Me!, Road Hunter Boxer, Qmaze,Spot Shot, Star Runner Centipede scan Computer War Copy C Instruction Manual Cortex BASIC 80 (manual in 'starter kit) F18A, FR99 compliant Data Base Management Manual By: Navarone Death Drones scan Defender scan Desk Top Publisher Manual By: Databiotics Dig Dug scan Disk Manager 1000-6 Disk Utilities 4.20 (Formatting slightly off) Donkey Kong scan Editor/Assembler Manual Fast Term II fbForth Manual Frogger scan Junkman Jr. scan Killer Caterpillar Midnight Mason Micro Pinball Mine Sweeper original document Micro-Tennis scan Moon Patrol scan Moonvasion scan Ms. Pacman scan Munchman scan Mini Memory Line-by-Line Assembler Miller's Graphics Explorer Manual (Hotlinked from Ciro's Webpage) Mini Memory Module Night Stalker Manual Page Pro 99 scan Peripheral Expansion System - Theory of Operation Personal Record Keeping Picasso Publisher 2.0 Documentation Manual Picnic Paranoia scan Pole Position scan PreEditor scan PRE-SCAN IT! cleaned scan (Added 03/01/2020) Protector II scan Rich Extended BASIC Manual Sabre Wulf (the official TI Manual) By: Rasmus Moustgaard Shamus Slinky Game Manual Sorgan II Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator Strike Three! scan Sparkdrummer's Challenge: Rescue At Atari Age (Original Manual) http://atariage.com/forums/topic/288039-new-game-stratego/?p=4215361Stratego - A game of Battlefield Strategy (Original Manual) Submarine Commander Telco, TI-Lander, TI-Runner, TI-Scramble remakes Terminal Emulator II Manual TI-Artist scan TI-Artist Plus! TI-Base Manual (Added 02/02/2020) (See TI-Base Quick Reference Card above in Reference Card section) TI BASIC Support Module Documentation restored TI Extended BASIC Manual Features Linked Index TI - Microsoft Multiplan TI - Runner Level Editor TI Speech Synthesis Tombstone City TRIS Game Manual scan MAD-HUG - Teach Yourself TI BASIC Q-Bert scan Tunnels of Doom scan Video Chess (Updated 02/16/2020) Volcano Fortress Yahtzee CARTRIDGE LABELS 4A Disk Operating System 2018 Contest 4K Short N' Sweet Games-A 2018 4K Contest Label-B Alex Kidd Aperture Atarisoft Labels Cartridge Label for Atarisoft Compilation Bounce 'N' Pounce (NEW 01/28/2020) 8K Super Cart Cortex BASIC 80 Crossfire Disk Manager 2000 E.T. The Extra Terrestrial E.T. In His Adventure on Land E.T. In His Adventure at Sea fbForth Labels (Not the ones the author / creator uses on his cartridges for sale) FinalGROM 99 Cartridge Label FlashROM 99 Flying Shark Hide & Seek Rock Runner Miller's Graphics Explorer Cartridge Labels Mouskattack Mr. Chin Myarc Extended BASIC II Night Stalker - A Night Stalker - B JetPac (Powered By TURBOFORTH) Perfect Push Postscript/PDF Labels (assortment) Rasmus' 8-N-1 Arcade Rasmus 8-N-1 Arcade (Old School Version) Scrabble Skyway Snake Plissken Space Station Pheta Stuart's Internet Browser Super TI-99 Mario Bros. Submarine Commander & River Rescue TurboForth and Development Cartridge Labels Turmoil Version 1 -- Turmoil Version 2 Tutankham cartridge label A method for printing, preparation and attachment of the cartridge labels is << HERE >> DISKETTE LABELS Logo Labels Panzer Strike Panzer Strike Diskette Sleeve Stratego 5.25 Diskette Label Yesterday's News 5.25 Diskette Label TurboForth v1.2 for 5.25 Diskettes P-BOX CARD LABELS Myarc RS-232 Interface Card Label Myarc DDCC-1 Floppy Controller Label TI 128 K Super RAM Expansion Label TI 32 K Memory Expansion Label TI Disk Controller Label TI IEEE-488 Interface Label TI Flex Cable Interface Label TI P-Code Ver 4.0 Label TI RS-232 Interface Label TI Video Controller Label MISCELLANEOUS LABELS (Requires Label Maker for best results) "Solid State Cartridge" label ARTWORK Console In "Blueprint" Format" Geneve 9640 Motherboard "Steampunked TI System" TI-99/4A Motherboard & Internal Power Supply "TI User Lives Here" Sign (PDF format) UberGROM Cartridge Schematic "Blueprint" "Unauthorized Service" Sign MISCELLANEOUS WORKSHEETS NanoSheet Make a computer desk for your TI out of a single sheet of plywood MISCELLANEOUS 3RD PARTY MANUALS Hamsoft 99 (Kantronics) - Amateur Radio Use Only Rave 99 Expansion Box (PE/2) MISCELLANEOUS TECHNICAL MATERIALS AND SCHEMATICS Video Controller Card Materials BWG Floppy Drive Controller Schematic FLUG DSDD Floppy Drive Controller Schematic Horizon RAM Disk Construction Guide TI RS-232 Schematic Disk Drive Operating and Service Manuals Mechatronic 80 Column Card Schematic Mechatronic 80 Column SCART cable for 6 pin DIN Myarc FDCC-1 Floppy Drive Controller Schematic NTSC to PAL Video Conversion Instructions Percom Floppy Drive Controller Quest 200 Ram Disk Schematic Terminal Emulator II Protocol Manual TI Product 360 DSSD Floppy Drive Controller Schematic Zeno Board Schematics & Technical Information SOFTWARE & PROGRAMMING C-99 Floating Point Library GPL Debugger Operations Guide Software Development System Programmer's Guide (Useful for guys writing for the FinalGROM 99) PROGRAMMING AIDS Character Coding Sheets CPU RAM Chart DCHAR2 Layout Screen Sprite Table Sheet GENEVE 9640 MATERIALS Geneve 9640 Pinouts (pwr & video) GENMOD In UNAUTHORIZED UPDATES TO OUTDATED MANUALS nanoPEB Documentation V1 & V2 SELF HELP & INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS Console Debugging By: John Guion HISTORICAL SECTION The Nostalgic feeling of opening a NEW P-Box (Added 3/5/2020) Texas Instruments - The Personal Computer Division White Papers (Added 2/2/2020) Triton Advertising Flyer (Good Quality) From: OLD CS1 (Added 2/14/2020) 99/4A "National Assistance Group" Invitation/Advertisement (Added 2/15/2020) Please message me with high quality links that I've obviously missed or you wish to be included.
