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09_idx.txt 211022 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
2DRIVE.THD 19730 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Discusses developing a dual-TDD system for the Tandy computers  
2DRV2A.THD 10763 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Messages focus on software utilities to support the dual-TDD system  
2DRV2B.THD 13950 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Messages focus on software utilities to support the dual-TDD system  
ADAPTR.MIC 2862 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Explains how to build an adapter which allows use of microcassette recorder as a file storage device, and describes technique of saving data to this type of recorder.  
ADDICT.CHP 2672 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Add words into the disk dictionary files, expanding the disk dictionary.  
ADDICT.DOC 1691 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation for ADDICT.TD2  
ADDICT.TD2 2203 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Adds words from the RAM file SUSPEC.DO to the disk dictionary files DICT-A.DO thru DICT-Z.DO. WARNING: There must be enough free memory in the computer to contain a complete individual dictionary file in RAM. Read ADDICT.DOC  
ADDRAM.TXT 6511 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This file tells how Kenn Becker of the South Coast Model 100 Users Group installed a PG Design RAM chip inside his Model 100. He shows how 96K of RAM cam be installed on the inside of the 40 pin bus with another 96K normally on the outside of the bus, so that with 32K in the main bank you can have a 224K Model 100. Uploaded by Rick Mendosa, but contact Kenn directly at (805) 966-7121.  
ATFIX.DOC 1154 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation for ATFIX.DVI  
ATFIX.DVI 575 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Repair errors in the Allocation Table of the DVI disk. See ATFIX.DOC. You will also need a directory printout, generated by FATPRT.DVI, to keep track of which cluster point where. WARNING: This program is NOT User Friendly! If you are unsure of how to use it, leave a message or EasyPlex for the author before trying.  
BACKRD.100 3277 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Node RAMDisk file backup utility. It backs up all Datapac files to a Tandy portable disk drive. POWER-DISK is required! Docs included in this file.  
BACKRD.200 21758 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This file contains a captured message thread describing changing BACKRD.100 (a program for the 100/102), so it will run in a 200, allowing the user to backup all files in a 256K Node RAMdisk to a PC clone, using M100CO.EXE in the PC to simulate a TDD (Tandy Portable Disk Drive). It results in a fast, automatic way to backup all Node files to a PC, requiring only minutes to copy all files to a PC disk.  
BACKUP.DOC 5041 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation for DSKRAM.100 and RAMDSK.100  
BANK0.EJ 278 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Modification of previous pgm to check the date you installed batteries in your PG Design 32K RAM module, and warn when it's time to change. Date is checked every time you change to that bank. Sub this program for 'BANK 0.BA'  
BANKID.100 86 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Run BANKID.100 to identify which PCSG RAM bank is current. BANKID.100 POKEs the bank number you select into the Main Menu, as an extension to TELCOM; e.g. BASIC TEXT TELCOM.3 ADDRESS Useful in conjunction with MM.100 Checksum = 5389  
BANKSW.100 327 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Program for switching banks on the P.G. Design 224K RAM expansion, without using MENU.BA. Works with, or without Chipmunk or Tandy Portable Disk Drives.  
BASIC1.CHP 10602 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 1 of "Complete Primer on Disk File Handling with the Chipmunk Disk Drive". It contains an introduction to CDOS and the disk device, and goes on to describe using the Chipmunk from both Basic and Text. There's also a discussion of disk Basic differences with RAM or cassette. And, a snyopsis is given of the CDOS command syntax.  
BASIC2.CHP 13779 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 2 of Chipmunk Basic primer. File structure of records and fields, sequential files, and fixed-length fields.  
BASIC3.CHP 18950 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 3 of Chipmunk Basic primer. Covers sequential file handling, including adding, reading and searching records. Also, changing, deleting and inserting records is covered. And, we end up in a discussion of variable length fields.  
BASIC4.CHP 15144 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    PART 4 of Chipmunk Basic primer. Contains synopsis of statement syntax for sequential files. Also, covers Random access files and the new statements of FIELD, GET, PUT, LOF, LOC, EOF.  
BASIC5.CHP 8917 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 5 of Chipmunk Basic primer. Focuses on random access file handling, and the reading and writing of records.  
BASIC6.CHP 14462 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    PART 6 of Chipmunk Basic primer. Generating record numbers, deleting records, and random access by key transformation.  
BASIC7.CHP 18694 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 7 of Chipmunk Basic primer. Discussion and example of random access by index files, tagged sorts, searching any field and searching ordered files on a disk.  
BASIC8.CHP 11581 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 8 (final section) of Chipmunk Basic Manual. Sorting Random files, and "packing" a file.  
BATTRY.LFE 756 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This overnight testing program runds down the NiCad batteries in your Chipmunk and (if you've retrofitted NiCads in the M100 via the Preble mod or NICAD5) the M100 itself. It maintains a RAM file of times and notations so you can reconstruct battery lifes later.  
BCKLST.CHP 3251 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Doesn't backup, but provides you with a list of files which need backup, working either 1) from date of last backup; or 2) comparing "last mod" dates on two disks.  
BOOT.BA 462 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Allows you folks with Disk/Video Interfaces to load or unload your disk operating system with no loss of files that are in memory. Now when you hit the road with your Model 100 you can gain a quick extra 5K of memory by unloading DOS and then you can re-load it on your return.  
CABLE.MOD 7486 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Tired of the short cable from the Model 100 to DVI? Well, here is a solution. This text describes how to make that cable longer for FREE! All it takes is reading this and 20 minutes of your time, no trips to the store involved! NOT FOR THE MODEL 102! It uses another cable.  
CALNDR.PDS 4160 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    A short doc file including a simple patch for Tandy's 'Executive Calendar' program (CALNDR.BA). Just merge with the cassette version to obtain a version of CALNDR that reads the data files from the disk. Use XMO on this one if you can.  
CAS1.THD 12654 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Possible and feasible uses of cassette recorders in the Model 100 world, focusing on backup applications and protable use  
CAS2.THD 12101 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Part 2 of CAS1.THD  
CASCAT.100 864 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Small archiving program for cassette files. As you run this pgm, you're asked to name the tape and specify the side. The following information is automatically appended to a RAM file named "CASDIR.DO": File Tape/ Run Name Side Time eg.: MINTEL.BA UTIL3/B 00:46 ...where times indicate the running-time of the tape at the point where each file was found.  
CASDIR.100 1417 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Gets a directory of the files saved on a cassette and saves their names & types (Basic, Text, Corrupt (IO error)) to a file called [#].DO. Handy for finding out what's on your old unmarked tapes.  
CASS.CTL 238 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    If you're lazy, like me, then you get pretty tired of typing MOTOR ON and MOTOR OFF all the time to position your cassette tape. This program enables single key motor control. Tap the space bar to start the tape, and tap it again to stop it. Or, tape the ESC key to stop the motor and exit to BASIC. The program area will be NEWed, and you'll be left in direct mode, ready to load the next program.  
CASS.TIP 1803 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Suggestion for improving cassette recordings and fixing data loss problems.  
CASTST.THD 9068 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Re. cassette reliability; pgrm to set rec. volume  
CASUTL.100 2310 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Cassette file utility for Model 100/102. Saves and loads .BA(Basic), .DO(text), .CO(binary) files, or one of the three types with different name extensions(.CA, .CW, .DP, .TC, etc.). Also view text files on cassette, or recover parts of a damaged text file. See CASUTL.DOC in DL10 for instructions.  
CAT-09.ARC 52172 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This ARChive file for PC/MS-DOS contains all catalog (.CAT) files in THIS Library. Binary file; download with protocol and use ARC utiltiy to extract files.  
CBACK.100 1003 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Makes backup copies of Chipmunk disks.  
CBACK.101 1345 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Makes backup copy of Chipmunk disk with optional read-check verification. It's slow and requires multiple disk swaps, but copies only those sectors being used. Errors are retried 10 times before giving up (in which case the backp disk is no good even though its directory may look OK). Efficiency depends on amount of free RAM available.  
CBACK.DOC 1335 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation for CBACK.100  
CCR81.100 3007 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Tips for operation of the CCR-81 Computer Cassette Recorder from Radio Shack.  
CDOS.THD 4385 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Info on CDOS, operating systems for the Chipmunk disk drive  
CDOSM1.CHI 240 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Simple source code to a subroutine callable from BASIC that reads and writes disk sectors. See MLDEMO.CHP for an example.  
CDOSML.INF 6687 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Information on how to read and write disk sectors from assembly language. A short example is included. Also, detailed information on disk format and directory and allocation table structure.  
CGP115.THD 2040 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Repair of the Tandy CGP-115 printer/plotter, what to do when the plasitc stepper-motor gear fails CHP-AC.THD 27-Nov-87 2561 Availability of a power supply suitable as an AC-only supply for the Chipmunk  
CHIPMK.CAT 14508 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of programs and files in this section which deal with the Chipmunk Disk Drive, its technology, modifications, and accessories.  
CHIPMK.DO1 16973 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Beginner's reference guide for the Holmes/PCSG Chipmunk Portable Disk Drive. Guide on setup and use of the Chipmunk by Portable Computer Support Group, 11035 Harry Hines Blvd. #207, Dallas TX 75229  
CHIPMK.DO2 9572 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    BASIC guide and warranty for the Holmes/PCSG Chipmunk portable disk drive.  
CHIPMK.ROM 8474 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    A text file detailing a new version of CDOS, v3.24, and how Chipmunk portable disk drive owners can change the ROM chip themselves. CDOS v.3.24 automatically corrects CRC errors and prevents formerly troublesome directory overwrites. Do-it-yourself ROM changing is not for everyone, but this guide should let you decide whether you want the factory to do the work or not.  
CHP-AC.THD 2561 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This short THD captures messages on availability of a power supply suitable as an AC-only supply for the Chipmink (Ooops -- Chipmunk). Of interest to all Chipmuck owners who are concerned about the demise of their NiCad battery packs.  
CHPADP.THD 2096 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Some info on the two-drive adapter for the Chipmunk  
CHPBSC.DOC 2835 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Index to the files "BASIC1.CHP" thru "BASIC8.CHP" for Chipmunk disk drive programmers.  
CHPFRE.THD 1016 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Describes a way to find free disk space for the Chipmunk drive, using CDOS 3.24 and 3.45 on the M100  
CHPHLP.THD 7176 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Topic on recovering data from the Chipmunk disk  
CHPPWR.THD 16275 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Continucation of DEDCHP.THD, with some info on NiCd charging in general  
CHPREC.THD 6301 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Subject on the Chipmunk disk recovery  
CHPSYS.BKU 9839 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This document which may appeal to "Model T" chauvinists, who injoy pushing the machine to its limits, covers various equipment and techniques that may help to extend and continue usage of M100 family of systems indefinitely despite declining support in some areas. It is the first of a series that I intend to write. Various files that I have found useful in this context will be referenced here as the series is updated. See CHPSYS.EX1 CHPSYS.EX2 etc.  
CHPSYS.EX1 11929 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    This is the second part of CHPSYS.BKU. It covers getting the most reliability through redundancy from an M100, Chipmunk, T102, TDD2, and cassette system, and subsets of these machines, using CDOS, DSKMGR, FLOPPY, and the cassette. The redundancy of configurations backs up the system, and it is shown how CDOS, DSKMGR, and BASIC back up the files by copying them between the various media.  
CHPTIP.001 1013 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Describes installing and removing TELCOM extensions provided for the Chipmunk.  
CHPTIP.003 410 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Describes best way to reload Chipmunk's Disk Operating System.  
CLDSTR.TIP 1145 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    A simple method to Cold Start PCSG's 64K or 96K expansion RAM without using RAM+ ROM. Can be used when another ROM (Lucid, Super ROM etc) is in computer. Avoids swapping ROM modules. D-READ.100 [72527,2631] 01-Sep-86 1300 A simple program that enables reading of text files from any device. TDD will need POWR-DISK or similar Dos using colon prefix. Press space bar to start/stop scrolling and press Q to exit reading mode.  
CMDS01.TDD 9301 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    A beginning command set to run the TDD from standard BASIC without any special DOS. This is a runnable tutorial program, heavily commented, and includes STATUS, DIRECTORY, OPEN (R W A), CLOSE, GET/PUT DATA and FORMAT. Much more work is needed and all are invited to contribute: messages to Woods Martin 70235,232. While not yet practical, it is fun. CAUTION - the EAT DISK command is bound to exist.  
CMERGE.CHP 1206 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Mail merge program using Chipmunk disk drive. Allows creation of personalized form letters using ADRS file. See CMERGE.DOC  
CMERGE.DOC 3096 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation to CMERGE.CHP  
COJACK.DVI 1760 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Produces a disk jacket outline which is cut out, folded, and glued. The finished jacket is Titled and programs listed with date. D-READ.DVI [72126,2636] 03-Feb-89 939 Reads from disk to crt, lcd and appends to do file-finds lost files prints track,sector and switch + data D-ZAP.301 [72757,3076] 02-Apr-87 6122 Disk-Zap v3.01 allows you to inspect and modify your D/VI disks. Portions of Disk-Zap v3.01 are written in machine code, resulting in a program much FASTER than anything else for the same purpose. Features: Enire sector display, cursor editing, hex or ascii input error checking, sector blank, and built-in help screen.  
