Thanks to my friend Andry for donation of some Software on Tape.
ORIC-1 48k Software:
- Star Fighter / Durell Software
- Oric Munch / TanSoft
- Kilburn Encounter / TanSoft
- Super Advanced Breakout / TanSoft
- Super Advanced Breakout / Oric Software
- Defence Force / TanSoft
- Rat Splat / TanSoft
- Ultima Zone / TanSoft
- Oric Flight / Oric Software
- Teach Yourself Basic / Oric Software
- Oric MultiGames 1 / Oric Software
- House of the Death / TanSoft
- Zodiac / TanSoft
- Chess / TanSoft
- Nowotnik Puzzle / TanSoft
- Zargons Revenge / TanSoft
DRAGON 32K Software:
- Golf / PSS
- Ultimate Adventure / Microdeal Software
- Flipper / Microdeal Software
- Ultimate Adventure 4 / Microdeal Software
- Intergalactic Force / Microdeal Software
- Katerpillar Attack / Microdeal Software
- Morbid Mansion / Blably Computer Games
- Transylvanian Tower / Richard Shepherd Software
Thanks to my friend Andry for donation of some Coleco Adam Software/Cartridge
- The Adam Home Software Library [Tape] / Coleco
- A.E and Choplifter [Tape] / Broderbund – Coleco
- Smart Filer [Tape] / Coleco
- Monkey Academy [Cartridge] / Coleco
- Wacky Word Games [Tape] / Coleco
- Smart Letters & Forms [Tape] / Coleco
- Electronic Flashcard Maker [Tape] / Coleco
- Telly Turtle [Cartridge] / Coleco
Thanks to my friend Andry for donation of some ColecoVision cartridges
- Pitfall / Activision (Boxed)
- Zaxxon / Sega (Boxed)
- Roc’n'Rope / Konami (Boxed)
- Congo Bongo / Sega (Boxed)
- Destructor / Coleco (Boxed)
- Donkey Kong Junior / Nintendo (Boxed)
- Donkey Kong / Nintendo (Boxed)
- Super Action Football / Coleco (Boxed)
- Bunp’n'Jump / Data East (Boxed)
- Mr.Do / Universal (Boxed)
- Smurf / Peyo (Boxed)
- Front Line / Taito (Boxed)
- Space Panic / Universal (Loose)
- Popeye / Parker (Loose)
- Pepper II / Exidy Inc. (Loose)
- Jumpman Junior / Epyx (Loose)
Laboratory Bench Transformer for repair Commodore CBM/PET series 2001/30xx/40xx(not fat – 8032 motherboard)
- PIN: 4 – 6 = ~16VAC
- PIN: 4 – 5 = ~8VAC
- PIN: 5 – 6 = ~8VAC
- PIN: 7 – 8 = ~16VAC
- PIN: 9 – 10 = ~16VAC
Thanks to Andrea Pierdomenico for this great donation made some years ago.
A new donation from Paolo Cognetti.
- ZX Spectrum + (Complete/Boxed) with keyboard problems
- Philips MSX Printer VW-0010
- Philips MSX QuickDisk VY-0002
- Apple II/II+ Joystick
- ABT Apple II+ External Keypad
- ZX Spectrum + Manual
- SCSI Iomega ZIP Drive + Cable
- Some ZX Spectrum Tape Cassette
- Macintosh Plus Motherboard
- Some PCMCIA Cards
A new donation from Rossano Rossano Toccaceli.
- Philips MSX-2 8235
- Commodore Floppy Drive 1541 (without case)
- Amiga Keyboard.
For this donation i thank: Andrea C. from Trieste.
The Sharp PC-1360 is a small pocket computer manufactured by Sharp. it can also be considered as an electronic calculator.
The PC-1360 was introduced in 1987 and was used by engineers, and favored by programmers for its decent programming and graphical capabilities. It was the top model of the (very small, only two models) 13XX series. It has a LCD display with four lines, also the SC61860 CPU, two RAM extension slot which work with the cynox RAM cards, a 15 pin serial interface and also a powerful BASIC. This is the best models for graphic applications.
For this donation i thank: Paolo Cognetti from Roma.
This is a 3rd generation pong color system. It uses the usual 10 games cartridge: Tennis, Hockey, Squash, Practice, Soccer, Basketball, Basketball Practice, Gridball, Traget 1 & 2.
You can find this system everywhere in Europe though it´s origin once was Hongkong. This is a color variant sold by Irradio in Italy.
I thank Andrea Pierdomenico for the donation.
Electronic components donated:
- 1 x ST 27256 Eprom
- 1 x ST 27128 Eprom
- 2 x TMS 2516 Eprom
- 3 x ST/AMD 27512 Eprom
- 4 x HY/Intel/TI 2732 Eprom
- 5 x FlashROM Winbond 29C020
- 15 x TI32-GERMES Eprom (2516 Compatible)
- 18 x TI32-SYN Eprom (2532* Compatible)
* Not Confirmed.
Recovery electronic components from a motherboard that was given to me.
- 2 x INS 8250N (UART)
- 2 x 2764 (EPROM)
- 2 x 2732 (EPROM)
- 2 x HM 6264P-15 (STATIC RAM)
- 16 x TMS 4256-15 (RAM)
- 16 x MB 8264A-15 (RAM)
I thank Piero Todorovich for the donation.