  10. Here we have a Texas Instruments TI-99/4A Home Computer Bundle. The computer has been lightly cleaned and fully tested and works great! Don't roll the dice on an untested unit when you can purchase this fantastic starter bundle with confidence! Includes everything you need to get your retro gaming on as soon as the package arrives at your doorstep. Here's everything you get: TI-99/4A Computer (original black/silver model; 1983 production date) TI Speech Synthesizer TI Power Supply TI RF Modulator (even includes a push-on F-type balun for more modern TVs) TI Dual Joysticks Original Box with Styrofoam Insert Five (5) Complete in Box Games: Parsec, Munch Man, Tombstone City: 21st Century, Car Wars and Zero Zap - all tested Several Manuals/Reference Guides: User's Reference Guide w/Addendum, Beginner's BASIC, Read This First w/Addendum, BASIC Reference Card, Wired Remote Controllers and Video Modulator manuals, TI-99/4A Owner/User Information Card,TexNet Information Services pamphlet and TI Computer Advantage Club flyer During testing, one joystick worked as it should and the other only worked in the "left" and "down" directions. Considering the stock joysticks aren't very good, anyway, it is recommended that you purchase an Atari joystick adapter and use your favorite Atari-compatible joysticks instead. While the RF modulator works, it is recommended that you upgrade to a composite AV cable. Such cables are pretty inexpensive and readily available. As evidenced by the close-up picture, the cord of the modulator that plugs into the computer is starting to fray a bit. The keyboard strip, while present, is just sitting in position, as a strip holder is not affixed to this computer. The computer box has seen better days but still holds its shape fairly well. As seen in one of the pictures, a prior owner cut out the bottom end of each of the five game boxes, most likely for easy access. "Zero Zap" is handwritten on the side of the Zero Zap box; "Hangman" is handwritten on the side of the Tombstone City box. While several minor flaws have been identified, please see pictures for exact condition of all items. Asking $110 plus shipping OBO. Will ship in a carefully packed box via USPS Priority Mail. Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to see additional pictures. ***Cross-posted on eBay***
  11. Just a few things I'd like to get out of the way. Thanks for looking. 🙂 Lot of 3 Nintendo Carts: Power Puff (GBC); Home On The Range & Backyard Baseball (GBA) $5 shipped 4 Vintage Mac software CD's includes You Don't Know Jack & Scrabble $5 shipped Jaguar TV Game Switch $5 shipped Atari Action Pack 2 CD and disks vintage Mac $5 shipped Simpsons Cartoon Studio vintage Mac $5 shipped Casino for vintage Mac SEALED $6.80 shipped Lot of Apple II games: Zork I, Type Attack, Where in the World, Magazine disk SOLD Box Only for Atari Jaguar Dino Dudes $5 shipped SOLD Manual for TI-99/4A RS-232 PEB card $3 shipped SOLD
  12. Just acquired a TI-99/4A and I'm in the market for some games. No need for CIB but I like to pair my games with manuals. Below is a list of what I already have, so compare that to what you're willing to part with and shoot me a note if you think we can do business together. Thanks! Here is what I already have: 4A Flyer cart + manual Addition and Subtraction 1 cart + manual Alpiner cart + manual A-Maze-ing cart + manual Ambulance cart + manual Ant Eater CIB (manual = back of box) The Attack cart + manual Beginning Grammar cart + manual Bigfoot cart + manual Blackjack and Poker cart + manual Blasto cart + manual Buck Rogers CIB Burgertime CIB Car Wars cart + manual Centipede cart + manual Chisholm Trail cart + manual Congo Bongo cart + manual Connect Four cart + manual Defender cart + manual Dig Dug cart + manual Donkey Kong cart + manual Driving Demon CIB (manual = back of box) Early Learning Fun cart + manual Fathom cart + manual Football cart + manual Frogger cart + manual Hangman cart + manual Henhouse cart (need manual!) Hen Pecked NIB Honey Hunt cart + manual + overlay Hopper CIB Hunt the Wumpus cart + manual Hustle cart + manual Indoor Soccer CIB Jawbreaker II cart + manual Jungle Hunt cart + manual M.A.S.H. cart + manual Meteor Belt cart + manual Micro Pinball cart + manual Microsurgeon CIB Midnite Mason cart + manual Mind Challengers cart + manual Miner 2049er cart (need manual!) Moon Mine CIB Moon Patrol cart + manual Moonsweeper cart + manual Ms. Pac-Man CIB Munch Man cart + manual Munch Man II cart + manual Munch Mobile cart + manual Othello cart + manual Pac-Man cart + manual Parsec cart + manual Picnic Paranoia CIB Popeye CIB Princess and Frog CIB (manual = back of box) Protector II CIB Q*bert CIB Rabbit Trail cart + manual Return to Pirate's Isle cart + manual Rotor Raiders NIB Sewermania cart + manual Shamus cart + manual Slymoids cart + manual Sneggit cart + manual Soundtrack Trolley cart + manual Space Bandits cart + manual Star Trek cart + manual St. Nick cart (need box, since back of box = manual) Strike Three! cart (need manual!) Super Demon Attack CIB Superfly cart + manual TI Invaders cart + manual Tombstone City cart + manual Treasure Island CIB Video Chess cart + manual Video Games 1 CIB (original TI-99/4 gatefold style) Yahtzee CIB (original TI-99/4 gatefold style) Zero Zap cart + manual
  13. Here's a little device I bought on ebay. Got it out of curiosity really. Costed me 40 EUR including shipping in Germany. It's a centronics interface that plugs into the sideport. Basically what interested me most is what DSR is included. Appears to have costed 299 german mark back then. That is according to the "Kaufhof" label that is still on the original box. Probably boils down to 300 EUR nowadays. I scanned the device using my own DSR scan program, but nothing shows up. So either the device is broken or it needs power from an external source (the centronics interface?) Anyone else seen such a device before? At least it's new to me. Centronics would be matrix printer style right?
  14. This is a more targeted continuation of the blatantly hijacked thread <here>. Executive Summary of this go-forward: The NanoPEB being periodically peddled on eBay is a wonderful little device, providing 3 virtual disk drives which map to a Compact Flash card, a 32K RAM expansion, and an RS232 serial port. Unfortunately, the serial port was set up in such a way that virtually all existing Terminal Emulation software packages take one look at that serial port, and promptly throw their dish on the floor. The technical details of that I leave to vaster minds than mine to explain. Meanwhile, I have slapped together what I think is a toy many of us would like to have and use, a WiFi modem that is RS232 compatible and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. The prototype has been proven with several IBM-ish 8088 machines, and I have been surfing Telnet BBS's with it. I would like to test and use it with my TI-99/4A plus NanoPEB, but the terminal software always stops me, since none of them like my serial port. My current quest is to find, make, beg, borrow, steal or barter a package into working with the NanoPEB. The ultimate goal is to publish details of this very simple modem, so that others in this community can make their own for less than $10 and a few minutes work, and go BBS surfing using their household WiFi, Telnet, and a T-99/4A with either an "original" serial port or a NanoPeb. I'll explain how once it's tested, as I don't want folks clamoring to build one only to find that it doesn't work in this plane of existence. The modem itself works in another environment, but I'm a firm believer in end-to-end systems testing. Besides, I have a NanoPEB, so I'm greedy and want it to work with my TI-99/4A. So that's the lay of the land. In our last episode (thread) InsaneMultitasker had generously thrown me a software package thinking it might work. I'm sorry to report that it doesn't. It runs well up until the moment any byte is actually sent down the line, then it crashes. (Cursor stops blinking, and no keys respond.) To be thorough I connected a null modem cable between the NanoPeb and the modem, (they normally dock directly), but the behavior was the same. The quest continues,...