COPY-C.PWR 2688 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Copy-to-cassette program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. It is extremely important that you read POWR-D.INF before downloading any of the POWR-DOS binary files.  
COPY.PWR 2432 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Disk copy program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. COPY-C.PWR/binary [76701,40] 10-Jun-88 2688 Copy-to-cassette program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. D-TEXT.PWR/binary [76701,40] 10-Jun-88 7552 Disk-based TEXT editing program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. D-TEXT.TD2 [70506,223] 08-Nov-87 5472 Modify POWR-DOS's D-TEXT.BA so that it will work with the TDD2 and FLOPPY. So that you can edit files larger than RAM. Requires POWR-DOS and D-TEXT.BA from Acroatix. Also list a possible fix for D-TEXT.BA and the TDD1.  
COPYFL.DOC 8067 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation for CopyFL.PDS & CopyFL.TD2  
COPYFL.PDS 4096 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Transfers selected files from one TDD1 diskette to another. Unlike Acroatix's COPY, this program lets you specify the files to be copied and permits copies to diskettes already containing files. Requires Tandy Portable Disk Drive (1), M100/T102, and Powr-DOS (available here). See CopyFL.DOC  
COPYFL.TD2 4803 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Transfers selected files from one TDD2 diskette to another. Unlike Tandy's BACKUP, this program lets you specify the files to be copied and permits copies to diskettes already containing files. Requires Tandy Portable Disk Drive 2, M100/T102/T200, and Tandy's FLOPPY. See CopyFL.DOC  
CRCDOC.MR 1787 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM  
    Documentation for CRCERR.MR  
CRCERR.MR 515 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Rewrite files that have CRC errors on Chipmunk disks. See CRCDOC.MR  
CRCFIX.324 8753 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Contains instructions and two program listings to help you find and eliminate CRC errors on CDOS 3.24 disks. The two Basic programs create the machine language programs FINDCC.CO and CRCFIX.CO.  
CVTDIC.DOC 894 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for CVTDIC.TD2  
CVTDIC.TD2 359 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Aids in converting the two letter .CHP dictionary files in the DL to the one letter dictionary files needed for the TD2 versions of the dictionary programs. Read CVTDIC.DOC  
D-READ.100 1300 1/28/2020 1:14:32 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A simple program that enables reading of text files from any device. TDD will need POWR-DISK or similar Dos using colon prefix. Press space bar to start/stop scrolling and press Q to exit reading mode  
D-READ.DVI 939 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    D-READ.DVI checksum=64,024 930 Reads from disk to crt,lcd and appends to do file-finds lost files prints track,sector and switch + data  
D-TEXT.PWR 7552 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Disk-based TEXT editing program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. It is extremely important that you read POWR-D.INF before downloading any of the POWR-DOS binary files.  
D-TEXT.TD2 5472 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    D-TEXT.TD2 will modify POWR-DOS's D-TEXT.BA so that it will work with the TDD2 and FLOPPY. So that you can edit files larger than RAm. Requires POWR-DOS and D-TEXT.BA from Acroatix. Also list a possible fix for D-TEXT.BA and the TDD1  
D-ZAP.301 6122 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Disk-Zap v3.01 allows you to inspect and modify your D/VI disks. Portions of Disk-Zap v3.01 are written in machine code, resulting in a program much FASTER than anything else for the same purpose. Features: Enire sector display, cursor editing, hex or ascii input error checking, sector blank, and built-in help screen. Send bug reports/enhancement ideas to me CIS:72757,3076 ENVOY:M.ZIMMERMAN  
D100.BA 1286 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Allows you to switch DVI Disk BASIC on or off, in the Model 100. An update of CHOICE.BA. See D100.DOC  
D100.DOC 823 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for D100.BA  
DATNOD.100 2567 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A data retrieval program that accesses the Node RAMPAC/Datapac and displays selected DATFIL data records in the DATFIL format. Link several files to form large database.  
DBAKUP.DOC 10524 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DBAKUP.TDD  
DBAKUP.PAT 438 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A one line patch for DBAKUP.TDD to finish writing the .CO files to the directory file on disk, something the original program forgot to do.  
DBAKUP.TDD 3724 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Program to back-up all files in RAM to the new Tandy Disk, using POWR-DISK from Acroatix. Automatically backs up .BA, .DO, .CA, and .CO files - even CO files saved in 7 bit form. Combined with DRESTO.TDD, will auto-load those files, too. See DBAKUP.DOC, DRSTO.TDD, DRESTO.DOC. NOTE: DBAKUP.PAT patch has been included in this copy.  
DCMPAR.BA 3207 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Compares two Chipmumk disks and lists all files that: 1. are on one disk only, or 2. have different last modification dates, or 3. have different file sizes. Similar to BCKLST.CHP and uses routines from PRDIR.BA. Corrects some oversites in BCKLST.CHP and checks both disks against each other.  
DCPREP.100 5645 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Loads a machine language program that strips words, deletes duplicates and sorts word list within a RAM document file in preparation for running the spelling checker program SPLCHK. This program is Model 100/102 specific! Tandy 200 users, see DCPREP.200  
DCPREP.200 4498 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Tandy 200 version of DCPREP.100  
DCPREP.DOC 1453 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Document file for DCPREP.LDR and the m/l prep program it loads.  
DDIR.DOC 982 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DDIR.TDD  
DDIR.TDD 614 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A full-screen directory program for the TDD with POWR-DOS. It can be used as a stand-alone, or integrated with a utility such as MENU.JR2. See DDIR.DOC  
DEDCHP.THD 10443 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Reports and discusses the failure of Chipmunk from exhaustion of the NiCad battery pack DM-PGD.THD 13-Jun-87 7918 Patching DSKMGR to work cleanly with 0MENU vers. 1.1 from PG Designs  
DFILES.TDD 1005 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Displays ALL file names from a disk on 100 screen. At conclusion, press F1 and see bytes free. Requires Powr-Dos by Acroatix. New version has improved error handling; recovers lost RAM if disk not connected or operating.  
DICT.CHP 8706 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Contains all the files necessary to create & maintain a disk- based dictionary for checking spelling of document files prepared by DCPREP. By use of DCPREP and SPLCHK.BA within this file a 12K document file can be spell checked within 25 mins., if using a 20,000 word dictionary.  
DIR.DOC 2792 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for the DIR.DVI program. DIR.DVI is a program for managing a file directory of diskette files.  
DIR.DVI 2465 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Creates a directory file with the time and date stamps for each entry. You may enter a comment for each file, and for the disk. Running DIR causes it to look at the disk directory, add newly added files to itself and prompt for comment, deleting files that are no longer on the disk. It prints the directory with lengths. See also DIRDVI.MON which allows screen output.  
DIRDVI.MON 3081 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Like DIR.DVI, but allows screen output as well as printing.  
DIRLST.LBL 1190 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A module for MERGing with DIRLST.TDD to print labels for disks. Suggestions included for customizing to your printer.  
DISABL.DVI 49 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Ultra-small no-frills program to disable DVI operating system in Model 100. Switch to LCD screen before running. "RUN40" to reload Disk Basic. Tested with View80 on UR2 and works fine.  
DISK.CMD 8094 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    This program is another Menu program for use with Power-Disk or POWR-DOS. It's principal claim to fame is that it can be used as a resident, invisible command program at the main menu, to display disk files, then load and enter a TEXT file, or load and run a cursor-selected program from the disk.  
DISKIT.100 613 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Designed for users of the Tandy Disk Drive with PWR-DISK and PCSG's Four Bank Ram Upgrade (128K Ram Upgrade). It is a sample program which demonstrates the ram hook pokes necessary to access both disk files and files in other banks within the same program or to run a program directly off disks which then accesses other files in other banks. See DISKIT.DOC  
DISKIT.DOC 9556 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DISKIT.100  
DISKMD.BAS 7131 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    D/VI Disk Utilities. Read, modify, write anything to anywhere on disk. Find a string, recover accidently "killed" files, plus much more. Easy to use. Prompts you all the way. Instructions included in the program.  
DISKML.CHP 4054 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Description of CDOS hooks available to machine language programmers and procedures for using Chipmunk disk files from ML. Knowledge of ML and existing ROM routines required.  
DISKPP.DO1 5025 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Part one of the documentation for DISKPP version 3.0 covers CDOS disk format, structure of directories and directory entries, and the allocation table. There are no substantive changes in this part over the same material in the first edition of the DISKPP documentation. See DISKPP.DO2  
DISKPP.DO2 13862 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Part two of the documentation for DISKPP version 3.0 covers using DISKPP. There have been major changes and additions to this section since the first edition.  
DISKPP.UD3 2188 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    This enhancement to the latest version 2.2 of DISKPP.324 adds a cluster search feature to the allocation table byte display option. With this, a file can be backtracked thru the allocation table to its originating byte. Read DISKPP.DO1 and DISKPP.DO2  
DISKPP.V30 12382 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    "The Chipmunk Disk Peeker/Poker" CDOS disk utility, version 3.0 for CDOS 3.24 and up. Display and modify directory entries and allocation table bytes. Display and copy sectors and files. Trace and display file chains. Recover deleted and clobbered files. Rename the disk and folders. Fix CRC errors. Smaller, faster, more options. See DISKPP.DO1 and DISKPP.DO2  
DISKUT.DOC 1289 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DISKUT.DVI  
DISKUT.DVI 4863 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    PROVIDES DIRECTORY PROTECTION AND ALOWS FOR 9K MORE DISK SPACE.  
DIVVY.DOC 9055 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DIVVY.TDD. Discusses problems encountered while writing programs for the Tandy Disk Drive/Powr-Disk combination, and programming techniques for defeating them. Includes a short program for appending RAM files to disk files.  
DIVVY.TDD 1982 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Demo of Powr-Disk abilities and shortcomings; and a utility program for Powr-Disk users. It splits long files into shorter ones. Presumably, long disk files into shorter ones that can be loaded into RAM. See DIVVY.DOC  
DLOAD.COM 896 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    DLOAD.COM is a loader for TDISK.COM. NOTE: THE LPT MUST BE SET TO 8N81N BEFORE EXECUTING AND THE DRIVE MUST BE ON AND A FLOPY DISK WITH TDISK.COM ON IT IN THE DRIVE. The loader takes up only 1K which cuts down on the overhead. It takes about 4 seconds to load TDISK.COM. Rename DLOAD.COM anything you like and make it a RO file. TDISK.COM must always be on the disk in use when DLOAD is called.  
DM-PGD.THD 7918 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    This is a running set of messages on patching DSKMGR (DL9) to work cleanly with 0MENU vers. 1.1 from PG Designs; the program DSKMGR.PGD in DL9 already does that job for 0MENU v. 2.0+. Also discussed are some general issues re use of 0MENU, etc. Note that a similar patch can be found in DL2 for TXTFMT.CO. In principle, the same thing can be done for any RAM-based M/L program which conflicts with 0MENU -- after a bit of disassembly  
DMENU.PWR 3584 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Menu program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette.  
DMPTDD.BA 512 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Lets you dump a specified range of disk sectors to a RAM file named "DMPOUT.DO", with POWR-DOS. The output is the ASCII representation, and is text for DO files on the disk and "garbage" otherwise. I wrote it for exploratory purposes, but it can be used for quick-and-dirty text file recovery (is NOT a replacement for RECOVR.BA!). *POWR-DOS only*  
DNAME.DVI 1134 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Pokes the standard message which appears during DVI powerup. 80 Characters may NAME and comment each disc. The first 18 are printed during LFiles and the DATE$ replaces VERSION 01.00.00.  
DOSOFF.DOC 363 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DOSOFF.SUP  
DOSOFF.SUP 303 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A utility for Supera version two and CDOS 3.24. It allows you to turn off CDOS without turning off Supera.  
DOSTIP.001 750 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A short tip on how to use Powr-Dos by Acroatix to load Supera (and, presumably, the PG Ram bank switcher).  
DOSTIP.002 676 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A second solution to the obviously vexing problem of how to load another LOMEM occupant with Acroatix' Powr-DOS.  
DOSTIP.003 2464 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Discusses the possibility of partitioning TDD sectors by using the DSKO$ command of POWR-DOS. Of interest to current and potential owners of POWR-DOS.  
DOSTIP.004 1275 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Contains three very short programs allowing Powr-Dos users to peek around individual sectors. Does not require machine-language or hexidecimal knowledge. Also mentions a small conflict with Supera keysets.  
DOSTIP.005 873 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    List of files on the Powr-DOS distribution disk. Provided because there's no such list in the package.  
DOSTIP.006 937 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Bugfix for the MERGE bug on early versions of POWR-DOS.  
DOSTIP.007 778 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A safer way to make a program check for the presence of Powr-DOS  
DOSTIP.008 2001 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Essay on the risks and payoffs involved in PEEKs & POKEs to learn how TDD (and everything else about this computer) works.  
DOSTIP.009 4958 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Powr_DOS provides TDD1 users the capabiltiy to bypass the TDD file structure and access the disk directly. The most obvious applications for this capability are utility programs and database programs. This file lists all-in-one-place those things someone writing such a program will need to know. This is an advanced and fairly specialized programming tip. TDD2/FLOPY2 users/programmers should read, instead, TD2TIP.009, which covers the same matters.  
