My 1084 monitor bit the dust. No picture. I can hear a whine when pluged in.
Anyone have one for sale
Anyone have one for sale
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I Just installed the ra this weekend. It is working great. very fast. little ticked with the manuals for the fact it mentioned that you could boot into 128 mode but did not state how it was done. So after many time going over manuals and online search I gave up and went to the configure software. Very power software. After playing around in there (carefull not to change anything that I could not remember what it was before) found lots of features and the c128 mode boot. now I moved dragonfire bbs software to it (went well except rel file, had to use a rel file copier)
Now to run the bbs software - did not load with dragonfire bbs had to use load"dragonfire bbs",8 and was loaded before I could remove my hand from keyboard.
typed run then this happend
when I exited ml monitor the ra display bar came up under the load dragonfire prompt.
removed the ? at the end of the load command and the bbs loaded and ran fine.
this well cause a problem because this software loads in stand alone modules moving back in forth I would have to be there to run the mods and main bbs prg. if the bbs loads a prg that I wrote it will not load it but will return back to the bbs after I load it (I use load"dragonfire ?.?",dv:run).
my question is is the ra bar interfering with the direct mode input of commands if so how do I turn off display bar with out turing of ra
Where can I find this book ?
Abacus Commodore 128: Basic 7.0 Internals Book 2
Have looked around the net, with no luck.
Found books 1 to 8 except for 2
A pdf would be fine. Would like to have paperback as well to help compleate my collection
This program hangs at line 70 in winvice c128, except if you turn on tron , then it works or if you put in a print d command in side loop (line 70)
Have not tried it on a real c128 yet
20 PRINT CHR$(147)
30 PRINT "DEVICE NUMBER CHECK": PRINT
40 DN=PEEK(186):PRINT "DEVICE NUMBER";DN;":ACCESSED LAST":PRINT
50 FOR DV=8 TO 15:OPEN 1,DV,15:CLOSE 1
60 PRINT"DEVICE NUMBER";DV;": ";:A$="NOT PRESENT":IF ST<0 THEN 90
70 OPEN1,DV,15,"UJ":FOR D= 1 TO 1000:NEXT:INPUT#1,A,A$:CLOSE1
80 A$=RIGHT$(A$,4):IF LEFT$(A$,1)<>"1" THEN A$="DRIVE UNKNOWN"
90 PRINT A$:NEXT
Try it out see if it works for you
Looking for c64 BBS software called The Stock Exchange(TSE). It is a BBS with a message base and Stock Market built right in to the main bbs code so stock prices are updated at all times not just when the game loads.
Originally developed by a Canadian company called Telepro Techologies.
More info Here http://www.bbsdocumentary.com/software/COMMODORE/AMIGA/DLG/
I am new here but not to new to the Commodore 128. I have owned one for over 20 years. Mostly played game and a little basic programing. I was a very active collecting software in the early years. Ran a bbs in the 80's and now I am running one again (telneted), Still on the commodore c128. My Main system was the C128 right up to 1999 then I got my first pc. My c128 was fine untill I got the internet in my small town. Now I do all my searching on the net for cbm stuff and now use my c128 for the bbs. I have more then one c128 setup, so I Can do both play and bbs .
Current setup (c128 systems only)
4 - c128
4 - 1571
2 - 1581
2 - 1084(s)
1 - ramlink (16meg)
1 - cmd-100 (4g)
1 - 1750 ram expansion
there are many books, mags, software, and Manuals, etc. that I have collected over the years (as I have not chucked any thing out )