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When did the mamedevs actually decide to split BIOS files into ROM and BIOS folders?  Is there a slight chance to change this when arguing otherwise?

 

While the TI BIOS files are covered, of course 👍, it is very inconvenient to update your BIOS files by having to download all MAME ROMs again and again. 😡

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playing around with the 99/2 with the memory expansion got a odd ,error?

to see how much memory you have left in 99/4a BASIC you can run this little program:

1 A=A+8

2 GOSUB 1

you eventually get a MEMORY FULL error then print A gives you the memory left. If run the same program on the 99/2 with no 'memory expansion' get about 2k in A. But if you run that same BASIC program with the expansion the program never stops.

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No guarantee for using the memory expansion on the 99/2. It is very likely that the operating system of the 99/2 has a good deal of bugs in it, and I don't know if anyone has a real 99/2 with this expansion to check.
 

Concerning ralphb's question, I've been discussing this with him by private message because I did not understand his question.

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53 minutes ago, mizapf said:

No guarantee for using the memory expansion on the 99/2. It is very likely that the operating system of the 99/2 has a good deal of bugs in it, and I don't know if anyone has a real 99/2 with this expansion to check.
 

that's what I figured about the 99/2 thus the ?

On the other hand the 99/8 seems to work well. thx.

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