DOSTIP.010 3027 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    I've said before that RECOVR is worth the price of admission for Powr-DOS; I'm certainly not going to retract the claim now that the program's "free". Nonetheless, RECOVR has some irritating quirks. The patch enclosed in this file fixes some of them. This file includes the patch, some discusion, and instructions for loading the patch.  
DOSTIP.011 1042 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    The Powr-DOS command set includes the command LFILES MENU. A couple notes on why it's preferable to MENU for a program exit.  
DOSTIP.ER6 412 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Correction to apparent typographical error in DOSTIP.006. Partial fix of MERGE/LOAD [ASCII] bug in POWR-DOS.  
DOWTDD.THD 8798 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Topic on downloading to disk  
DPTIP.000 597 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Introduction to the DISK POWER DPTIP.xxx series, placed on Compuserve by Ultrasoft Innovations Inc. for all users of the Tandy or Brother FB-100 portable disk drive. These tips will help DISK POWER owners to better use their Disk Operating System with various other machine language programs, hardware and peripherals. The series will also address some of the inherant shortcomings of the PDD and will offer solutions at different user levels.  
DPTIP.001 2349 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    First in a series of tips for users of all levels with DISK POWER and the Tandy/Brother Portable Disk Drive. This tip deals with the use of DISK POWER and ACOUSTIC COUPLERS to upload and/or download to disk (indirectly), without the need of any hardware or software modifications, while connected to TELCOM (TERMinal mode) and without losing the carrier or telephone line.  
DPTIP.002 1100 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    The 2nd in a series of tips for users of DISK POWER and Tandy/Brother Portable Disk Drive. In this tip, we will be addressing the problem of the drive to not allow files greater than 64K in length, and some suggestions on how to avoid data loss due to this problem of the drive.  
DPTIP.003 2179 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Tip number three in the ongoing DPTIP.xxx series, for users of the Tandy/Brother Portable Disk Drive and DISK POWER. This tip deals with user documentation clarifications and additions of some omitted material. (for version one only of the manual, since all new users get the updated manual, version two).  
DPTIP.004 5175 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    For the users of the 100/102, Tandy Disk Drive 100k (TDD1), with DiskPower and SUPERA Version 3.0. It contains information about a patch to enable the two to operate simultaneously without resulting in a cold start.  
DPTIP.005 1207 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    For the users of the 100/102, Tandy Disk Drive 100k (TDD1), with DiskPower and SUPERA Version 3.0. It contains a much shorter version of the program given in DPTIP.004 for a patch to enable the two to operate simultaneously without resulting in a cold start.  
DPUSER.000 1124 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    DPUSER.xxx is a new series of tips, comments and other useful information from USERS of DISK POWER 100/102/200. The files talk about DISK POWER performance under operating conditions never thought of by its' designer. DPUSER.000 explains the philosophy behind the series. For tips fully supported by Ultrasoft Innovations, please see the DPTIP.xxx series.  
DPUSER.001 3650 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Contains some (hopefully) intelligent guesses about how Disk Power 100 is implemented, and some cautionary notes based on these speculations. See DPUSER.002 for some good hints on using other OS's.  
DPUSER.002 3585 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    One users opinion of Disk Power after a few weeks use. Includes discussion and program to use other operating systems with Disk Power.  
DPUSER.003 2896 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    The Disk-Power documentation has an "undocumented" explanation of how one can load or save files to/from the TDD while in the F7-called text mode of Telcom -- but only with the acoustic cup connection. This tip reports that the Model 200 supports the direct-connect cable as well -- at least while online to CompuServe and other services that don't shut down after short pauses.  
DRCTRY.100 6213 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Effective way of managing a virtually unlimited library of cassette tapes for your computer. Throw away that pencil and paper! Instruction set and standard ".DO" file included. NOT A PROGRAM!  
DRCTRY.BP 711 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Maintain a directory list (DIRLST.DO) in the ROOT DIRECTORY of the Booster Pak. This list will contain all the DIRECTORIES with their associated environments and files.  
DRESTO.DOC 1964 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DRESTO.TDD  
DRESTO.PAT 486 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A one line patch for DRESTO.TDD to add a little extra error handling I found necessary. The program will now recover from a file not found error and will not halt upon EOF if only BASIC programs have been saved.  
DRESTO.TDD 2696 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A Disk restore utility designed to load a complete saved set of programs and files automatically from the Tandy Disk Drive to ram. It uses the POWER-DISK software from Acroatix. It requires DBAKUP.TDD to work best. See DRESTO.DOC, DBAKUP.TDD, DBAKUP.DOC. NOTE: DRESTO.PAT of 18-Feb-86 has been made to this copy.  
DRIVES.THD 6294 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Discussion on which drive to buy for use with the Model 100/102  
DSKCAT.100 1375 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    DSKCAT is used with the Tandy Portable Disk Drive and POWER-DOS to generate a disk catalog database file for use with DBNEW.100. POWER-DOS must be installed in memory before running this program. The program asks for the Disk name and whether the disk is for Business or Personal use. It then reads that disk through POWER-DOS and builds the database file. The file can then be used and manipulated through DBNEW.100. CHECKSUM 96049  
DSKCNV.PDD 402 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Convert DIRLST files from old DSKL program to current one.  
DSKDOC.PDD 7129 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DSKL.PDD  
DSKL.PDD 4357 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Disk catalog program for use with the Tandy Portable Disk Drive. See the DSKDOC.PDD  
DSKLP.PDD 1445 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Printer output program for DSKL.PDD files. See DSKLPD.PDD  
DSKLPD.PDD 1707 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DSKLP.PDD  
DSKLST.100 3929 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A Basic program to provide an alphabatized catalog by type of all files on a DVI disk. A short description of the contents of each file can be added to the listing.  
DSKLST.DOC 2679 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Guide to using DSKLST.100  
DSKMGR.100 8746 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Version 3.02 of DSKMGR, a disk/file management system for the Model 100 and the Tandy/Purple/Brother portable disk drives. Somewhat smaller, but with more built-in features than previous versions. See DSKMGR.DOC and DSKMGR.MNU  
DSKMGR.200 6711 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A Basic loader for DSKMGR.CO on the Tandy 200. The CO program can be located at any legal RAM address. Works same as the 100 version except "self-clearing" feature is not available. See DSKMGR.DOR for discussion of loader (0MENU options are not included) and DSKMGR.DOC (Lib9) for program operation.  
DSKMGR.DOC 12260 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for v3.02 of DSKMGR, a disk/file management program for the Tandy/Purple/Brother 100K portable disk drives. See DSKMGR.100 and DSKMGR.200  
DSKMGR.DOR 2444 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Documentation for DSKMGR.REL  
DSKMGR.MNU 766 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A small patch to DSKMGR (Vers. 3.02) to cause the key to take you from the DSKMGR menu to the M100 menu (equivalent to F8).  
DSKMGR.PGD 1484 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A program to patch (and add to) DSKMGR.CO to make it compatible with the P.G. Designs 0MENU vers. 2.00+. Documentation is in the program. *You MUST have 0MENU installed to use the patched version of the program*  
DSKMGR.REL 7531 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    DSKMGR.REL is DSKMGR v. 3.02 TDD1 file manager, packaged in a relocating Basic loader for the Model 100/102; see DSKMGR.DOC for Basic use and DSKMGR.DOR for more info on relocating version. It permits loading DSKMGR.CO at any legal and available location in RAM (e.g., below another CO program which must be at the top of memory). Patches for use with PG Designs 0MENU are prompted options within the loader.  
DSKMGR.THD 6020 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Bug report on DSKMGR regarding its detection of defective media, with explanation of the cause DVI-DS.THD 15-Apr-90 2523 Re. using both sides of DVI disks  
DSKRAM.100 3075 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Restores the RAM from the TDD when it is previously saved using RAMDSK.100. Uses an Index file to allow restoring only those files that were in RAM when run.  
DSMENU.BA 1479 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    A basic menu program to call up the DSKMGR.CO utility modules. It is necessary that you understand the operation of DSKMGR.CO and its utilities and set them up on your own. With this menu it is possible to set up how you want to operate DSKMGR.CO, and it's utilities. All lines under #100 (remarks) may be removed to conserve RAM space.  
DVI-DS.THD 2523 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Comments on using both sides of your single-sided DVI disks. Gives a description of how to modify the disk jacket for this purpose -- and notes that special tools for that purpose are available.  
DVI.100 81 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Kills the DVI operating system when the DVI is not available and frees the 4697 bytes of RAM for other uses. If it is run again when the DVI is available, it will boot (re-load) the DVI operating system provided that sufficient RAM is free. DVI.100 leaves all RAM: files intact! Notes: (1) After booting the DVI operating system reset the M100's clock/calendar. (2) If the M100 seems to lockup, press the RESET button and try again.  
DVI.CAT 9674 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of programs and files in this section which deal with the Radio Shack Disk/Video Interface, it's technology, operation, modification and accessories. DVI-DS.THD Comments on using both sides of your single-sided DVI disks. Gives a description of how to modify the disk jacket for this purpose -- and notes that special tools for that purpose are available.  
DVI200.USE 3876 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Discusses use of the Tandy Disk/Video Interface with the Tandy 200. Ordering number for the D/VI software for the 200 is included.  
DVI2ND.INF 9825 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Describes how to mount a double sided drive into the DVI and access both sides from BASIC. The result is a DVI with 3 sides of 184K each (552K total, 499.5K normal, 515K using special DVI tricks). Now who can't use a half Meg DVI?  
DVITIP.001 1822 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    This file is the first on the subject of tips for using the Tandy Disk/Video Interface.  
DVITIP.002 2521 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    These instructions allow owners of SCRIPSIT.100 and the TANDY DVI to use SCRIPSIT and ALL of its features, including dot commands, with diskettes.  
DYSAVE.AJ 1040 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM  
    Save & append DIARY.DO files from TMPC to A&J's System 100. (Other storage systems should work, too.) It then clears memory previously used for DIARY.DO files. See DYSAVE.DOC  
DYSAVE.DOC 1612 1/28/2020 1:14:33 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentaion for DYSAVE.AJ  
ERASE.TDD 1344 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Deletes every file from the directory of a TDD diskette; it's equivalent to the PC-DOS command ERASE *.*. Obviously this is not an everyday utility. But Erase.TDD is *much* quicker than reformatting the diskette. This program works with M100/T102 & Powr-DOS on TDD1 *or* M100/T102/T200 & FLOPPY on TDD2 (scratches both directories); it checks what's there and acts appropriately. Software/Hardware combinations not listed will not work.  
ERASER.TDD 1091 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A stand-alone BASIC utility to delete files stored on the TDD. Does not require FLOPPY, DSKMGR, or commercial DOS to operate.  
EXP102.THD 5082 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Nicely crafted reply to a new owner's query on expanding his Tandy 102  
EXTRA.NOD 2390 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    The program resides in the NODE and can access your story and a MEMO and HELP files, too. The NODE ROM must be installed for the program to work.  
FATPRT.DOC 4028 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for FATPRT.DVI  
FATPRT.DVI 1060 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Print a directory from the DVI disk. It includes the file type, starting cluster, and location of the entry in the directory (useful for repairing files). It also prints out the FAT table. See FATPRT.DOC. (255 = unused, 254 = used by system, -0 to -9 means last cluster of chain with the abs value of the number = to the number of sectors used in the cluster. 3-80 are # of next cluster in the chain.)  
FILVUE.DOC 3735 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for FilVue.TDD  
FILVUE.TDD 2930 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    FilVue lets you peek at TDD files; I use it to help me identify files whose purpose I've forgot. (It makes a nice companion program to NDX100/200, or any other indexer.) FilVue displays the first 280 bytes in the file, which usually includes some indentification information. This program works with: M100/T102 and Powr-DOS for TDD1; M100/T102/T200 and FLOPPY for TDD2  
FINDCC.324 3275 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Creates the machine language program FINDCC.CO, a fast way to find where CRC errors are on CDOS 3.24 disks. A multiple beep signals a CRC error and a single beep signals other errors. Be ready with pencil and paper to copy down the track and sector numbers!  
FIXPIN.DVI 2178 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    What to do about a D/VI cable with a broken pin. An under-$2 fix.  
FIXUM.CHP 869 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A simple but effective program that attempts to repair the MAIN directory and Allocation Table on a Chipmunk disk in the event you cannot load the disk Menu into your Model 100. Assumes the BACKUP Directory and Allocation Table are good, which is true about 9 out of 10 times.  
FLAKY.BAS 1710 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Like CRCERR.BA, this tries to retrieve CRC Chipmunk disk errors but FLAKY.BA reads one byte at a time. Watch for garbled bytes in the 100-or-so bytes following a flagged error. (marked <> in RAM file). Last line of program is too long for CIS, correct before running.  
FLDCHG.CHP 1646 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Demonstrates how to change Chipmunk folders from a BASIC program. If you have X-TEL from Sigea Systems, this program can be used to change Chipmunk folders while remaining online. To use with X-TEL, replace END statement in line 13 with CALL n statement, where n is the TOP address of X- TEL. Pressing ENTER key at the prompt will display the help screen.  