  15. After holding on to these for years I am now auctioning my two rarest video game carts for the TI-99/4a. 1. Navarone "Frog Stickers" (created when Navarone bought over Romox and was still reusing there old cart cases). c. 1986 2. Romox "Princess and Frog" on ECPC edge connect programmable cartridge with paperwork. c. 1984/84 Both are tested and are currently up for auction ebay. with no reserve.. hoping these both make it into someones collection who can enjoy them.. thanks http://tinyurl.com/kk52c5g
  16. Does anyone know the dimensions of the label holder for the ti-99/4a. I am planning on making a 3D model and print ing it. I currently do not have one on my ti-99.
  17. Hello. I have the following games for sale for the TI-99/4A: Donkey Kong (cartridge only, has a rattling inside that we can't figure out how to fix, but the cartridge works fine) Pole Position (boxed w/manual) Centipede (boxed w/manual) Jungle Hunt (boxed w/manual) Defender (boxed w/manual) I can sell the DK game for around $8, the rest can go for $20 each. Also have the following, that I'm willing to sell (prices will follow each item): Merlin: The 10th Quest (in box, $25) Spyro 3 PS1 game Greatest Hits (sticker on cd, $15) If interested, give me a message with your zip code, so I can calculate shipping. I can only ship to continental US buyers. Thanks. EDIT: All TI games are sold. Spyro 3 and Merlin: The 10th Quest are still available.
  18. This is a work in progress.. will be happy to add anything missing - Greg A few bits of information, rules and guidelines on posting. Short links to our sub-forums: TI-99/4A Computers http://ti99.atariage.com TI-99/4A Development http://dev99.atariage.com Please read the AtariAge site guidelines which apply to and are enforced in our subs. Our sub-forums are divided to help cater to the varied interests in our beloved platform. The parent sub-forum, TI-99/4A Computers, contains general information and conversation regarding the TI-99/4A and its siblings, such as the 99/2, 99/8, CC-40, and BASICALCS. The sub-forum TI-99/4A Development is for conversations, information, announcements, etc. pertaining to programming, tinkering, or the development of software or hardware for these computers. 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TI-99/4a and related Web pages: FTP site: ftp://ftp.whtech.com/ (ftp login is anonymous with NO PASSWORD) or just use http://ftp.whtech.com Gameshelf: http://tigameshelf.net/ Tech Pages: http://www.nouspikel.com/ti99/titechpages.htm Mainbyte photos lists and projects: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/ Fred Kaal's site: http://www.ti99-geek.nl/ 99er.net: http://99er.net/ ninerpedia: http://www.ninerpedia.org 99ers hall of fame: http://ti99ers.org/hof/ Jim Peterson Awards: http://ti99ers.org/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=77&pid=90#post_90 Tursi's TI software: http://www.harmlesslion.com/cgi-bin/showprog.cgi?TI994A http://www.ti99.com/ http://www.ti99.eu/ Users Groups: TI 99/4a OLUG: http://ti99ers.org Chicago TI 99/4a Users group: http://ti99ers.org/hof/bios/ChicagoUG/ChicagoUG.htm - The Chicago users group meets monthly and has a youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLTtWUO1syCerK4cPjOjPjg Austrian TI-99 Club: http://ti99blog.webs.com/- The new Austrian TI-99 Club has a meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm (GMT+1) Please pass this Information on to any 99ers you know from Austria. International Guests are very welcome TI 99/4a Italian User Club: http://www.ti99iuc.it TI user group of the UK: http://www.ti99ug.co.uk/ TI Gebruikersgroep (Netherlands): http://www.ti-99.nl/ TI Club Errorfree (Germany): http://www.errorfree.de/ User meets/festivals: USA: Chicago TI Fest: November 2, 2019 - Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Ave, Evanston, IL 60201 TI Fest West: sometime in 2020 - TBD Portland Retro Gaming Expo: https://www.retrogamingexpo.com/admission.php Europe: The German group will meet in Vienna (Austria) for 2020. It will take place from October 2nd to 4th (Friday to Sunday). The Dutch group will meet on 14th March 2020 in Den Haag, Netherlands. The British group will meet for their AGM on 17th and 18th April 2020 in Loughborough, England. More info: Windows Emulators: classic99: http://www.harmlesslion.com/cgi-bin/showprog.cgi?search=Classic99 Win994a: http://www.99er.net/win994a.shtml PC99: http://www.cadd99.com/ Linux Emulators: ti99sim: http://www.mrousseau.org/programs/ti99sim/ DOS Emulators: V9T9: http://www.99er.net/emul.shtml#V9T9 PC99: http://www.cadd99.com/ Multi-platform Emulators: Mame/MESS: http://mamedev.org/ (emulates every version of the 99/4a, the Geneve, 99/8 and more!) Java V9t9: http://eswartz.github.io/emul/ Browser based Emulators: JS99er.net: http://js99er.net/ Vendors: http://www.dsapsc.com/what-is-sid.html - SID99 add a SID soundchip to your TI http://codehackcreate.com - F18A vga VDP replacement https://shift838.fwscart.com/ - Geneve keyboard adapters, drive select boards, geneve scart adapters and more https://www.arcadeshopper.com/ - Software, Hardware, Cables and adapters. Flashrom99, SAMS, USB Keyboard adapters, Extended Basic 27 suite, RXB and much more.. new games, multi-carts etc FAQ: What are the differences with the different versions of the console? http://mainbyte.com/ti99/computers/computers.html has great photos and specific differences. The QI consoles will not allow ROM only cartridges to operate from the cart port. (Atarisoft, Funware etc) there is a software based solution for this: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/184559-bypass-v22-console-protection/?do=findComment&comment=2924284 and a disk is available on arcadeshopper.com How do I hook up my TI to a modern tv/monitor? NTSC: Composite cable - The 8 bit computers of the era all share the same cable, Atari 800, ColecoVision, Coleco Adam, C64 at the least.. Buy one here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Composite-video-cable/p/74389896/category=23804650 Make your own: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/cables/monitor.html PAL: Modify your PAL RF Modulator for use with modern TV's (PAGE IS IN ITALIAN MAY NEED TO USE GOOGLE TRANSLATE) http://www.ti99iuc.it/web/index.php?pageid=119&pagina=mod_proj1&sezione=4&data=Mod_and_Tuneed Build your own cable - VGA out (works on both PAL and NTSC consoles) F18A VDP replacement from codehackcreate.com allows you VGA out from your TI http://codehackcreate.com/store#!/F18A-V1-8-Video-Board/p/14022176/category=0 For those interested in getting a F18A VGA VDP replacement for your TI-99/4a here's the latest: The manufacturer is having boards made, he is doing this on his dime and in his spare time so it will be at least a month or two before they are available. (perhaps more) If you want one, go to http://codehackcreate.com/and follow these instructions: "If you want to be notified about F18A status and when the next batch will be available, please send me your name and email via my contact form." the link for the contact form is http://codehackcreate.com/contact-us VGA to HDMI adapters have been used to make this work with HDMI only displays. