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TI-99/4A + 32K + Cassette Player/Recorder - load Assembler programmes

 

(by Tonny Brouwer)

 

See Facebook for details:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2209774843/permalink/10156306199464844/

 

 

The disk has more programs, but for this exercise use: OLD DSK1.TAPELOADER to save to CS1

and "Option B 1200 Bd. Transfer to put the assembler program to Tape.

 

0135-AssemblyRoutines-Tools.dsk

 

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Might want to pull details from FB and post them here. More than a few folks won't use it on principle, and others like me have had issues with Facebook killing their accounts and other shenanigans. And of course, you'll never talk to a human if there's a problem.

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Could someone please post english instructions on how to do this process?

I have (finally) a 32k board on my TI, and access to all emulators.

I do not own a physical disk drive yet.

I would love nothing more then to be able to load Flappybird or TIRex Runner from CS1.

Any help is welcome.

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Could someone please post english instructions on how to do this process?

I have (finally) a 32k board on my TI, and access to all emulators.

I do not own a physical disk drive yet.

I would love nothing more then to be able to load Flappybird or TIRex Runner from CS1.

Any help is welcome.

 

That's a good question, I only can test in weekends as I am not close to my cassette recorder and TI-99/4A.

Need to investigate how the emulators save the file to the cassette-player format (or if directly can be saved to a cassette player)

or a sound file and it need to be converted to the cassette player.

 

(PS. it is also possible to load .mp3 / .mp4 sound files from a mobile phone (using a line-amplifier?) via the cassette cable into the TI-99/4A

There is somewhere online a directory with those sound files (but these are not Assembler files).

 

 

 

For the Assembler games

 

Normally the process is done as follows:

 

1. Someone with a TI-99/4A with a PEB system and diskdrive + cassette player to save the files

(this was Tonny Brouwer who helped me to save the files in 1988)

 

2. the end-user with only a TI-99/4A + 32K + cassette player to load the files.

(this is how I started with my TI)

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3x interesting programs that can load assembler programes/games with a TI-99/4a+32k+tape recorder

 

1. 1200 baud tape loader (Tonny Brouwer/The Netherlands).

2. Tape-IT game loader (Col Christensen/Australia)

3. Funnelweb (Will McGovern/Australia) (Extended basic 32K tape loader)

 

 

* PDF with different options to load Assembler programs / games via the cassette port.

TI-GG-NL-2018-TI-32K-Cassette-Assembler.pdf

 

* Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2209774843/permalink/10156818334194844/

 

* YouTube files:

(see PDF for the links to click on)

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Could someone please post english instructions on how to do this process?

I have (finally) a 32k board on my TI, and access to all emulators.

I do not own a physical disk drive yet.

I would love nothing more then to be able to load Flappybird or TIRex Runner from CS1.

Any help is welcome.

 

Today I finally had some time to do the videos of the 3x solutions that exist (see above in the thread)

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