FLIFLO.TD2 400 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A TDD2 FREMEM utility patch. Merge with FREMEM.BA from TDD2 system disk to create new FREMEM which will FLIp FLOppy in in and out of RAM. Very handy for freeing RAM for other, potentially conflicting applications and then easily restoring FLOPPY. TDD2 only!  
FLIP.TD2 955 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Switch the two directories on the TDD2 using FLOPPY (2). The main use for this program is to allow POWR-DOS access to the second directory.  
FLOPRD.100 1567 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Procedure for eliminating the conflict between FLOPPY (TDD2) and RAMDSK.CO in the M100/102.  
FOLDER.CHP 4501 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    I wrote this article in response to a msg from Larry Holmes asking SIG members to help in writing the revised manual. Someone said that they had trouble understanding how the folders worked, so I gave it a try. Please read this and send me your comments.  
FOLDER.FIX 689 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Don Corbitt's FOLDER demo is specific to CDOS 3.1; it will crash CDOS 3.2 without the POKEs changed. This file describes how to update FOLDER.  
FORMAT.PWR 1408 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Formatting utility program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. L-POWR.100 [70235,232] 07-Feb-86 220 Short program to install POWR-D.CO saved as a RAM file into high memory. If the D/VI is in use, it will first be disabled and the display returned to the Model 100 screen. L-TSD.100 [70235,232] 26-May-86 100 Short program to load TS-DOS. First it disables D/VI DOS if it is in use and then does a RUNM of TS-DOS.CO which in turn loads and runs DOS100.CO from disk.  
FORMAT.TDD 937 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A stand-alone BASIC utility to format disk on the Tandy/Brother disk drive. The program requires NO DOS to be resident in the computer, and works regardless of what DOS you normally use with the drive.  
FYLDOS.100 919 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Unique disk-catalog program that is small, fast, and completely accurate on file sizes (a bugaboo for most previous catalog efforts). Amazingly, you do _not_ have to have any DOS installed when you run this program -- which can be a boon if you need memory to the MAX for the catalog itself. This version is specific to the M100/102. DOC file describes how to.  
FYLDOS.120 953 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A fast, memory-efficient way to catalog TDD2 files. See FYLDOS.DOC  
FYLDOS.200 917 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Unique disk-catalog program that is small, fast, and 100% accurate on file sizes (a bugaboo for most previous catalog efforts). Amazingly, you do _not_ have to have any DOS installed to run this program -- a boon if you need memory to the MAX for the catalog itself. This version specific to the T200 and fixes a bug in the previous upload. DOC file describes how to.  
FYLDOS.220 942 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    TDD2 disk-catalog program that works without a resident DOS.  
FYLDOS.DOC 4196 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Instructions for FYLDOS.100/FYLDOS.200, which are TDD catalog programs requiring no resident DOS. You'll find the programs are very small, very fast, and (unlike many previous catalog attempts) completely accurate on file sizes.  
FYLPRT.100 2250 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A small addition to FYLDOS.100 to printout a 4 column listing of the disk files from a single diskette (TDD1) to any printer.  
GETUM.CHP 568 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    After using DISKPP.CHP or SEARCH.CHP to locate where a given file is stored on your Chipmunk disk, you can run this program to easily retrieve .DO files from a damaged disk that has no backup. It is also possible to recover .BA programs, but you must run the recovered ASCII file through a detokenizing program such as DETOKE.100.  
HARDWR.CAT 12125 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of programs and files in this section which are hardware-oritented; items for the cassette recorder, A&J Micro Drive, expansion RAM module, RS232 cable, connections, etc.  
HELPER.BA 3659 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Contains several utility features such as KILL, NAME. Also included are provisions for loading eight of your favorite CO programs from the Node into RAM.  
ICU.BA 3336 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Index Compression Utility shrinks INDEX.DO files produced by the NDXxxx TDD2 index programs (dl9) by removing repetitive data [i.e. ALARM3.BA 511 0:MAIN(CR) ALARM3.BA 511 1:BACKUP1(CR) is changed to ALARM3.BA 511 0:MAIN, BACKUP1(CR)]. This file contains both the program (389 bytes in BASIC) and documentation. Checksum=257,128.  
INFO.PDD 7488 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    PDD packet info update June 02 1988  
INSURE.DIR 6299 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Overwritten main directories continue to be an occassional but catastrophic problem under all versions of CDOS. This group of programs (cut and paste from the documentation) creates a backup directory and allocation table at the top end of the disk. If backed up after each disk write, it should insure against catastrophic loss.  
INSURE.FIX 1359 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A minor patch to one of the INSURE.DIR programs, so as to initialize both copies of the Allocation Table (turns out that CDOS swaps them).  
KISS.CAS 2115 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Makes use of Function Keys to load up to three BASIC programs and as many .DO files as desired after a cold-start. READ KISS.DOC  
KISS.DOC 5217 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for KISS.CAS and KISS.DVI  
KISS.DVI 2287 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Make use of Function Keys to load up to three BASIC programs and as many .DO files as desired, after a cold-start. READ KISS.DOC L-DVI.100 [70235,232] 26-May-86 1445 V1.10 includes TS-DOS. Selectively enables and disables D/VI software, preserving date and time during conversion. On enable, first disables POWR-DISK or TS-DOS software for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive should it be in use. Defaults to 80 x 24 display--see line 48. On enable, at first Menu display, select L-DVI AGAIN to automatically preserve date and time. NO OTHER DOCUMENTATION  
L-DVI.100 1441 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Selectively enables and disables D/VI software, preserving date and time during conversion. On enable, first disables POWR-DISK or TS-DOS software for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive should it be in use. Defaults to 80 x 24 display--see line 48. On enable, at first Menu display, select L-DVI AGAIN to automatically preserve date and time. Checksum 95,123 PA=79 /\ /\ /'`\ /'`\ ')(`woods')(`  
L-POWR.100 217 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Short program to install POWR-D.CO saved as a RAM file into high memory. If the D/VI is in use, it will first be disabled and the display returned to the Model 100 screen. Checksum 14,019 /\ /\ /'`\ /'`\ ')(`woods')(`  
L-TSD.100 99 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Short program to load TS-DOS. First it disables D/VI DOS if it is in use and then does a RUNM of TS-DOS.CO which in turn loads and runs DOS100.CO from disk. Checksum 5,843  
LDPDSK.NOD 5444 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Power-Disk loader, runs in Node RAMdisk  
LILDEX.DOC 4448 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Directions for LILDEX.TDD  
LILDEX.TDD 2900 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Alphabetical disk file name indexer for Model 100 (102) with POWR-DISK software from Acroatix. Can handle indexes of over 20K. NOTE: Files on disks MUST have a letter of the alphabet for the first letter of the file names. See LILDEX.DOC. If you have POWR-DOS, use LILDOS.TDD instead.  
LILDOS.TDD 2964 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Alphabetical disk file name indexer for Mod 100 (102). Can handle indexes of over 20K. This is a version of LILDEX.TDD for use with POWR-DOS. If you have POWR-DISK, LILDEX.TDD. See LILDEX.DOC. NOTE: FILES ON DISKS MAY NOT HAVE NUMBERS AS FIRST CHARACTERS IN FILE NAMES.  
LOGPDD.BA 4627 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    POWR-DOS modification of the original disk log program for the PDD. The program as modified runs from the disk exclusively and offers twice the memory for file storage. Can return back to DMENU if it is in RAM. See LOGPDD.DOC  
LOGPDD.DOC 5915 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for LOGPDD.BA  
LOGPRT.BA 2171 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Companion program to the LOGPDD.BA program which is a mod for PowrDOS of the fine catalog programs by Richard Haw. This program will print the disk based DIRLST files produced by LOGPDD.BA. If you have PowrDOS these are really useful progs. Using the disk based files the programs handle double the amount of data as the original program. Requires PowrDOS  
LOOKUP.BA 3171 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    This program takes the RAM file leftover from SPLCHK.TD2 (SUSPEC.DO) and allows you lookup the suspect words against the disk dictionary files DICT-A.DO thru DICT-Z.DO and correct the words and then fix the document file. See LOOKUP.DOC  
LOOKUP.DOC 4434 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for LOOKUP.BA  
M.BA 929 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    MENU PROGRAM FOR POWER DOS(DISK) USERS. SEE M.DOC  
M.DOC 1331 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE M.BA  
M100CO.BAS 14592 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    SOURCE PROGRAM WRITTEN IN BASIC AND COMPILED WITH QUICK BASIC 4.0 FOR M100COM.EXE  
M100CO.DOC 1181 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR M100COM.EXE  
M100CO.EXE 56192 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    IBM/COMPATIBLE PROGRAM TO ALLOW AN IBM PC COMPUTER TO EMULATE A PDD DISK DRIVE.  
M100CO.THD 9505 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Messages relate to operation of M100CO.EXE, an IBM-PC program which makes the IBM compatible computers emulate TDD  
MAPTDD.100 1732 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Program uses Powr-DOS's DSKO$ to pull all the file-control information from a TDD diskette. This program is mainly useful as the basis for another.  
MAPTDD.DOC 4582 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for MAPTDD.100. Powr-DOS required POWR-D.TD2 [71266,125] 19-Jul-87 1942 POWR-DOS is a TDD1 OS which works with the TDD2 in all but its sector access mode (which is a built-in FLOPPY2 feature, anyway). But Powr-Dos cannot be booted from the TDD2. This file tells how to make it feasible to load Powr-Dos from the TDD2. An added feature is that you do not need to use your Powr-Dos distribution disk again -- once you have followed the steps here. And the same approach will work for back-up purposes with the TDD1.  
MARIAN.BA 3398 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A disk librarian program for the Tandy Model 100 and Portable Disk Drive. MARIAN maintains catalog files containing lists of files and which disks they are on, allowing creation, updating, and searching of the lists. MARIAN version 2 reads disk directories without a resident DOS, and is compatible with both FLOPPY.CO and POWR-DISK.  
MARIAN.DO 5259 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for MARIAN.BA  
MAXRAM.DVI 350 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Pokes a new MAXRAM value into the DVI operating system. Useful for protecting permanently installed machine code form being inadvertently clobbered by a CLEAR statement.  
MENU.DOC 6258 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for MENU.JR, MENU.JR2 and PDMENU.TDD  
MENU.JR 862 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Utility to simplify file transfers between M100 & TDD using Powr-Disk or Powr-DOS from Acroatix. See MENU.DOC  
MENU.JR2 1468 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    File transfer utility for use with Powr-DOS from Acroatix (WON'T work with Powr-Disk); facilitates transfers between M100 & TDD without all the frills of DMENU. See MENU.DOC  
MENUD.DOC 1456 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for MENUD.DVI  
MENUD.DVI 2172 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A menu for getting and storing DVI files in a manner similar to that of the regular M100 menu. Requires DIRECT file on disk, created by DIR.DVI.  
MENUD5.DOC 3085 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation/tips for running MENU5.DVI and DIR.DVI. Also See MENUD.DVI documentation.  
MENUD5.DVI 3367 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    This program will build a menu of files stored on a dual drive RS Disk/Video Interface (DVI). It will also run on a signle drive system. It now will provides output to CRT: (monitor or TV) and LPT: (printer). Offers practically full control of DVI without additional software. Requires DIR.DVI and SORT.LDR. See appropriate Docs  
MGRLDR.100 1067 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Menu driven loader program for DSKMGR.100 and it's two utilities. For those who don't want to bother with clearing etc.  
MGRLDR.DOC 3396 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for MGRLDR.100  
MIC001.TIP 4506 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Tips on using the Panasonic RN-109 microcassette recorder as a mass storage device. No special adapters need to be built. Just a mini-micro plug.  
MICREC.100 3768 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Used in conjunction with MICREC.WHT, to assist the Model 100 user to select and use a micro-recorder as a portable data recording device.  
MICREC.THD 2144 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Use of a micro recorder as a portable storage device  
MICREC.WHT 406 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    With MICREC.100, this file is intended to assist M100 users select and use a micro-recorder with their Model 100 as a portable storage device.  
MICREM.100 979 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    To add a remote control feature to a standard mini/micro tape recorder, all you need do is buy a sub-mini jack, and carefully follow the directions in this file. This proceedure is recommended only for those members who are handy in the fine art of soldering, and in working with their hands in small spaces.  
MICRO.UPD 2857 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    This article cancels all earlier articles, and provides update information on useing micro recorders as a storage medium for programs and files from the Model 100 (and others that normally use cassette recorders). Previous files MICRO.UPL and MICRO.100 are obsolete, and deleted.  
MLDEMO.CHP 692 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    A simple program showing how to access the Chipmunk drive from BASIC, reading and writing entire sectors using a machine language subroutine. This might be useful to someone writing backup utilities, and similar programs. Use normal precautions before experimenting (save all, remove important disks).  