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/234226-hdmi-for-the-ti/ The audio is still output through the 5pin DIN video port so you will still need a composite cable with at least the audio pins connected to a speaker if you install a F18A Where do I find information on the power supply and where can I order one if I don't have one? http://www.mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/power_supply.html https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Power-Supplies/c/22342013/offset=0&sort=nameAsc What are all of the ports on the console? TI-99/4 Ports TI-99/4A Ports (beige example, black and silver consoles are identical) Geneve Ports I don't have a cassette cable to store/load programs how do I get one? Build one Buy one here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Cables/c/23804650/offset=0&sort=nameAsc Can I use any cassette drive/audio source? Yes there's an official TI program recorder but it is a standard audio cassette player, any player with the proper connections (mono audio out, mic in and remote) will work with the TI. Good tips on that link for setting up your recorder with the correct volume etc.. I have had success with a stereo to mono splitter on my PC and playing WAV files out using VLC to my TI as well. WAV files are here: http://ftp.whtech.com/Cassettes/ What are the best games for the TI-99/4A? The best games are usually run in 32k from disk or use a large rom cartridge such as the 512k cart or the FlashROM99 or FlashGROM99 cartridges. RAM is a requirement for most modern home-brew games/demos. The TI Gameshelf contains a database of all kinds of games including games that run from TI-Basic, Extended Basic and Assembly Language games that require a disk system and 32k. There is a great game high score contest here on this forum that we showcase some of the best games for the 4/a every month and the winner of the high score contest usually wins TI software or hardware donated by the last month's winner. Rasumus and Sometimes99er are the most prolific home-brew game makers as of late and their software is featured here in the development forum. Cartridges for most of these are available at arcadeshopper.com. Is there a multi-cart available? Yes you can buy a game multi-cart here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Multi-carts/c/16641009/offset=0&sort=nameAsc Also there's a XB27 suite that is a multi-cart with many utilities, extended basic, editor assembler, disk manager, diagnostics and 10 games and more: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Extended-Basic-2-7-Suite/p/44354005/category=15846004 Also there's Flashrom99 that uses an SDcard to load 32k ROM files: https://endlos99.github.io/flashrom99/ https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/FlashROM-Cartridges-cases-and-parts/c/22342012 NEW the FinalGROM99 has been released, this replaces the Flashrom99 and has 1mb ROM space and GROM emulation also supports multiple folders on the SD Card more info here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/260917-the-finalgrom-99/page-10?do=findComment&comment=3802011 purchase through Ralph directly information is here: https://endlos99.github.io/finalgrom99/ Also available at https://www.arcadeshopper.com What is the difference between ROM and GROM on a TI? ROM is Read Only Memory and is used widely in the electronics industry as a standard storage for program and data on hardware. Read-only memory (ROM) is a type of non-volatile memory used in computers and other electronic devices. Data stored in ROM can only be modified slowly, with difficulty, or not at all, so it is mainly used to store firmware (software that is closely tied to specific hardware, and unlikely to need frequent updates) or application software in plug-in cartridges. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Read-only_memory for more info on how it works. ROM cartridges can not be used on a QI model 99/4a due to changes made in the operating system to block non-TI cartridges. See above for more info on working around this. Some ROM cartridges were made that plugged in to the side port to bypass this protection as well. Arcturus and Miner 2049er for examples. ROM cartridge boards are available from 8k to 2mb at https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Cartridge-Boards/c/16275020/offset=0&sort=nameAsc GROM is a TI propitiatory standard memory device only found on TI-99 and compatible systems. This is a technical write up on the GROM: http://www.unige.ch/medecine/nouspikel/ti99/groms.htm All carts released from Texas Instruments contain at least one GROM chip GROM chips are the storage medium for the GPL programming language developed by TI GROM chips were never available to manufacture outside of TI's control Some interesting devices were made to get around TI's GROM restrictions including: Gram Kracker from Miller's Graphics - http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/gram/gramk.html Pgram: http://www.unige.ch/medecine/nouspikel/ti99/pgram.htm Pgram+: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/peb/pgram.htm 128k Gram Karte: http://www.unige.ch/medecine/nouspikel/ti99/gramkart.htm UberGROM: The UberGROM alows us to build any cartridge that was made for the TI in the past due to it's ability to store 512k of ROM and 128k of GROM in a single board. Designed and built by Tursi, Ksarul and Acadel. Available here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/PCB-Fetzner-UBERgrom-board-with-49F040-flash-ROM/p/44354004/category=16275020 FinalGROM99 was just released by Ralph Benzinger and supports loading ROM and GROM images from a SD card more info here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/260917-the-finalgrom-99/page-10?do=findComment&comment=3802011 and a pre-built cartridge library for the sdcard is here: http://ftp.whtech.com/Cartridges/FinalGROM99/ What is 32k ram expansion and how do I get one? Are bigger memory cards available? The 99/4a came with 16k VDP ram on board, 32k ram expansion gives you additional memory for Extended basic, assembly language programs and GPL programs. It also is required for most of the utilities and fun 3rd party/homebew stuff. Editor Assembler requires 32k ram expansion. The 32k can not be duplicated in multiple cards/expansions so if you want to use another device that provides 32k you must remove or disable the existing 32k device. (this is notable with the nanopeb/cf7 device as they can not easily have their 32k disabled) You can insert a 32k ram card into the Peripheral expansion box, if you have an expansion box. Many were made by TI, Corcomp and others. The 9900 Micro expansion from Corcomp provided 32k and optional disk controller and RS232 ports http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/9900_micro/9900_micro.html TI also produced a 32k sidecar that plugged in the expansion port on the right side of your 99/4a. JediMatt42 designed and released a new 32k sidecar that has a very small footprint and expansion pins for future addons: You can buy a Jedimatt42 sidecar 32k here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Sidecar-Peripherals-Cases-&-Power-Supplies/c/22255086 There are a couple of projects to add the 32k expansion memory directly to the console http://atariage.com/forums/topic/242260-hardware-project-of-the-calendar-quarter/page-2?do=findComment&comment=3381035 There is a pcboard on oshpark to improve this project: https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/dXyzUBwA http://www.mainbyte.com/ti99/32K16/32k16.html (no longer available to purchase) http://mainbyte.com/ti99/16bit32k/32kconsole.html Also you get 32k ram expansion with the NanoPEB and CF7 sidecars. Yes you can get bigger memory cards such as: Myarc 128k and 512k memory card - These include the 32k