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Then it will essentially become a CF7 device :-D

 

I believe it would be better...

 

I can tell you the build quality of JediMatt42's device is a hell of a lot better than my NanoPEB is for starters. To me, that speaks volumes in itself!

 

While it's all imaginary at this point, I believe implementation, which can only be guessed at, would be much improved as well. If I had the programming abilities, I'd make it a DSK1 & HD type arrangement. Drag and drop from the PC would be nice as well.

 

Now that the NanoPEB & CF7 are no longer being manufactured, the time does seem right. I also like this approach because the user base can be built up now, giving people immediate enjoyment, while the opportunity is there to upgrade later. Also the 'gamer only' types might get by with only the 32K and a FlashROM 99, this is not forcing them to buy anything they don't want.

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I just recieved my flashrom 99 in the mail. I was having some issues determinating what runs on it and what doesn't so this thread was very helpful. Will the collection of bins be updated soon? I see the last modified date was back in july.

 

Thanks!

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I just recieved my flashrom 99 in the mail. I was having some issues determinating what runs on it and what doesn't so this thread was very helpful. Will the collection of bins be updated soon? I see the last modified date was back in july.

 

Thanks!

 

This thread is updated as new binary images come available. Many of us convert existing EA5 and Binaries to run with the FR99 board.

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I just recieved my flashrom 99 in the mail. I was having some issues determinating what runs on it and what doesn't so this thread was very helpful. Will the collection of bins be updated soon? I see the last modified date was back in july.

 

Thanks!

 

I change the title of the thread with the new date every time I update message #1, so from a quick glance it will show you when new stuff shows up, all without having to follow the day to day message traffic.

 

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As the CF7/NanoPEB uses a plain CF-2-IDE-adapter, isn´t it possible to connect an IDE-drive instead ?

Can the DSR handle that ?

 

(hmm, did I ask that before?)

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I've noticed we don't have a BASIC COMPILER in the Utilities section of the index yet either. Wonder how that was missed?

Which program (if any) would you guys like to see in that section? I sure there is a "BEST VERSION" out there with available PDF documentation that we could plug in for all to enjoy.

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Here are two more utilities to add to the FR99 image repository!

 

Keyboard / Joystick Test

CRU Test

 

 

 

Chris,

Those are a couple of nice additions. I highlighted them with a " gallery_35324_1027_726.gif ", which is something I'm going to start doing with all new additions now. The notices should stay up for a couple of weeks, unless we get inundated with a bunch of new conversions. ;)

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Hi Wizards :)

 

can Copy-CAT be converted to run on the FlashROM´99er ?

iirc the Copy-CAT is both, an E/A-5 and a XB-starter... (E/A-5 is OK for converting ?)

 

Another question:

What, if the copyprogram itself is somehow copy protected on the floppy disk ?

Can this be brought to the FR´99, in general ? Depends ? Sector ? Number ?

 

What is the most used copy tool today ? Latest version ? DM1000 v6.1 ? DSKU v4.2 J.Birdwell ?

Same question, for DD-enabled TI-systems. (Rapid Copy v1.0 ?)

Same question, for HDD/Geneve-enabled systems ? (........ ?)

(HDD enabled copy-things maybe need different tools?) (DM2K v2.6 ?)

Copy protected floppies ? (Copy-C v1.18a1 1988 ?)

 

 

Copy-CAT.dsk

 

and finally, a beta list :) for floppy/copy-tools:

 

TI-99-4A-SW-COPY-TOOLs-v1.00-beta.pdf

 

 

xXX

 

 

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Hi Wizards :)

 

can Copy-CAT be converted to run on the FlashROM´99er ?

iirc the Copy-CAT is both, an E/A-5 and a XB-starter... (E/A-5 is OK for converting ?)

 

Another question:

What, if the copyprogram itself is somehow copy protected on the floppy disk ?

Can this be brought to the FR´99, in general ? Depends ? Sector ? Number ?

 

What is the most used copy tool today ? Latest version ? DM1000 v6.1 ? DSKU v4.2 J.Birdwell ?

Same question, for DD-enabled TI-systems. (Rapid Copy v1.0 ?)

Same question, for HDD/Geneve-enabled systems ? (........ ?)

(HDD enabled copy-things maybe need different tools?) (DM2K v2.6 ?)

Copy protected floppies ? (Copy-C v1.18a1 1988 ?)

 

 

attachicon.gifCopy-CAT.dsk

 

and finally, a beta list :) for floppy/copy-tools:

 

attachicon.gifTI-99-4A-SW-COPY-TOOLs-v1.00-beta.pdf

 

 

xXX

 

 

 

I like to know the process for such a thing if possible.

 

I see the AA and AB files but how would you convert the other files on DiSK?.

 

I think the LOAD program would nee to be converted. Looks like it's a basic program loading ea5 programs.

 

I'm just playing, trying to figure things out from outside the house. Learning and all.

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Hi Wizards :)

 

can Copy-CAT be converted to run on the FlashROM´99er ?

iirc the Copy-CAT is both, an E/A-5 and a XB-starter... (E/A-5 is OK for converting ?)

 

Another question:

What, if the copyprogram itself is somehow copy protected on the floppy disk ?

Can this be brought to the FR´99, in general ? Depends ? Sector ? Number ?

 

What is the most used copy tool today ? Latest version ? DM1000 v6.1 ? DSKU v4.2 J.Birdwell ?

Same question, for DD-enabled TI-systems. (Rapid Copy v1.0 ?)

Same question, for HDD/Geneve-enabled systems ? (........ ?)

(HDD enabled copy-things maybe need different tools?) (DM2K v2.6 ?)

Copy protected floppies ? (Copy-C v1.18a1 1988 ?)

 

 

attachicon.gifCopy-CAT.dsk

 

and finally, a beta list :) for floppy/copy-tools:

 

attachicon.gifTI-99-4A-SW-COPY-TOOLs-v1.00-beta.pdf

 

 

xXX

 

 

 

Bump. Any chance to convert ?

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Remember it includes the entire TurboForth environment as well :)

 

Right, but the FR99 is only 32k.

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Fred's module converter should make short work of this.

 

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Fred´s what ? Mayday :) :)

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