MLOPSY.100 2309 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Allow the use of Disk Power, Power-Disk, and CDOS without cold starts. See MLOPSY.DOC  
MLOPSY.DOC 3819 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for MLOPSY.100 NDX1-2.DOC [75725,1134] 20-Jul-88 7552 Documentation for NDX100.TD2 and NDX200.TD2  
MM.100 2518 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    This Model 100 memory management the automates the prevention of cold starts when you switch among various ROMs and machine language programs. Besides ROM loading and unloading CALLs, it includes general housekeeping routines like the BASIC datefix and simple interfaces for the PCSG RAM banks and extRAM/XR4. Checkum = 158,840  
MM.DOC 6005 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    This Model 100 memory management the automates the prevention of cold starts when you switch among various ROMs and machine language programs. Besides ROM loading and unloading CALLs, it includes general housekeeping routines like the BASIC datefix and simple interfaces for the PCSG RAM banks and extRAM/XR4. You'll also need BANKID.100 if you have the PCSG RAM banks.  
MMDEMO.EXE 203205 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    PC-PDD is a file management program for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive (PDD). PC-PDD runs on an IBM PC and allows you to connect your PDD to your PC serial port. This is a functional demonstration version of the commercial version. Self-extracting archive. Published by MicroMime.  
MONEY.100 5313 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Money tracking program written to work a data file directly from TDD using POWR-DISK or similar Dos. Add data, total data, sort data (date is displayed in Australian DD/MM/YY format. Change to US format: Line 86: switch D$ & M$ positions. Lines 308 and 370: switch positions of entire RIGHT$() statement with entire MID$() statement. Line 358: Replace MID$ to colon with DATE$.  
N-DKTR.BA 4745 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    N-DKTR.BA: a 3500 byte, 100/102/200 compatible, file and sector maintenance utility for use with the 256K NODE DATAPAC(c). Quickly, reliably, and automatically: 'soft format' and recover data from a 'crashed' DATAPAC; recover 'KILLed' DATAPAC .DO file data; correct illegal or garbled DATAPAC file names; recover 'lost' storage sectors; and much more. NO other hardware or software needed for use. Download and read N-DKTR.DOC before use. CHEKSUM=299,183  
N-DKTR.DOC 12598 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Instructions for N-DKTR.BA: a 3500 byte, 100/102/200 compatible, file and sector maintenance utility for use with the 256K NODE DATAPAC/RAMPAC(c). Quickly, reliably, and automatically: 'soft format' and recover data from a 'crashed' DATAPAC; recover 'KILLed' DATAPAC .DO file data; correct illegal or garbled DATAPAC file names; recover 'lost' storage sectors; and much more. NO other hardware or software needed for use: formatted for 78 char/ln. (3/24/92 rev. confirms RAMPAC compatability)  
N-DKTR.TP1 2172 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Instructions for using N-DKTR.BA to correctly store RAMDSK.CO in the NODE DATAPAC sectors 1 and 2. See N-DKTR.BA and N-DKTR.DOC (both DL9) for complete program and operating instructions. (formatted for 78 char/ln)  
NDX1-2.DOC 7552 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Documentation for NDX100.TD2 and NDX200.TD2  
NDX100.TD2 2631 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Creates an index of files stored on TDD2 diskettes. This index can be printed for reference. This program works with M100/T102 and TDD2; FLOPPY must be installed. A separate sort routine is required; SORTHI.100 in Lib7 is recommended. The program's got one interesting trick: It writes a disk name on Directory 0:, and checks to see if it's there. See NDX1-2.DOC  
NDX200.TD2 2645 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Tandy 200 version of NDX100.TD2. See NDX1-2.DOC  
NODBAT.THD 2148 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Some notes on internal batteries used by the Node Datapak and what's involved in replacing them.  
NODE.BAS 5211 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    NODE.BAS automatically installs NODE.BA in your Tandy 100/102/200 in less than two minutes. This 3.3k program combines lightning speed, alphabetized directories and disk I/O with the Node DataPac/ROM (125k/256k). Checksum is 344,630 Requirements: Tandy 100/102/200 Node DataPac with the OPTION ROM Power DOS in DataPac (optional) TS-DOS in DataPac (optional) Documentation is contained in NODE.DOC if you need it  
NODE.DIR 524 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Utility program for use with the Node Datapak; run this program in your main RAM memory. It creates RAMDIR.DO file, which lists the BA and DO files in the Node Datapak.  
NODE.DOC 6893 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    NODE.DOC explains NODE.BAS which automatically installs NODE.BA, a 3.3k program that combines lightning speed, alphabatized directories and disk I/O with the Node DataPac/ROM (128k/256k). Program requirements: Tandy 100/102/200 Node DataPac with the option ROM Power DOS in DataPac (optional) TS-DOS in DataPac (optional) Join the ranks of powerful computering with your notebook. Get NODE.BA today!  
NODE01.THD 12380 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Discusses word processing approaches with the Node RAM, and some technical info required to convert some of the support programs  
NODE02.THD 8856 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Discuss a problem with losing all files in the Node unit, as well as a bit about the electonic architecture  
NODEBA.THD 1952 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    How to recover lost RAM after terminating a BA program while using a Node 256K module in a Model 100  
NODMNU.THD 4792 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Programmers' tips on running sofware from Node  
NODTIP.001 1025 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Tip file describing some of the things I've discovered about the Node 256K RAM expansion unit. PG-TIP.000 [71266,125] 13-Sep-86 4620 A TIP file for use with PG RAM memory expansion boards. It discusses bugs (and how to avoid) and compatibility. The improvements (aka bug swatting) in the soon-to-be released upgrade to the Menu utility are described. PG-TIP.001 [71266,125] 01-Nov-86 1635 Info on toggling the linefeed patch of the PG Designs MENU/0MENU utility from a Basic program. PG-TIP.002 [71266,125] 02-Nov-86 1700 Tells how to turn the PG Designs MENU/0MENU utility on and off under software control. For version 2.00 and higher only! No checksum, so I will repeat the CALL addresses here: On -- 32825; Off -- 34080  
NPL.100 8229 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM  
    Node Datapac - PDD Link Transfer files in between the two devices directly. Read documentation, NPL.DOC in DL9. Tandy 200 version is in DL10.  
NPL.DOC 5808 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Documentation for NPL.100 (DL9) and NPL.200 (DL10) Node Datapac - PDD Link Transfer files in between the two devices directly.  
PARROT.THD 4895 1/28/2020 1:14:34 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Problems with the Novation Parrot modem when used with a Model 100, due to the power available from the 100/200 RS-232 being inadequate to power the modem  
PC100A.ZIP 13750 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    PC100 allows AT-class MS-DOS computers to read, write, erase, and view directories on a TDD-1 (original 100K format) plugged into the COM1 port. Make sure you read the READ.ME file or the program may not work for you. Complete documentation included in the DOC file. Based upon TDIR, TERASE, TREAD, and TWRITE, all in one program with many additional features. Program doesn't work in an XT-class PC.  
PCANY.DOC 12680 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
     
PDD210.ZIP 26668 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Command-line-driven program for accessing Tandy Portable Disk Drive or Tandy Portable Disk Drive 2 from a PC compatible computer. (Compatible with 386 or low-end PC, or anything in between.) Nine-page user manual included, along with a comparison of features in LapDOS and PDD.EXE. Shareware $10, with free 30-day trial period. Uploaded by the author.  
PDE.EXE 8896 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Portable Drive Emulator. Emulates PDD-1 and PDD-2 on a PC. Run this program on a PC, establish a null modem link with your 100/200, and usy any disk management software to transfer files to PC. Follow on-screen instructions. Binary Program! Download directly into your PC.  
PDFDIR.TDD 946 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Run this when Acroatix POWR-DISK V100.1.1 (standard or relocated) is active in M100 to modify high memory for full screen LFILES directory (less length). Delete line 7 to save permanent copy as PDFDIR.CO. LFILES TO gives standard output less length with date at end. Works with FILREV and PDMENU but not with MENU.BA--check your programs.  
PDMENU.TDD 1847 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Menu program for M100 & TDD using Acroatix POWR-DISK. File length, RAM erase, SAVE/LOAD and FORMAT with overwrite protection added. POWR-DISK V100.1.1 - use as is POWR-DISK V100.0.0 - CHANGE Line 14 old B=A+1996 new B=A+1997 BRO MENU.DOC for instructions. BRO PDFDIR for Fast Directory POWR patch.  
PDSK01.200 6514 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This file is the starting point for POWR-DISK.200, an alternate DOS for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive, version 1 (100K) and the Tandy 200 portable computer. It also describes the conditions under which Acroatix is releasing the programs for public access through the forum. READ THIS FILE FIRST, then read or download the rest of the files needed in the recommended order.  
PDSK02.200 63809 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This file contains the complete POWR-DISK manual, edited and commented. It is 63K, and contains embedded top-of-form commands for echoing to a printer to create a complete copy of the manual. (about 30 pages) Make sure your terminal profile setting allows for REAL Form Feeds. Turn printer "skip over perforation" capability OFF. This file is also available in 7 "parts" to download to RAM and print offline, as PDSKM1.DOC - PDSKM7.DOC  
PDSK03.200 7493 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Operational modules of Power-Disk for the Tandy 200. This is all you need to get POWR-DISK working. A hex datafile of POWR-D.CO (convert with HXFER.200), and an abbreviated START.BA which loads the ML module, hooks it into the system, and deletes the image file and program. (Save 'em first!)  
PDSK04.200 3584 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is the complete START.BA program, as it appears on the release disk. It was designed to be loaded from the disk using FLOPPY.CO, and after loading, FLOPPY.CO could be killed from the menu. Should you ever need to boot the Power-Disk system from a storage disk using FLOPPY.CO, this would be the START program to use to load POWR-D.CO into high memory, activate the hooks, and make it operational.  
PDSK05.200 4547 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is a hex datafile for POWR-D.CO, the menu file which is loaded into high memory and becomes the operating DOS. Once loaded, this file is erased, so be sure to save it somewhere. Use HXFER.200 to convert it into the file which appears on the menu, and the START program from the file P-D04.200 to load and hook it into the operating system. A duplicate of the datafile in P-D03.200; needed only if you use P-D04.200.  
PDSK06.200 5744 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is the Power-Disk Menu program, whose only practical purpose is to be able to load and save .CO files/programs to and from the disk. Everything else can be done with direct commands, either in BASIC or TEXT. It uses a lot of RAM space for what it does. But if you need to save .CO files to the disk, or load them back into RAM, it's the only way provided by Acroatix  
PDSK07.200 1097 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    The program in this file runs a copy of FLOPPY.CO directly from disk, and loads a version of POWR-DISK into RAM below FLOPPY.CO so that they can both be in RAM at the same time. Program requires that a copy of FLOPPY.CO and PD-FLP.CO (PDSK09.200) be on the disk that's loaded in the disk drive.  
PDSK08.200 1996 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This program, and it's companion ML program PD-MPL.CO (PDSK10.200) is not documented in the manual and is unmentioned in subsequent newsletters. Apparently it's designed to run a specially relocated version of POWR-DISK which does not conflict with access to, or use of the built-in MSPLAN spreadsheet program.  
PDSK09.200 4782 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This file contains the hex code which is a relocated version of POWR-DISK which will load below a resident version of FLOPPY.CO. It loads at 55356. Use HXFER.200 to convert this data into PD-FLP.CO. Use the Acroatix Menu program (PDSK06.200) to save it to disk. Also save a copy of FLOPPY.CO to the disk; both files must be on the same disk in order to run the program in PDSK07.200 which does the load.  
PDSK10.200 4455 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is the hex datafile for PD-MPL.CO. Convert with HXFER.200 and save to disk. Use in conjunction with MSPLAN.BA (PDSK08.200).  
PDSK11.200 2164 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This file contains 8-bit characters; download with 8-bit or Xmodem protocol. This is a BASIC relocator that will build a relocated version of Power-Disk at whatever RAM address you choose. It requires that you have POWR.CO (PDSK15.200) (NOT POWR-D.CO) and RELO.DO (PDSK12.200) on a disk and loaded in the drive. It also assumes you already have a working version of Power-Disk operating in the computer.  
PDSK12.200 730 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Save this file to disk as RELO.DO. It iss used by RELOC.BA (PDSK11.200) in the process of relocating Power-Disk to operate at a different RAM location.  
PDSK13.200 944 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This program restores the "normal" Power-Disk program by reloading and running it from POWR-D.CO on disk. Since it access the disk, it assumes that you already have a version of the DOS loaded, presumably a relocated version at another address. So essentially, what this program does, is to kill a relocated version of Power-Disk, and reloads a "normal" version at the default address just below system maxram.  
PDSK14.200 4059 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This file contains a "Map" of the POWR-DISK machine language routines, the entry and exit conditions where needed, and other information to make direct calls into the routines possible. This information can be used to develop other ML programs that can use the routines to communicate with the TDD. For the Tandy 200 version only!  
PDSK15.200 4595 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is a hex datafile for POWR.CO, which is used by RELOC.BA in creating a relocated version of POWR-DISK. Use HXFER.200 to convert it into POWR.CO which will appear on the menu. See instructions in PDSK11.200.  
PDSKM1.DOC 9683 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 1 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual. Table of Contents, Getting Started, and using MENU.BA.  
PDSKM2.DOC 9653 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 2 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual. Includes Using MENU.BA (cont.); Doing Without MENU.BA, Access from TEXT, Access from BASIC, BASIC Command Extensions.  