expansion ram and use a proprietary method to address/bank in the additional ram. They also include DSR routines to do print buffering, ram disk etc. You can use 100% of this memory in Myarc Extended Basic II which is software that requires this card, a cartridge with ram at 6000 (supercart) and a disk drive to load the program. Foundation 32k/128k memory card - basically the same thing as the Myarc card in fact there's a ROM swap to make it 100% compatible and work with Myarc Extended Basic II (there is also a hack for these to make them 512k) AMS - Asgard Memory System cards were available in 128k-512k sizes. These set the standard for AMS memory and were quite expensive when they first came out. (semi-rare) SAMS - Super AMS supporting up to 1mb of ram. base 32k is included and the rest is only compatible with software that works with AMS http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/peb/sams.html Ksarul SAMS - The latest incarnation of the SAMS with 1mb or 4mb ram capabilities. Currently only the 1mb version is available. Buy the board here and build your own: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Fetzner-1mb-SAMS-board-bare-board-assembly-required/p/65657431/category=16275021or contact Kasrul on atariage to purchase an assembled one. More info/discussion here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/252171-1-meg-super-ams-discussion-thread/ What about the NanoPEB and CF7 sidecars? NanoPEBs are available periodically on ebay and arcadeshopper.com a limited quantity is produced and sold without any regular schedule. The NanoPEB has 32k ram expansion, floppy disk emulation off a proprietorially formatted CF card and a singleDTE 9pin RS232 port. This port is not software compatible with most serial programs (with the exception of TIMXT and the Web Browser software that are programmed for it) serial communication other than that only works with DSR calls (open RS232, etc..) CF7's are also available on Ebay and arcadeshopper.com randomly.. The CF7 had 32k ram expansion, floppy disk emulation the same as the NanoPEB and a single PC Parallel port on a 25 pin connector. This port is not software compatible with programs that do not make DSR calls. Using the PIO device works fine in basic and other utilities that use that DSR. The NanoPEB and CF7 file system on the CF card can only be read and written too using the software on the author's site, TIDIR from Fred Kaal or the java application TIImageTool. http://webpages.charter.net/nanopeb/ http://www.ti99-geek.nl/Projects/ti99dir/ti99dir.html http://www.ninerpedia.org/index.php?title=TIImageTool What is TIPI? TIPI is the TI to Raspberry PI connection. This leverages the cheap storage and internet connectivity of the PI for use on your TI-99/4a computer. In a nutshell, you get an equivalent to a hard disk, floppy drive emulation and internet connection as well as access to peripherals on the PI (such as the mouse, ports etc) The raspberry PI is connected to the TI-99/4a via a sidecar or PEB box TIPI card. The sidecar TIPI card requires the sidecar 32k card with 44pin connector and external power supply to operate, while the PEB card plugs directly into the expansion box. For updated/more info see: http://ti994a.cwfk.net/TIPI.html TIPI (Pronounced tip-ee) A File system and network access device for TI-99/4A TIPI is a device for the TI-99-4A that allows communication between service scripts on a Raspberry PI and the TI-99/4A with DSR support to act as a filesystem, expose TCP and HTTP access through the Raspberry PI, and enable extensible PI services to the TI such as a mouse, or network gaming protocols. TIPI is currently out in the wild, available from ArcadeShopper.com TIPI sudecar prerequisites: 32k sideport with stacking header expansion such as my memory card. Powersupply for sideport 32k card. 32k sideport set to use 'ext' instead of 'ti' power. Suitable separate powersuppply for your Raspberry PI. Your own Raspberry PI (model 3, 3b+ or zeroW supported) SD-card with TIPI SD-Card image flashed PEB version of TIPI is available now! Prerequisites: Suitable separate powersuppply for your Raspberry PI. Your own Raspberry PI (model 3, 3b+ or zeroW supported) SD-card with TIPI SD-Card image flashed TIPI Features: DSR for file READ support: INTERNAL/DISPLAY, FIXED/VARIABLE, PROGRAM, DIRECTORY Write support: INTERNAL/DISPLAY, FIXED/VARIABLE, PROGRAM CATALOG support. Sub-directory support. Native file support: /b99 /bas /xb files can be LOADed or SAVEd as PROGRAM files with automatic transformation to/from ASCII native os files. /txt /a99 /b99 /bas /xb native os ascii files can be OPEN and READ as DISPLAY VARIABLE 80 files. other native os files can be OPEN and READ as DISPLAY FIXED 128 files. Partial long name support CATALOG shows shortened names only Long names and short names supported for file access. DSR devices: TIPI. DSK0. DSK1. DSK2. DSK3. DSK4. DSK. PI. URI1. URI2. URI3. Special files: PI.CLOCK - reading a DISPLAY 24 record returns asctime (time & date as string) PI.STATUS - virtual D/V 80 file with list of network device info on PI. (mac addresses, and ip addresses for each network device ) PI.HTTP://... - GETs an HTTP url and let you access it like a normal file. PI.TCP=hostname:port - open a socket, write opcode supported to write, read to read... PI.STATUS - virtual D/V 80 file with version and network information. PI.CONFIG - virtual D/V 80 file for configuration of TIPI services. PI.UPGRADE - open and close (D/V 80) to trigger upgrade of TIPI services. File name transformation: Devices are mapped to unix filesystem locations: TIPI. - /home/tipi/tipi_disk DSK0. - /home/tipi/tipi_disk ( alias for TIPI. for disk unit 0 support ) DSK1. - /home/tipi/tipi_disk/DSK1 DSK2. - /home/tipi/tipi_disk/DSK2 DSK3. - /home/tipi/tipi_disk/DSK3 DSK4. DSK. - /home/tipi/tipi_disk/ DSK1-4 are managed as symlinks, and can be configured with the TIPICFG program. Raspberry PI transforms TI device-filenames with the following rules: '.' in file or path names become '/' '/' or '\' in file or path names becomes '.' linux filenames with more than 10 characters can be referenced with either the long name, or the short hashed name as listed in the CATALOG there is no shortening support for directory names capitalization is observed ( the host os provides a case sensitive filesystem, as is the TI FS ) Software currently available for the TIPI includes (but not limited too) or more info see http://atariage.com/forums/topic/278913-tipi-enabled-software-listing/ TELNET - native TI telnet application with 80 column color ANSI support (with f18a VDP) also does 40col and 64col modes for 9918a stock TI (32k,TIPI, with internet connection req) CHATTI - native TI chat program that allows people to chat on the internet with other TIPI owners (32k, TIPI and internet connection req) RPS - TI basic program that lets you play rock, paper, scissors with another TIPI owner over the internet (TIPI required) How about the Speech Synthesizer Plug it in and it is available to any program that supports it. Extended basic will only say the words in the included vocabulary in the Extended basic manual. UPPER CASE ONLY if you use lower case it will say "UH OH" for every letter.. Terminal Emulator II will do "text to speech" and say any word spelled in the format documented in the manual. What about the little door on the front? Originally when the synthesizer was designed, it was programmed with about 300 words and phrases (the ones you can get