Graphics Update

Thought you would like the latest on Graphics-90. Pieter Plomp has been corresponding with me about Model I versions, and I finally got some time to convert all the files to 'universal' versions and even to add a few new ones, using Matieu Simons' patches in the latest TRS-Times as a starting point. I even did a version for Model I TRSDOS 2.3. There's a problem with that last version, though (aside from the fact that I don't have a Model I to test it on). The problem is that I could read the...

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Lance Wolstrup C o TRSTimes magazine 5721 Topanga Canyon Blvd. 4 Woodland Hills, CA 91367 LS-DOS and LDOS without a floppy Part II This is the continuation of the Autoboot article which began in the last issue of TRS Times. Since then, I have learned several things which I will pass along. First of all, and most important, M.A.D. Software is NOT going out of business. That story began erroneously with a small item in a recent issue of Computer News 80. I have since been in touch with M. A. D....

Hard Drives For Sale

Genuine Radio Shack Drive Drive Boxes with Controller, Power Supply, and Cables. Formatted for TRS 6.3, installation JCL included. Hardware write protect operational. Documentation and new copy of MISOSYS RSHARD5 6 included. 5 Meg 175 10 Meg 225 15 Meg 275 35 Meg 445 Roy T. Beck 2153 Cedarhurst Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90027 213 664-5059 Did you know the RESET button on the Model I and a heck of a lot of other machines, including CTL-ALT-DEL on the IBM is not a RESET at all On the Model I, the RESET...

New Bank Routine

Frank Slinkman Back in the mid '80s, an outfit call RAI, in Hampton, Virginia, sold a one megabyte memory expansion board for the TRS-80 Model III and Model 4 which was similar to the Anitek board. However, there were enough differences between the RAI and Anitek boards where the same software will not work on both. The driver supplied with the RAI board works fine on the Model 4 using TRSDOS 6.2.x, and with Model III LDOS, but will not work properly under LS-DOS 6.3.x. It can't...