PDSKM3.DOC 10985 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 3 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual. Continues with BASIC Command Extensions with examples, Side effects of certain commands, and Machine Language CALLS to POWR-DISK routines.  
PDSKM4.DOC 11487 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 4 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual. Includes CALLs to ROM routines (cont.), Error Codes List, Using other ML programs, Relocating POWR-DISK.  
PDSKM5.DOC 11432 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 5 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual. Includes more on Relocating programs, FLOPPY.CO, the disk drive itself, the disk drive operating system, and machine language files in the computer.  
PDSKM6.DOC 8480 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 6 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual discusses RAM organization in the Tandy portables, machine language usage, and how relocating files move the system pointers.  
PDSKM7.DOC 2089 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 7 of the POWER-DISK Owner's Manual. Acroatix Inc. produced at least one newsletter in May of '86. Most of it dealt with upgrades to various versions of software they sold, with some information of interest to POWR-DISK owners. Those comments are presented here.  
PDSKRD.100 7640 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Relocated version of Power-Disk for the Model 100/102, loads under RAMDSK.CO so that user will have access to both the Node RAMpac (or Node DataPac) and a TDD, simultaneously. Hex file requires HEX2CO.100 from Lib. 8 to convert into runnable .CO file. (Loading instructions in the file.  
PDSKRD.200 7358 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Relocated version of Power-Disk for the Tandy 200 and Node RAMpac, loads under RAMDSK.CO so that user will have access to both the RAMpac (or Node Datapac) and a TDD simultaneously. Hex file requires a relocated version of HXFER.200 to convert - get HXFER.REL from Lib. 10 to make HXFER.CO, which will convert this file into a runnable .CO file. (Loading instructions in the file.) PG-TIP.000 This is a TIP file for use with PG RAM memory expansion boards. It discusses bugs (and how to avoid) and compatibility. The improvements (aka bug swatting) in the soon-to-be released upgrade to the Menu utility are described. PG-TIP.001 This file gives info on toggling the linefeed patch of the PG Designs MENU/ 0MENU utility from a Basic program. Phil Wheeler -- 71266,125 PG-TIP.002 This short file tells how to turn the PG Designs MENU/0MENU utility on and off under software control. For version 2.00 and higher only! No checksum, so I will repeat the CALL addresses here: On -- 32825; Off -- 34080. Phil Wheeler -- 71266,125  
PG-TIP.000 4620 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is a TIP file for use with PG RAM memory expansion boards. It discusses bugs (and how to avoid) and compatibility. The improvements (aka bug swatting) in the soon-to-be released upgrade to the Menu utility are described.  
PG-TIP.001 1634 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This file gives info on toggling the linefeed patch of the PG Designs MENU/ 0MENU utility from a Basic program. Phil Wheeler -- 71266,125  
PG-TIP.002 1699 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This short file tells how to turn the PG Designs MENU/0MENU utility on and off under software control. For version 2.00 and higher only! No checksum, so I will repeat the CALL addresses here: On -- 32825; Off -- 34080. Phil Wheeler -- 71266,125  
PG64K.DVI 749 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This is designed to keep you from going nuts when using the D/VI with PG Designs 64K RAM module.  
PGMENU.100 1028 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Customizes the PG Design 64/128/224K RAM module's MENU.BA bank key labels. Instead of Bnk1, Bnk2, etc, you can now change them to suit your own personal needs. PLEASE NOTE: this utility is specific to MENU.BA 2.01 and will NOT work on any earlier version of MENU.BA.  
PGMUNK.TIP 3282 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    One yser's story of how he got the Chipmunk and a PG Designs RAM Bank happily married and working together, without leaving the adapter board dangling.  
PIP.100 10335 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Peripheral Interchange Program for Model 100 which allows BA, DO and CO programs/files to be transferred between RAM, CAS, DVI, CRT, LCD, LPT, COM and MDM devices. Files can be renamed or deleted. Wildcard symbols allow groups of files to be processed with one command. Provides self- reloading CAS or disk backups of RAM. Full DVI support includes switching disk Basic with date/time retention. See PIPDOC.100  
PIPDOC.100 14789 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Documentation for PIP.100  
POWR-D.ARC 56614 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    ARC'd version of the POWR-DOS manual for those who wish to download to a PC-DOS /MS-DOS compatible computer. Extract with ARCE or PKXARC available on the IBMNET forums. See POWR-D.INF for extremely important information and instructions.  
POWR-D.DOC 150574 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    The POWR-DOS manual. This file is prepared for echoing to a printer. Before doing so, it is extremely important that you read POWR-D.INF for instuctions on how to make this file format properly on your printer. If you PROFILE settings are not correct, this file will NOT echo properly!  
POWR-D.INF 7964 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    READ ME FIRST! Very important instructions that MUST be read before starting to download any of the POWR-DOS system. To browse through all of the files, use the command: BRO KEY:P-DOS at the LIB 9 prompt. This is a unique keyword and will display only the POWR-DOS system files.  
POWR-D.TD2 1942 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    POWR-DOS is a TDD1 OS which works with the TDD2 in all but its sector access mode (which is a built-in FLOPPY2 feature, anyway). But Powr-Dos cannot be booted from the TDD2. This file tells how to make it feasible to load Powr-Dos from the TDD2. An added feature is that you do not need to use your Powr-Dos distribution disk again -- once you have followed the steps here. And the same approach will work for back-up purposes with the TDD1.  
POWR.DOS 8252 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    POWR-DOS operating system program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. This file is a ASCII HEX file converted with HXFER (LIB7). POWR-D.ARC/binary [76701,40] 10-Jun-88 56614 ARC'd version of the POWR-DOS manual for those who wish to download to a PC-DOS /MS-DOS compatible computer. Extract with ARCE or PKXARC available on the IBMNET forums. POWR-D.DOC [76701,40] 10-Jun-88 150574 The POWR-DOS manual. POWR-D.INF [76701,40] 10-Jun-88(19-Jun-88) 7965 Very important instructions that MUST be read before starting to download any of the POWR-DOS system. To browse through all of the files, use the command: BRO KEY:P-DOS at the LIB 9 prompt. This is a unique keyword and will display only the POWR-DOS system files.  
PRDIR.BA 1140 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Prints a list of the directory and folders of Chipmunk disks, adds period to BA, DO and CO files. Prints all 24 files.  
PRDIR.CHI 4125 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    *HEAVILY* commented version of PRDIR.BA, prints out all fles on a Chipmunk disk, showing sub-directories (folders), etc. Includes dictionary to CDOS file structure, just the thing for bit twiddlers. Highly recommended (by author)  
PRDIR.DOC 1476 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Sample output from the PRDIR.CHI program, for reference purposes.  
PRDIR.SUP 248 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    These lines merge into PRDIR.BA, to allow output to line printer.  
PRESAV.DIR 2364 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    This program, if run before each SAVE to disk, will probably warn of an impending main directory overwrite. Used together with INSURE.DIR and INSURE.FIX, both forewarning and backup/restoration of the main directory and allocation table can be achieved.  
PRFORM.PWR 1664 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Printer support program for D-TEXT.PWR from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. PWR-01.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 8854 Part 1 of POWR-DOS manual. Heading and Index. This is the first of a series of 14 files that contain the same version of the POWR-DOS manual as POWR-D.DOC and POWR-D.ARC, but split for ease of downloading/capturing into an M100 or T200. Also, you can download specific sections as needs arise instead of doing everything at once. PWR-02.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 15503 Part 2 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 1: "Loading POWR-DOS" Includes loading instructions (if you have a distribution diskette) and the operation of TINY.PWR. PWR-03.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 12237 Part 3 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 2: "POWR-DOS Basics Includes procedures for operating the "bare bones" system without a menu. PWR-04.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 10645 Part 4 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 3: "Using DMENU.BA" (Part 1) First half of instructions for using the menu program, DMENU.PWR. PWR-05.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 8622 Part 5 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 3: "Using DMENU.BA" (Part 2) Last half of instructions for using the menu program, DMENU.PWR. PWR-06.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 13212 Part 6 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 4: "Formats and Backups" Includes instructions for using COPY-C.PWR, COPY.PWR and FORMAT.PWR. PWR-07.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 8498 Part 7 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 5: "Disk-Based TEXT" (Part 1) First half of instructions for using the application program D-TEXT.PWR and its companion program, PRFORM.PWR. PWR-08.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 8967 Part 8 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 5: "Disk-Based TEXT" (Part 2) Last half of instructions for using the application program D-TEXT.PWR and its companion program, PRFORM.PWR PWR-09.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 9258 Part 9 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 6: "Data Recovery" Includes instructions for using the application program RECOVR.PWR. PWR-10.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 11716 Part 10 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 7: "Command Descriptions" (Part 1) First half of descriptions of BASIC commands tht POWR-DOS adds or enhances. PWR-11.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 10777 Part 11 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 7: "Command Descriptions" (Part 2) Last half of descriptions of BASIC commands that POWR-DOS adds or enhances. PWR-12.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 14021 Part 12 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 8: "Programming Tips" Includes tips for programmers using POWR-DOS. PWR-13.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 5888 Part 13 of POWR-DOS manual. Appendix A: "Your Portable Disk Drive" "Entire books could be written on the subject of disk drives, but this short appendix describes only a few matters of prudence and simple curiosity." PWR-14.DOC [76701,40] 09-Jun-88 12446 Part 14 of POWR-DOS manual. Appendix B: "Reserved Memory" Includes discussions of reserved memory, HIMEM, the structure of the M100's memory and POWR-DOS's interaction thereof.  
PRINTR.ERR 2471 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Some users are surprised to find that when they press the PRINT button to get a printed copy of what's on the screen of their Model 100/102/200, that their printer suddenly goes into compressed mode. Here's one user's question about that, and several responses from forum members.  
PRTDIR.BA 1836 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Print out a hard copy "Executive Disk Directory" of files on your Tandy portable disk drive. See PRTDIR.DOC  
PRTDIR.DOC 1418 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Documentation for PRTDIR.BA  
PRTREE.CHP 4879 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Prints Chipmunk folder structure directory in a top to bottom order, with number of bytes in each file in the folder. Output to screen, printer, or RAM file.  
PWR-01.DOC 8854 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 1 of POWR-DOS manual. Heading and Index This is the first of a series of 14 files that contain the same version of the POWR-DOS manual as POWR-D.DOC and POWR-D.ARC, but split for ease of downloading/capturing into an M100 or T200. Also, you can download specific sections as needs arise instead of doing everything at once.  
PWR-02.DOC 15503 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 2 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 1: "Loading POWR-DOS" Includes loading instructions (if you have a distribution diskette) and the operation of TINY.PWR. Includes a copy of IPL.BA, the initialization program for the TDD-1.  
PWR-03.DOC 12237 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 3 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 2: "POWR-DOS Basics Includes procedures for operating the "bare bones" system without a menu.  
PWR-04.DOC 10645 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 4 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 3: "Using DMENU.BA" (Part 1) First half of instructions for using the menu program, DMENU.PWR.  
PWR-05.DOC 8622 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 5 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 3: "Using DMENU.BA" (Part 2) Last half of instructions for using the menu program, DMENU.PWR.  
PWR-06.DOC 13212 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 6 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 4: "Formats and Backups" Includes instructions for using COPY-C.PWR, COPY.PWR and FORMAT.PWR.  
PWR-07.DOC 8498 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 7 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 5: "Disk-Based TEXT" (Part 1) First half of instructions for using the application program D-TEXT.PWR and its companion program, PRFORM.PWR.  
PWR-08.DOC 8967 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 8 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 5: "Disk-Based TEXT" (Part 2) Last half of instructions for using the application program D-TEXT.PWR and its companion program, PRFORM.PWR  
PWR-09.DOC 9258 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 9 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 6: "Data Recovery" Includes instructions for using the application program RECOVR.PWR.  
PWR-10.DOC 11716 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 10 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 7: "Command Descriptions" (Part 1) First half of descriptions of BASIC commands tht POWR-DOS adds or enhances.  
PWR-11.DOC 10777 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 11 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 7: "Command Descriptions" (Part 2) Last half of descriptions of BASIC commands that POWR-DOS adds or enhances.  
PWR-12.DOC 14021 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 12 of POWR-DOS manual. Chapter 8: "Programming Tips" Includes tips for programmers using POWR-DOS.  
PWR-13.DOC 5888 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 13 of POWR-DOS manual. Appendix A: "Your Portable Disk Drive" "Entire books could be written on the subject of disk drives, but this short appendix describes only a few matters of prudence and simple curiosity. "  
PWR-14.DOC 12446 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Part 14 of POWR-DOS manual. Appendix B: "Reserved Memory" Includes discussions of reserved memory, HIMEM, the structure of the M100's memory and POWR-DOS's interaction thereof.  
PWRDOS.DOC 1141 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Documentation for PWRDOS.MNU  
PWRDOS.MNU 288 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Short, simple function key driven program with ram and disk directories (with byte sizes), loading/saving from from/to disk and killing of files in ram and on disk. See PWRDOS.DOC  
PWRDSW.100 1544 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    A simple approach to memory conflicts between POWR-DISK and ML programs suitable for most purposes.  