from CALL SAY in Extended BASIC). TI's intention was to sell add-in modules that went into this compartment that would add additional words to the resident vocabulary. TI then figured out how to do unlimited text to speech through software, added that to Terminal Emulator II, and then there was no need for the add-in modules. So none were ever sold and very few of the speech synthesizers even have the connector inside the door for these to plug into. I hear there are a couple lines that aren't passed through the speech synth? (these can be jumpered across the board to resolve) 5v on pin 1 (Jedimatt sidecar32 requires) Sound through (SID99 requires) What is this Peripheral Expansion Box you speak of? TI released two versions of the PEB (Peripheral Expansion Box) one with the 99/4 and one with the 99/4a. There was a beige colored box in advertisements for the QI models but it was never released to the public. Great write up with photos here: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/peb/perf_box.html Many cards were made available for the PEB including Memory expansion, RAMdisks, CPM coprocessor boards, Pcode Pascal system, Western Digital Hard disk Controller interfaces, SCSI controller, IDE controller, Video controller, Floppy disk controllers, SID99, Speech synth adapter (to hide the speech board in the PEB) and much more. http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/peb/ti_cards.html http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/peb/3rd_cards.html http://www.dsapsc.com/what-is-sid.html http://www.s-n-u-g.de/home/index_e.php https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Peripheral-Expansion-Box-boards/c/16275021/offset=0&sort=nameAsc Can I hook up a PC keyboard to my TI? USB: http://ti994a.cwfk.net/TiUsbKeys.html - boards and assembled units are available here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Keyboards-and-adapters/c/23836460 PS/2: http://www.harmlesslion.com/cgi-bin/showprog.cgi?search=adapter Rave99 (no longer made..) http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/rave/keyboard.html What Joysticks and controllers are available for my TI? TI Handheld controllers are very common in the black plastic model. Less common in the beige color. These are nicknamed "hand wreckers" as they use a poorly designed lever and membrane method with foam pads under the membrane that go bad over time. Atari compatible joysticks can be used using an adapter, there were various models made from Wico and other manufacturers. A compact "Atari" joystick adapter is available here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/Joysticks-and-adapters/c/21773047/offset=0&sort=nameAsc Make your own: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/cables/joystick.html Wico made a very nice Trackball: http://www.atariage.com/forums/gallery_ips/gallery/album_1249/gallery_35324_1249_250202.jpg they are available on Ebay now and then Milton Bradley released a MBX expansion system for the TI in 1983 that contained an enhanced speech synth, speech recognition, a "touchpad" interface and enhanced controllers: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/mbx/mbx.html Mechatronics made a TI mouse that was basically a generic xy mouse with TI drivers and a 5v power supply, there is also a DSR for TI-artist Asgard software had a serial mouse driver. <if someone has a link lmk> Here's another serial mouse driver: http://www.stuartconner.me.uk/ti/ti.htm#connecting_serial_mouse SuperSketch was available for the TI and had it's own paint program built in. Also a TI-artist DSR was available. These were difficult to use due to the linear axis of the system. http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/super_sketch.html Can I hook up a modem to my TI? To hook up a modem you need a RS232 serial port with a PEB and a RS232 card with a NanoPEB with a UberGROM board with the serial interface) What is the pinout of the TI RS232 serial port? Here is the manual: ftp://ftp.whtech.com/datasheets%20and%20manuals/Hardware/Texas%20Instruments/PHP1220%20RS232%20Card/ti%20rs232%20card%20manual.pdf 1 Ground 2 RXD 3 TXD 5 CTS 6 DSR 7 Ground 8 DCD 20 DTR What is the pinout of the NanoPEB? Manuals are available here: http://webpages.charter.net/nanopeb/ 2 RXD 3 TXD 4 DTR 5 Ground 7 RTS 8 CTS What Terminal Software is there for the TI Terminal Emulator II is a cartridge that will allow you to connect to RS232/1 or 2 at 110 and 300 baud. This software has it's own "terminal protocol" that allowed for changing character definitions and other cool stuff. Runs on a stock console without memory expansion. FastTerm was a popular terminal program that gave you basic terminal functions and xmodem transfers. 32k and disk system required. Telco is the most full featured terminal program for the TI, it included multiple terminal (including ANSI but no color) and transfer protocols, phone book and auto dialer and many other features. 32k and disk system required Term80 allowed you to have an 80 column terminal on your 99/4a with the stock VDP, hard to read but amazing! 32k and disk system required Mass Transfer was a terminal program that worked well to send multiple files between computers. 32k and disk system required (included in XB27 suite) TIMXT is the latest terminal released allowing for up to 38000 baud full color ANSI terminal on a NanoPEB or TI rs232 card and 80 column text with the F18a VDP. 32k, rom load or disk system and F18a required. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/265573-timxt-terminal-emulator-dev/?do=findComment&comment=3761846 Can I hook up a printer to my TI? Sure with the following cards/addons you can hook up a printer. TI RS232 card has two serial ports and one parallel port. You can order a TI parallel cable here: http://www.cabledepot.com/05MCOlderTI.html NanoPEB has a single serial port that is the same as a PC serial port. 9 pin CF7 has a single parallel port that is the same as a PC parallel port 25 pin There was a cartridge based program that included a cartridge based parallel port, these are relatively rare. If you don't have a printer, you can use the program TI PRINT from Fred Kaal to use your PC's printer with your TI. You just need a serial port (same as the HDX set up) and this software: www.ti99-geek.nl/Projects/ti99print/ti99print.html Disk drives? TI made a stand alone disk controller and a PEB card that supported up to DS/SD diskettes. There is an 80 track modification available from hummingbird eproms to add 80 track drives to this controller. Corcomp made a PEB disk controller and a sidecar "9900 Micro" that supported up to DS/DD diskettes. http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/9900_micro/9900_micro.html Myarc made a PEB disk controller that supported up to DS/DD diskettes. Myarc also made a HFDC (hard, floppy disk controller) for the PEB that will support up to 80 track DS/DD disks on a 4/a and fully format 1.44mb HD disks on a Geneve (with the appropriate drive). Hard drives? TIPI provides a hierarchical file system (essentially a hard disk as far as the TI is concerned) for more information see the TIPI description above or http://ti994a.cwfk.net/TIPI.html Myarc produced a Winchester Personality Card that allowed you to connect a WDS-100 SASI controller to your TI and then some MFM hard drives to the controller. This supported up to two 20meg drives. There are only three I know of in collectors hands.. Good luck on finding one! Myarc produced a HFDC controller