Electronic components donated:
- 1 x MOS 8566R2 (VIC II PAL C128)
- 1 x MOS 6569R3 (VIC II PAL C64)
- 1 x MOS 8563R9 (Video Display Controller VDC)
- 2 x MOS 6526 (Complex Interface Adapter CIA)
- 1 x MOS 8722R2 (Memory Management Unit MMU)
- 1 x MOS 6581R3 (SID)
- 1 x MOS 6581 (SID)
- 1 x MOS 318018-02 (Commodore 128 BASIC Lo Rom)
- 1 x MOS 318019-02 (Commodore 128 BASIC Hi Rom)
- 1 x MOS 251913-01 (BASIC/Kernal ROM C64C/C128)
- 1 x MOS 318020-03 (Commodore 128 Kernal Rom)
- 1 x MOS 390059-01 (Commodore 128 character Rom)
- 2 x TMM 23256P (256k BIT Mask ROM)
- 1 x OKI M2764Z (8K x 8 PROM)
- 1 x AMI 6359112 (IBM 5150 ROM Basic 1.1 FA000-FBFFF; IBM P/N: 5000022)
- 1 x AMI 6359113 (IBM 5150 ROM Basic 1.1 FC000-FDFFF; IBM P/N: 5000023)
- 6 x AMI 6359300 (CGA/MDA BIOS ROM)
- 1 x AMI 6277356 (IBM EGA BIOS ROM)
- 2 x MOTOROLA 5000027 (IBM 5160 BIOS ROM)
I thank my dear friend Ciro (www.ti99iuc.it) for giving me the Personal Computer Radio Shack Tandy 4000SX.
Tandy 4000SX uses a intel 80386SX microprocessor at 16 megahertz, 32-bit CPU Offers true Intel 386 processing in a 286 hardware environment.
Tandy designed and engineered with full IBM PC/AT compatibility. Uses hardware and software compatible with the IBM standard for IBM PC/XT/AT computers.
For this donation i thank: Andrea C. from Trieste.
- 1 x Apple Macintosh SE / Keyobard / Mouse / Cables
- 1 x Apple StyleWriter II / Cables
- 1 x Fenner MSX SPC-800
- 1 x Philips Quickdisk VY-0002
- 1 x Commodore 64 / Powersupply
- 1 x Bear Games Autovocabolario di Tedesco (MSX Software / TAPE)
- 1 x Bear Games Piramide Mortale Turbo (MSX Software / TAPE)
- 1 x Bear Games Il Tesoro di Argan Allunaggio (MSX Software / TAPE)
- 1 x Driller Tanks (MSX Software / TAPE)
- 1 x Antart (MSX Software / TAPE)
- 1 x A.M.C. / Dinamic (MSX Software / TAPE)
I thank my dear friend Ciro (www.ti99iuc.it) for giving me the “Peripheral Expansion System” and for making me discover a whole new world of the Home Computer Texas Instruments TI-99/4A.
The Peripheral Expansion Box (aka P-Box or PEB) is a stable, silver/gray plastic and die-cast metal box containing eight slots for peripheral expansion cards and a compartment for a floppy drive or two drives of half height (“slim-line”, slim as understood in the 70ies and 80ies; today it is the normal height of 5,25″ drives for PCs).
The PEB offers space for 8 expansion cards. All slots are wired in parallel, and the power supply is designed to supply all cards including up to two floppy drives. Floppy drives may be put into the right compartment of the box.
With the appearance of hard disk controller cards, users tried to mount hard drives into the box into the floppy compartment. However, the power supply is not designed to sustain the current required for the hard drives; thus, a separate power supply is recommended.
All peripheral cards are expected to provide their own voltage regulators. Therefore, it is not recommended to replace the power supply by today’s PC switched power supplies, as those already provide regulated power which may cause the regulators on the cards to lower the voltage below the acceptable range.
Zoe playing at Ms.Pac man on the TI-99/4A:
I must thank my friends which have contributed to the growth of my Repair Laboratory with donations of spare parts.
For this donation i thank: Andrea Pierdomenico, Paolo M.R, Paolo Cognetti.
The items listed below are in poor condition and they are not working.
- 2 x Atari 800 XL
- 1 x Amstrad CPC 464
- 1 x Sinclair ZX Spectrum +2
- 2 x Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48k
- 3 x Commodore 6499
- 1 x Joystick Spectravideo
- 1 x Joystick Suncom Slik Stik
- 1 x Joystick Competition Pro deluxe version (PC)
- 1 x Commodore VIC-20 RF Modulator
- 1 x Commodore VIC-20
- 1 x Philips MSX VG-8020
- 3 x Commodore 64 Power Supply
- 1 x Commodore Amiga 500 Power Supply
- 1 x Philips NMS 800 Data Recorder
- 1 x SVI Spectravideo 904 Data Cassette
- 1 x SVI Spectravideo 728 MSX Home Computer
- 1 x Commodore 16
- 1 x Commodore Floppy Drive 1541
- 1 x Apple IIc
- 6 x Sinclair Spectrum Microdrive (only the drive)
- 1 x Motherboard XT Clone
- 1 x Motherboard XT IBM 5150
- 1 x Power Supply Clone XT 5150
- 1 x MDA Graphics Card ISA
- 1 x Floppy Controller ISA
- 1 x Motherboard Amiga 600
- Some Floppy Disk.
- Some Tape Cassette.
- Some cables.