PWRHI.LDR 1577 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    BASIC program to create PWRHI.CO, the machine language companion for PWRMNU.100. PWRHI runs in the alternate screen buffer -- so will not conflict with other machine language programs kept above HIMEM. The main program, PWRMNU, is a full-featured menu utility for the M100 and TDD using the public domain version of POWRDOS.  
PWRHI.SRC 3978 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Commented source code for PWRHI.CO, a machine language module that retrieves and displays TDD and RAM directory information. There's some very elementary code here to access the disk drive, sort the info it returns, and to compute sizes for RAM files.  
PWRMNU.100 2346 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Fast, powerful, compact menu pgm for M100, TDD and pub domain version of POWR-DOS. Full display of RAM and Disk files, with sizes and free memory. F- keys will switch directories, re-name, kill, and transfer files, and view or print documents. Also, "tagging" allows multiple operations on multiple files -- automatically. See PWRMNU.DOC and get PWRHI.LDR, to create the no-fuss machine language file that makes it all go.  
PWRMNU.DOC 10842 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Document file for PWRMNU.100  
PWRPCH.001 726 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Patch 01 for PWRMNU.100. Asks user to confirm the KILL command. Adds about 60 bytes to program. Installation instructions are given in self-deleting remarks within the PWRPCH.001 file. In use, this patch affects the KILL command only in the "immediate mode" ( i.e., with no files tagged for the multiple-command option). If files are tagged, commands will be performed as indicated by F-key highlighting.  
PWRPCH.002 881 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    PWRMNU patch that allows "Append/Overwrite/Quit" option if the .DO file you're tranferring already exists on device you're transferring to. Installation instructions in self-deleting comment lines at start of this file.  
PWRPCH.003 2448 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Patch for PWRMNU program adds aditional features: RUN, OVERWRITE, DISK functions.  
PWRTIP.001 6193 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    For the benefit of the uninitiated, a quick description of Powr-DOS and some suggestion of why someone might want to acquire it.  
PWRTIP.002 4435 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    TINY.PWR (one of the POWR-DOS files) is a *very small* file transfer utility for the Model 100/Tandy 102 and the TDD/TDD2. IT DOES *NOT* REQUIRE POWR-DOS OR ANY OTHER OPERATING SYSTEM. If that's what you need, this is the program you need. The advantage, of course, is that nearly all of your RAM remains available for other applications. Mostly, this file contains those excerpts from the Powr-DOS manual which pertain to TINY.  
PWRTIP.003 1581 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Among the Powr-DOS files is a very capable file recovery program. This TIP describes it and tells which files to pick up.  
QWKPWR.100 1197 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    A 100/102 BASIC, cursor file select utility for operating POWR-DOS that is three times as fast as DMENU.BA and only takes up 751 bytes!, doesn't use temp RAM or files with NO file name typing! It saves and loads RAM or DISK files; erases DISK files; appends or overwrites existing DISK or RAM files; runs programs from DISK; prints a file directory and let's you preview a .DO file. See QWKPWR.DOC  
QWKPWR.DOC 6850 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Documentation for QWKPWR.100  
RAMDSK.100 4128 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Save the entire contents of RAM to the TDD for later retrieval using DSKRAM.100. An index file name is used to allow selective retrieval from the disk. See BACKUP.DOC for instructions.  
RAMDSK.TIP 3547 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Contains the Model 100 and Tandy 200 entry points for RAMDSK.CO (c) that will permit program control for the LOAD, SAVE, KILL, and NAME operations on Node Datapac files.  
RAMEXP.THD 4502 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    A notice that Tandy RSCC is now selling the PG Designs 224K RAM expansion for the M100, and discuss characteristics and compatibility of this device  
RAMPAC.001 4375 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    COLD-START WARNING! Removing a Node Rampac from the computer while the power is on can lead to a cold start in the computer, and worse, a loss of data in the Rampac! Includes some followup information from Paul Globman on a possible recovery technique when the RAMpac asks if you wish to format it.  
READ.DVI 781 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Read files from DVI disk, printing to screen, and optionally to printer. May also be used on Chipmunk.  
READER.DVI 381 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Read ascii(text) files direct to the crt with a hardcopy option. Quicker than loading into TEXT and doesn't se RAM. Line 5 is printer control, delete or change for your printer.  
READR2.DVI 557 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    A modest modification of READER.DVI. It allows you to read disk file on your CRT without loading them, thus saving RAM space. There is also a hardcopy option that allows you to print the file in it's entirety, or by pressing the "ESC" key, you may stop or start this option at will. "Menu" at the file prompt will return to the main menu.  
RECOV2.DOC 6556 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Documentation for RECOV2.TD2  
RECOV2.TD2 2697 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    Recover DO (ASCII/TEXT) files from a TDD disk (TDD1 or TDD2) using a TDD2 disk drive (only). It uses the sector access call within FLOPPY2, so you need buy no special software to use this program; just have FLOPPY on the menu. See RECOV2.DOC  
RECOV3.TD2 2661 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM  
    A streamlined version of RECOV2.TD2; see RECOV2.DOC. Interfaces with FLOPPY for the TDD2 to do *fast* recovery of ASCII (text) files from a trashed TDD2 disk. Speed is due to a machine language subroutine and automatically linking disk file sectors together. Automation has reduced the menu options from those in RECOV2.TD2/DOC and decreased chance of error. 100/102 with TDD2 and FLOPPY installed, only!  
RECOVR.CAS 1881 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Describes a method of recovering cassette files in cases where the first part of the tape may have been accidently erased, or in the event that you may have grabbed a regular audio cassette in an emergency, and forgot to advance the tape, so that the file header was "written" on the tape leader, making the tape unusable.  
RECOVR.DOC 1364 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for RECOVR.DVI  
RECOVR.DVI 673 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A file recovery program for the DVI which accesses disks at the track level, and can be used to rescue single files, or multiple files, so they can be saved to a new disk.  
RECOVR.PWR 4864 1/28/2020 1:14:35 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Disk recovery program from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette.  
RENAME.CHP 5167 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Self-contained loader program and instructions for RENAME.CO, a quick and easy one-step machine language CDOS utility program to rename disks and folders, a function which is not implemented in CDOS. (For ver 3.24)  
RENAME.DOC 3109 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for RENAME.PDS  
RENAME.PDS 1897 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Rename utility program for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive. REQUIRES Powr-DOS from Acroatix.  
REPAIR.DIR 2217 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    When the disk's main directory is damaged, the folder directories are often OK. This program finds them and constructs a new main directory, writes it over the damaged one. Non-folder entries are lost, however.  
RPNAME.BA 1382 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
RXMENU.PDS 3064 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    If you use PowrDOS with DMENU a lot, the patch at the end of this file adds a RAM file rename feature that works just like it was built in. The doc is in the front of the file and the patch is pasted to the end. You may want to use XMO on this one.  
SAD.BA 2617 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Still Another Directory program for the Chipmunk. New & improved. See SAD.DOC  
SAD.DOC 4091 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for SAD.BA  
SANTA.THD 13070 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    discusses one members "Christmas wish computer", and the subsequent discussion that most parts of it already exist.  
SARTIP.001 3500 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Tip file for the new Sardine ROM program from Traveling Software. This tip documents two bugs in the original ROM plus the use of POWR-DOS and DSKMGR to provide cold start recovery and disk access from the TEXT option of the ROM.  
SAVALL.BA 954 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Short Basic program for saving all RAM files including .CO to cassette. See SAVALL.DOC  
SAVALL.DOC 1385 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for SAVALL.BA  
SAVE.CMD 3577 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
SAVE.EME 378 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
SAVE.NOD 677 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
SCAN.DVI 130 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Allows you to enter a cluster # and get a display of the contents of the first sector of that cluster. Use it to find which clusters contain which parts of various files. Mainly intended for use before using ATFIX.DVI to repair a crashed DVI disk.  
SDCOPY.CHP 3944 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Chipmunk single-drive disk copy utility copies all active files to another formatted disk. Displays cluster numbers copied. Uses only available RAM so no files erased. New version (2.2) adds retry upon disk error and should fix possible occasional lockup.  
SEARCH.CHP 584 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Lets you see what is actually stored on your Chipmunk disk, any track or sector. Reads data sequentially from any disk, and prints it to a RAM file. Can be used to examine the directories and allocation tables on Track 0, Sectors 1-6.  
SECDOS.TDD 1337 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    SECTORUse with Powr-Dos by Acroatix. Creates a RAM file with disk directory including file lengths and START and END sectors. Of special interest to those starting to study and use DSKO$.  
SECTR0.TDD 12037 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Map of the Directory Sector (0) of the TDD disk. Also other information about how TDD manages files. This information mostly acquired with the help of the DSKO$ command in Acroatix' Powr-DOS. See DOSTIP.008 for additional discussion.  
SETFLD.CHP 2642 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Shows how to change the current CDOS folder from within BASIC. It is both the BASIC program and the documentation needed. Note: This file is specific to CDOS version 3.1, and MUST be modified to work correctly with any other version. Not for beginners.  
SPELL.CAT 3949 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
SPELL2.DOC 3251 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for SPELL2.CO. See SPELL2.HEX  
SPELL2.HEX 4829 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    SPELL2.CO is a machine language spelling checker program for the Model 100 running the TDD#2 and FLOPPY. SPELL2 will check a file in under half the time it takes for SPLCHK.BA. SPELL2.HEX is the HEX file to be converted with CHANGE.BA in the Utilities Library. See SPELL2.DOC  
SPLCHK.CHP 2780 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Takes a document file prepared by DCPREP, and checks the words against the disk dictionary files DIC-AB.DO thru DIC-YZ.DO. Chipmunk specific! Words not found in the dictionary are copied into a RAM file for later review.  
SPLCHK.DOC 1864 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for SPLCHK.TD2  
SPLCHK.TD2 1772 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Takes a document file prepared by the m/l program loaded by DCPREP and checks the words against the disk dictionary files DICT-A.DO thru DICT- Z.DO, which may be stored on a single or multiple disk as storage space requires. Words not found in the dictionary are copied into the RAM file SUSPEC.DO for later review. Read SPLCHK.DOC  
SPLIT.MR2 653 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Split long files stored in a Chipmunk disk, into shorter files which can be handled by a Model 100 that is short on RAM space. Split files must be greater than 256 characters, preferably greater than 1000 bytes.  
SRCHUP.DVI 1134 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Performs search, replace, delete, & update with Tandy 100 or 200, to DVI and Chipmunk diskette & RAM, of single words and phrases. Since program is only 612 bytes without REMs, suggest keeping SRCHUP.DVI in MENU as a reminder/tool to update your current session. It is FAST when used this way.  
STPDD.ARC 29209 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
SUPER.PD 1210 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A short "how to" file for use of Super ROM with POWR-DISK. Note that the example of use of 'CALL MAXRAM' in a program is only one way to do it. The preferred approach for PDMENU is incorporated in V06 of that program.  
SW232.THD 2258 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Topic on switching multiple peripheral devices, so as to share the single RS-232 port of the Model 100  
SWITCH.64K 1431 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Two programs for variable bank switching with PCSG's 64K and 96K RAM expansion units allow switching forward and backward - or skipping over a bank. Very short, run quickly.  
SWITCH.DSK 1656 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A utility to switch both TDD and D/VI drivers in and out with a minimum of fuss. Provision for P.G. expansion RAM. Documentation included herein.  
TD2MON.100 2855 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A sector read and modify program for the TDD2. It is based on TDDMON.100 for the TDD1, but uses resident capabilities of the TDD2 OS (aka FLOPPY) to read and write sectors. You can (for example) modify file names on a disk to load otherwise unloadable files. Or you can use the dump function to recover data from trashed disks. Or you can just explore the disk structure. See TDDMON.DOC  
TD2TIP.001 2533 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    New TDD2? Here's two valuable tips -- yes, you can use Disk Power and Power-Disk from your old TDD...with a limit of 40 files. No, you can't power both TDD2 and M100/200 from your old wall transformer without risking a crash.  
TD2TIP.003 5019 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Some of my observations about the TDD2. Backing up TDD1 disks to the TDD2 using Copy.BA. Using Splchk.BA with only one dictionary disk. And a way to load Powr-DOS from the TDD2.  
TD2TIP.004 1613 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Observations and tips on use of new Tandy Portable Disk Drive, the TD2, or PDD-2  
TD2TIP.005 714 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A breif overview of FLOPY2.CO and CALL 62297,Mode,Adr. The call is used by the basic program BACKUP.BA for the TDD2.  
TD2TIP.006 1440 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Includes a patch to modify the TDD OS for compatibility with Low-RAM resident programs such as 0MENU, SUPERA and Tony's MACRO program.  
TD2TIP.007 1508 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Discusses the use of DSKMGR.100/200 with the TDD2. Capabilities, limitations and cautionary notes are the topics.  
TD2TIP.008 1683 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    There is a fair amount of interest in TDD1-TDD2 disk compatibility. This note reports some tests, conducted with DSKMGR.REL, and repeated with two version of TS-DOS with the same results.  