that in addition to disk drives supported up to 2 MFM hard drives as well, I have a 40mb one on my Geneve, not sure the max limit.. (rare) S.N.U.G produced an excellent SCSI controller card that is compatible with the TI and Geneve. These are difficult and expensive to find for sale. http://www.s-n-u-g.de/home/index_e.php WHSCSI card (Western Horizon SCSI card) Handles 7 SCSI drives and with a HP SCSI port splitter box could handle 6 more SCSI drives for a total of 13 SCSI drives (rare) Therry designed a IDE controller for the 99/4a and some have been built as part of a group project among TI enthusiasts. These are not currently in production. but are open source you can build your own Disk emulators? The Lotherek disk drive emulator works with the TI with any controller The Gotek USB based disk drive emulator works with the TI with the optional firmware upgrade and any controller Yep those are here too: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/GOTEK-usb-floppy-disk-emulator-numeric-display-TI-99-4A-Compatible-firmware-installed-BEIGE/p/86757911/category=12497083 TIPI emulates disk access via DSK1-3 pointers on the tipi_disk for more information see TIPI description above or http://ti994a.cwfk.net/TIPI.html The CF7 and NanoPEB have disk drive emulators built in using CF card for storage http://webpages.charter.net/nanopeb/ RAM Disks? Corcomp's 128k and 512k memory cards are basically only usable as RAMDISK these had no battery backup so power off=blank Myarc's 128k and 512k memory cards contain a DSR routine for RAMDISK, these had no battery backup etc.. Horizion RAMDISK is a dedicated ramdisk of battery-backed memory. It will survive a reboot/power down as long as your batteries are good. Various sizes were released getting bigger as ram prices dropped. Can I transfer files from my PC to my TI? Cartridge ROM/GROM: FlashROM99 can run up to 32k ROM files from a fat32 formatted SDcard that you can load rom images on your PC.THIS IS FOR ROM BINARY IMAGES ONLY, NOT DISK FILES. FinalGROM99 can run up to 1mb ROM files and additionally GROM files from SDcard that you can load these images on your PC. THIS IS FOR ROM AND GROM BINARY IMAGES ONLY NOT DISK FILES. DISK files: TIPI can be accessed from your PC on it's built in SAMBA/Windows file share as TIPI it also can be accessed by it's internal webserver at http://tipi:9900 and files can be uploaded to the TIPI disk folder from this interface. Ti99Hdx is a PC program which is capable to communicate with a TI99/4A or Geneve computer via a serial connection (TI RS232/2 interface or own build) or a parallel connection (Cf7a+ interface). or UBERGrom Modified TI RS232 card (Must be TI brand, no 3rd party cards) using the HDX daughter-board (sold here: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/RS232-mods-cables/c/16275022/offset=0&sort=nameAsc ) and a straight-through serial cable hooked to TI RS232/2 (splitters for rs232 also sold there) Standard TI or Corcomp serial card using HDXS software that is downloadable here: http://www.ti99-geek.nl/Projects/ti99hdx/ti99hdx_ti_std_rs232.html (also this tool is included in XB27 suite cartridge) and a straight through serial cable hooked to TI RS232/1 I wrote up a detailed walkthrough here: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/248292-pc-to-ti-transfers-with-stock-rs232nanopeb-and-hdx-server/page-1 NanoPEB sidecar serial port, with a NULL modem cable http://www.ti99-geek.nl/Projects/ti99hdx/ti99hdx_nanopeb.html UberGROM cartridge board with a serial device and cable. http://www.ti99-geek.nl/Projects/ti99hdx/ti99hdx_ubergrom.html TI,Corcomp,Myarc RS232, terminal software on both sides and a PC with serial port. Straight through cable. MagicFM - Magic file manager will allow you to use the above serial set up and copy files to/from the TI using your PC's terminal program: https://www.arcadeshopper.com/wp/?page_id=11#!/MagicFM-diskette/p/47916395/category=15846005 If your PC has a compatible disk controller and drive you can read/write disks with this tool: ftp://ftp.whtech.com/pc%20utilities/TI99-PC%203.2.1.%20Password%20'TI99'.rar A web browser? seriously? Yes, it has a subset of html that works with the TI, there are a few pages out there http://atariage.com/forums/topic/231274-stuarts-ti-994a-internet-web-browser/ for more info you will need a rs232 card or NanoPEB and a lantronics uds device. My TI isn't working right! help! Keyboard issues The keyboard is connected directly to the TI motherboard with a pin connector. This can become loose/dirty and may need cleaning/reseating. There is no logic within the keyboard is is merely shorting the keyboard lines when you hit the keys. If your cable is damaged there are replacements available at http://www.arcadeshopper.com/under hardware/cables Alpha Lock issue: With the alpha lock key on you are unable to use the up direction with the joysticks. Release alpha lock to play games OR do this fix: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/console/alpha_lock.html What keyboard do I have? There were at least 5 manufacturers of keyboards for the 99/4a. http://mainbyte.com/ti99/keyboard/keyboard.html has good pictures/info/schematic. Mitsumi: These keyboards do not have any solder points except for the alpha-lock key connection and the ribbon cable. These keyboards have a membrane under the keys that tends to go bad with age and can sometimes be revived by separating the layers (CAREFULLY) https://atariage.com/forums/topic/256662-repairing-a-mitsumi-keyboard/ Alps and others: These keyboards have solder points on the back of the PCBoard these keyboards sometimes have dirt/corrosion in the switches that can be cleaned with contact cleaner or alcohol. Console just BEEPS The start up routine of a 99/4a initializes the sound chip with a tone and then the rom boot routine shuts off the tone.. If it just beeps either there is a bad connection to a peripheral OR a board level issue that is causing the startup routine to "lock". Check all socketed chips for good connection/corrosion etc and reseat. Scrambled/Garbled screen graphics/text 80% of the time this is VDP ram and it will need to be replaced. Here is a great page on how to determine what RAM chip is bad: http://www.ninerpedia.org/index.php?title=Troubleshooting VDP Ram is soldered into the motherboard and will need to be desoldered and replaced (suggest it is replaced with sockets and new ram inserted into the socket) this ram is TMS4116 static ram. Located in number 6 in this photo: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/hardware/big_mother2.jpg The F18A VGA VDP replacement contains it's own VDP ram so replacing the TMS9918a VDP in your 4/a with a F18A will also replace bad memory without having to solder.. On NTSC/USA machines TMS9918a VDP is the hottest component on the motherboard and this tends to end it's life prematurely. Daily use consoles tend to have the VDP fry sooner or later. This chip is socketed so it is relatively easy to replace. It is covered with heatsync compound and there is a metal slug that sits on top of it under the RF shield on a original 4/a. On a QI model there is a metal heat-sync clipped to the 9918a. Cartridges don't work or don't work reliably. The TI cartridge port is the most used part of a console. It tends to get dirty and gummed up. Info here on cleaning carts and the port: http://mainbyte.com/ti99/minimem/cart_fix.html Replacement cartridge port boards are available on ebay and from vendors. wip - will add more soon!
  19. Sometimes miracles do happen. Years ago the idea of having an Internet browser for the TI-99/4A was just another “pie in the sky” pipe dream, a “what if” or an “if only”, well, no more! Stuart Conner, one of Atari Age’s leading TI-99/4A “Uber-Programmers” made it a reality. Stuart was not content to just make a browser compatible with P-Box RS-232 cards, like every other communications program in existence for the TI. No, Stuart decided to think of the Nano-PEB users as well. As of this moment, Stuart’s Internet Browser is the ONLY communications program in the world that will work with the NANO-PEB. This awesome program works with both system configurations, and even supports multiple RS-232 cards. There are a few minor limitations, which quite frankly are to be expected from a 34 year old pre-Internet computer, even so, Stuart has done a fantastic job exploiting this new capability for the TI and getting around some of the expected roadblocks. 1) The browser is only compatible with the Lantronix UDS-10. It will not work with TCPSER or any other device. 2) The program does not automatically allow for indented paragraphs, line wrapping at the spaces between words or for line breaks. All formatting has to be done at the source webpage. 3) The TI's video display processor has some restrictions on how many colors can be in an 8 pixel row. 4) Most important, this program will not work with any 'modern' webpage as there are just too many tags for this classic computers memory to keep track of. It does however have it's own specialized HTML like tags for it's own use. There are some cool special features this browser has. 1) While the default font includes numbers, upper & lower case characters as well as punctuation, it even has table drawing characters! 2) Another neat little thing to point out is that ANY character can be re-defined any number of times, allowing the display of BITMAPPED GRAPHICS... up to full-screen size! For more detailed information << CLICK HERE >> to go to Stuart's page about this awesome program. Now available in super easy to load cartridge version. There are already some neat webpages and script based applications that the TI’er can use. For example if you wanted to look up the IP number for a website or BBS system, “the TI can do that!” Also in the year since Stuart released the first version of his browser, a lot has happened. Atari Age user "ElectricLab" has really shaken things up with his new TI website that will let you play online chess with other users! The browser also has it’s own “FAVS” list that you can customize to your own liking. Do you know how to write scripts? Do you have a great script idea? Stuart is willing to host any useful scripts as long as he’s not asked to continually update them. So if you have an idea for a neat or useful TI application/script, feel free to create it and Send it to Stuart in a PM! Currently, PHP scripts are required to run on a Web SERVER that enables a webpage to be customized according to parameters added to the page URL entered on the TI. (Filling in the blanks is not YET an option). I'd love to see a listing of all known and available APPS/scripts or just TI webpages as they come out. If you make one, please feel free to post a note below with the URL and a description of your site or APP. When you get up and running, let us know! You can do that with the TI CHAT script! 1) To read the chat page, the url is: stuartconnerdownloads.me.uk/tichat.php 2) To add a message (from your TI) just add: ?m=text_with_underlines to the url. We'll see you AND your TI online! UPDATE - 02/03/2015 A German IT newsletter recently featured Stuart's Internet Browser. You can check out the article << HERE >>. Congratulations Stuart! Your browser is now world famous! UPDATE - 02/18/2015 Stuart updated his browser with some new commands. As always you can get the updated version << HERE >> You'll need to scroll down just a bit to find the link. UPDATE - 12/13/2015 Stuart released the CARTRIDGE VERSION for the 512K non-inverted boards. Also available on his website. MAJOR UPDATE - 01/24/2016 (The browser is now in Version 9.1) This video will be replaced in the future (When I have time). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO259O0tcqo&feature=youtu.be UPDATE - 05/08/2016 Atari Age member & TI user ElectricLab has come out with some fantastic applications for this browser. Below is his presentation for TI-Fest West 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWW-dOJjQ0o UPDATE - 06/25/2016 If you have the new FlashROM 99 cartridge, you can now download the latest version of this program and install it in your cartridge! << JUST CLICK HERE >>
  20. Fest 99/4ATX will be Friday-Sunday Aug 9-11, 2019 in Austin, TX. UPDATE: please use this Google Form to register yourself. We need to know how many folks want food! All are welcome. The main activity will be sharing what we know about the TI-99/4A computer, demonstrating projects and new products, and so on. Fixing broken 4As, soldering kits, and programming are all likely to happen. It really depends on what you want to do! The venue will be an air-conditioned classroom, with tables, whiteboard, and two large screens, at ATX Hackerspace on 9700 Dessau Rd. There is a lounge/kitchen/eating area. (There will be guided tours of members-only areas like electronics lab, laser cutter and 3D printing.) If anyone wants to do a presentation/stream, you would write that on the Google sheets schedule. Outside of the agenda, we will share about things TI, much like Chi-Friday. Set up your gear, gather in small groups, share, learn, fix things. The only charge will be $10 for official registration, which includes a raffle ticket, badge, snacks and drinks. Otherwise it is open for casual observers (I would expect others from the hackerspace and the local C-64 group.) For Saturday food, we are putting together a group order for Cheko's breakfast tacos (a few dollars) and County Line BBQ ($15 each person). Details: Venue: ATX Hackerspace on 9700 Dessau Rd. Has air conditioned classroom, a lounge/kitchen, and wi-fi. Guided tours of electronics/laser/shop/3D printing. Format: BarCamp style. Attendees can announce a presentation in the classroom, otherwise free form. Security: we can put gear in a locked room overnight. The building is keyed entry. The classroom has doors but does not lock. Hardware: I can provide stock P-Boxes, 4A consoles, monitors so you can travel lighter. Electronics lab available. Lodging: Super 8 near ATXHS is as low as $58. Marriot $118. There are a lot of options. Food: Saturday: Breakfast Tacos. Lunch: barbecue delivery. Dinner: trip to Chuy's (Tex-Mex.) Live Streaming: Use Zoom to join for video/audio chat. https://zoom.us/j/7707370625 See and Edit the Agenda so far here: Agenda in Google Docs Zoom Channel for the event (install Zoom on your phone or computer) https://zoom.us/j/7707370625
  21. RetroElectroDad

    TI-99/4a

    From the album: RetroElectroDad Computer Collection

    Texas Instruments TI-99/4a.

    © Trevor Briscoe

  22. I recently found a TI-99/4A, and since I don't want to buy the program recorder, I am looking for a way to connect any old cassette recorder/player to the TI-99/4A. Is there any way I can do this? Thanks in advance!
  23. I recently designed a replacement for the power switch for the TI-99/4A. And thought I would give it to the community. I have hosted it on Thingiverse here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3697972 But I have also attached a photo. It's not perfect, but good enough compared to jamming something in the hole to turn on/off the computer.
  24. Hitachi

    Computers

    Hello all. I've decided to condense my wanted into one post... any mods observing this are more than welcome to delete my other topics... I'm almost done getting the classic computers I want, but there are a few others I'd like... An Atari ST. I'm not really picky on model, but if it doesn't have RF out, I'd like a monitor too. A Color computer 3. I really thought about getting an earlier model, but after seeing the stuff cloud9tech has put out, I think I'll go for this one. Apple iii. I know this is a lot to ask. However, I am a Tron fan, and seeing that Kevin Flynn used one in the movie, I'd like to get it. Apple //e games Commodore 64 monitor and tape drive Ti-99/4A monitor and speech 130xe monitor and games Thanks for looking Adam
  25. Hey all, I just acquired a side car floppy drive, but I don't have a 32k RAM expansion for it and I'm looking to mess around with assembly language. I do however have a nanoPEB. Now, as silly as this may sound, would it be possible to set up the floppy drive, AND the nanoPEB so that the nanoPEB would act as the 32K expansion, or would having the 3 emulated floppy drives and the real floppy drives make something go wrong? In addition to that, now that I have a real floppy drive, what are good floppy disk games out there? Thanks!
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