TD2TIP.009 10179 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    FLOPY2 provides TDD2 users the capabiltiy to bypass the TDD file structure and access the disk directly. The most obvious applications for this capability are utility programs and database programs. This file lists all-in-one-place those things someone writing such a program will need to know. This is an advanced and fairly specialized programming tip. TDD1/Powr-DOS users/programmers should read, instead, DOSTIP.009, which covers the same matters.  
TD2TIP.015 590 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    IPL loading instructions for the TDD-2  
TDD2.THD 10755 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Discusses differences between TDD and TDD2, idintify some documentation errors, and use of "old" third-party software with the TDD2  
TDD2A.THD 5722 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Topic of the TDD2 (and even the TDD), include software (operating system) available for the TDD2, machine language conflicts, and some inconclusive problem discussions  
TDD2B.THD 10487 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Topics include: FLOPPY for TDD2 (recovery from killing menu program and calls available from Ba or CO programs), Disk Power 100 with TDD2, TDD1/TDD2 disk format difference, TS-RANDOM TDD2 compatibility, etc.  
TDD2PC.2DR 3494 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    An updated version of the original disk file copy program of the same name for the M100/102 and a 2-drive interface connected to a TDD and a PC. This version works with either Booster-Link or M100CO.EXE (in DL 9) to emulate a TDD on the PC. Could also be used with 2 TDD's. See TDD2PC.DOC and TDD2PC.ADD  
TDD2PC.ADD 4634 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Addendum to the documentation file, TDD2PC.DOC, describing the latest version of TDD2PC.2DR which supports both Booster-Link and M100CO.EXE (in DL 9) to emulate a TDD on an IBM PC or compatible.  
TDD2PC.DOC 4642 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for TDD2PC.2DR  
TDDCLN.THD 8590 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    With regard to disk drives: "To clean or not to clean, that is the question"  
TDDINF.TIP 10210 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    The TDD-2 (Tandy Portable Disk Drive - version 2) is currently the only disk drive still available for use with the Tandy line of portable computers, the Model 100/102 and Tandy 200. This is a captured message thread discussing some aspects of it's technical capabilities.  
TDDMON.100 2460 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A utility for examining and changing the contents of a TDD disk, using POWR-DOS. This is definitely an exploring and "hacking" tool. NOT a mainstream utility! See TDDMON.DOC  
TDDMON.DOC 1955 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Dcoumentation for TDDMON.100  
TDDPGM.CAT 21318 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of programs and files in this section which make use of the Tandy Portable Disk Drive.  
TDDREC.THD 3582 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Info on data recovery program for TDD TP-10.THD 06-May-88 6761 How to use Tandy TP-10 printer with the Model 100 family  
TDDTEK.CAT 15404 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of programs and files in this section which include technical or application information for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive.  
TDDTIP.002 1830 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Use 3.5K of the memory taken up by the DOS .CO file when not in use. Easy to install DOS and to remove DOS. Will not conflict with other M/Language Programs. Also will not "bomb" the computer if Drive is not turned on when DISK.BA is selected.  
TDDTIP.003 3009 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Identifies the disk controller chip in the new Tandy drive, and speculates about a new operating system which would make the drive more responsive.  
TDDTIP.005 1142 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This message and short program guide a user in changing the function menu for the new Tandy Portable Disk file manager so that the function key labels are in the expectied locations.  
TDDTIP.006 2211 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Describes how to modify FLOPPY.CO for operation with the PG Designs 64K RAM MENU utility -- and probably with SUPERA, as well. It also describes my approach to using the drive with multiple banks of RAM.  
TDDTIP.007 2721 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Discusses the use of a commercial program, FUTIL (from TMPC package) to make use of FLOPPY.CO in conjunction with other M/L programs more convenient and memory-efficient.  
TDDTIP.008 4092 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    An update to TDDTIP.008, with some added information on formatting the function key labels. It includes all the information in the prior file, and adds the program checksums.  
TDDTIP.009 1521 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A brief note on labeling and using function keys to CALL the Disk File System and MultiPlan.  
TDDTIP.010 8278 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Recovery of DVI RAM using both DVI & TDD with Model 100.  
TDDTIP.011 8221 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    TDDTIP.005 includes a short program to modify the Tandy Portable Disk Drive control program FLOPPY.CO to give a more conventional and pleasing Menu display. Ches's fine program is repeated here with the addition of code to automatically load FLOPPY into high memory and to then save the modified program as a RAM file. Ches's program name FXMENU is included in the display.  
TDDTIP.012 2862 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Short program description and listing for displaying 16 TDD file titles and lengths on the Model 100 screen instead of the usual seven. Differs from other menu approaches in being limited to the displaying of disk contents only.  
TDDTIP.013 651 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    How to boot the TDD from Ultimate ROM II, without needing to own TS-DOS. Tested with the Model 100, but should work for the Model 200.  
TDDTIP.014 1138 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    "Truth Table" defines various baud rates and test positions of the four dip switches in the bottom of the Tandy/Brother Portable Disk Drive. (TDD-1 or PDD-1)  
TDDTIP.015 1392 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Discuss why Tandy's IPL.BA code is not in the forum library, and where you can find a copy; and how to use it to load FLOPPY.CO from the TDD-1 utility disk into the computer.  
TDDUTL.CAT 17397 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of programs and files in this section which include utility type programs for the Tandy Portable Disk Drive.  
TDIR.BAS 1683 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    FOR MS-DOS COMPUTERS to display directory of disk in Tandy Portable Disk Drive 1. Requires GWBASIC or a compatible BASIC. Documentation in TREWD.DOC. Related files: TREAD.BAS, TWRITE.BAS, TERASE.BAS. Checksum = 113,248  
TDISK.COM 3968 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    TDISK.COM is a menu driven utility allows the Tandy Portable Disk Drive to be used with the STARLET in the 32K mode. It can be used to store and retrieve data and programs Note: THE LPT MUST BE SET TO 8N81N BEFORE RUNING THE PROGRAM. Only capital letters and commands are recognized. Access 1 second per 1K bytes. "\" EXITS THE PROGRAM. The program takes up 4K. (does not support B.S. carefull what you enter..) For less overhead see DLOAD.COM  
TDISK.DOC 4352 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    documentation for TDISK.COM AND DLOAD.COM TS-NF.100 [71266,125] 27-Jan-87 435 A patch to vers. 2.00 of the TS-DOS program for the M100/T102 *only *. It removes (for safety reasons) the formatting function form the resulting new version of the program (which is then named ver 2.nf). To use start with DOS100.CO on the menu and load it ('LOADM"DOS100"'). Go to the main menu and run TS-NF.BA. Save an unmodified DOS100 in case you don't like the patch (and to load for formatting).  
TELEME.102 1251 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Access the Node Datapac while on-line with the internal modem. Requires RAM100.CO.  
TELNOD.100 1374 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Access Node Datapac while on-line with the internal modem. Requires RAMDSK.CO.  
TERASE.BAS 1629 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    FOR MS-DOS COMPUTERS to erase files from Tandy Portable Disk Drive 1. Requires GWBASIC or a compatible BASIC. Documentation in TREWD.DOC. Related files: TREAD.BAS, TWRITE.BAS, TDIR.BAS. Checksum = 108,593 THD-09.CAT This file lists names and descriptions of the thread (.THD) files in THIS Library.  
THD-09.CAT 4643 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This file lists names and descriptions of the thread (.THD) files in THIS Library.  
TINY.PWR 1556 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Minature DOS from the POWR-DOS distribution diskette. TS3-NF.100 [71266,125] 02-Aug-87 491 Create a version of TS-DOS ver. 3 (for the TDD2) which cannot format disks (locks out that function key), and save it as DOS3NF.CO. If you need to format disks, load the original version. *This patch works with v. 3.00, but is not quite right for v. 3.02*  
TINYOK.THD 2546 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Why one user keeps TINY.CO permanently on the menu of his M100, even though he also has POWR-DOS installed. TINY, as this user discovered, can be much more convenient for some file management functions. TP-10.THD The TP-10 is a small Tandy printer, configured to interface with the Color Computer. This thread deals with its use with the Model 100 family -- via the RS-232 port. This short set of messages has stretched over a long period (indeed, may continue to stretch) , and the first one is missing. I imagine it was in the vein of "How can I use a TP-10 printer with my Tandy 102?". <>  
TP-10.THD 6761 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    The TP-10 is a small Tandy printer, configured to interface with the Color Computer. This thread deals with its use with the Model 100 family -- via the RS-232 port. This short set of messages has stretched over a long period (indeed, may continue to stretch) , and the first one is missing. I imagine it was in the vein of "How can I use a TP-10 printer with my Tandy 102?". <>  
TPDD.DO 6354 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A Doc on how to make a cable for the portable disk drive  
TREAD.BAS 2467 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    FOR MS-DOS COMPUTERS to read files from Tandy Portable Disk Drive 1. Requires GWBASIC or a compatible BASIC. Documentation in TREWD.DOC. Related files: TERASE.BAS, TWRITE.BAS, TDIR.BAS. Checksum = 162,248  
TREWD.DOC 7293 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for related programs TREAD.BAS, TERASE.BAS, TWRITE.BAS and TDIR.BAS. These programs are FOR MS-DOS COMPUTERS to read/write/ erase/get directory of the Tandy Portable Disk Drive 1. TS-NF.100 This is a patch to vers. 2.00/2.01 of the TS-DOS program for the M100/ T102. It removes (for safety reasons) the formatting function from theresulting new version of the program (which is then named ver 2.nf). To use start with DOS100.CO on the menu and load it ('LOADM"DOS100"'). Go to the main menu and run TS-NF.BA. Save an unmodified DOS100 in case you don't like the patch (and to load for formatting). TS3-NF.100 This is a short program which will create a version of TS-DOS ver. 3 (for the TDD2) which cannot format disks (locks out that function key), and save it as DOS3NF.CO. If you need to format disks, load the original version. ***This patch works with v. 3.00, but is not quite right for v. 3.02*** Phil Wheeler -- 71266,125  
TS-NF.100 432 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This is a patch to vers. 2.00/2.01 of the TS-DOS program for the M100/ T102. It removes (for safety reasons) the formatting function from theresulting new version of the program (which is then named ver 2.nf). To use start with DOS100.CO on the menu and load it ('LOADM"DOS100"'). Go to the main menu and run TS-NF.BA. Save an unmodified DOS100 in case you don't like the patch (and to load for formatting).  
TS3-NF.100 491 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    This is a short program which will create a version of TS-DOS ver. 3 (for the TDD2) which cannot format disks (locks out that function key), and save it as DOS3NF.CO. If you need to format disks, load the original version. ***This patch works with v. 3.00, but is not quite right for v. 3.02*** Phil Wheeler -- 71266,125  
TTX.THD 3397 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Discussion of operating the TTX Express printer from NiCads  
TWO.ROM 3063 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Two approachs to mounting TWO ROMs into one portable computer. This is both the 100 and 200 and should work with a 102 if you can find the space. Text file only.  
TWOSUN.100 4894 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Converted from a version for the 8/19/89. Shows the dynamics of a double star system. Also shows the use of the "store cursor"(ESC i) & "retrieve cursor" (ESC k) sequences available on screen 1. *REQUIRES* an 80-column monitor.  
TWRITE.BAS 3008 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    FOR MS-DOS COMPUTERS to write files to Tandy Portable Disk Drive 1. Requires GWBASIC or a compatible BASIC. Documentation in TREWD.DOC. Related files: TREAD.BAS, TERASE.BAS, TDIR.BAS. Checksum = 195,643  
TXTDMP.ASM 4677 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Assembly source code for TXTDMP.CAS  
TXTDMP.CAS 2266 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Relocatable loader for 528 bytes of M/L which loads or saves DO files in a single continuous block instead of the usual 256-byte blocks.  
TXTDMP.DOC 1291 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for TXTDMP.CO, created by TXTDMP.CAS  
UPDATE.100 1612 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Used with Powr-DOS by Acroatix, this will automatically update the backup of a file-in-progress. Frequently updating your backups while working on a complex file can save you time and effort, should your computer fail. This will run on a 100, and will likely run on a 102 and 200. Read UPDATE.DOC  
UPDATE.DOC 2792 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Instructions for UPDATE.100  
UPLCHP.CPM 1969 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Whole folders worth of Chipmunk files can be transferred, unattended, to a CP/M system under PIP.  
USCTIP.001 878 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Using UltraScreen 1.1 from a Tandy disk drive 1 or 2  
UTLDIC.CHP 4069 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Contains file utility and management programs for the Chipmunk spelling checker dictionary. Look up individual words, remove individual words, print a list of dictionary words, or count the words in the files.  
UTLDIC.TD2 4848 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    A disk dictionary utilities program specifically written for the Model 100 or Tandy 200 with the Tandy portable disk drive utilizing either POWR-DISK or TS-DOS operating systems. This program looks-up individual words, removes individual words, prints words in the files, and counts words in the files. Read UTLTD2.DOC  
UTLTD2.DOC 2520 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Documentation for UTLDIC.TD2  
VLTTIP.001 3184 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    Description of how to load and use Ultrascreen 10x60 screen driver with PG Design's Vault memory expansion and the Model 102.  
WIRELE.TXT 1029 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM  
    How to use a wireless phone with Model 100 or 200.  
WRSCTR.DVI 1535 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:37 PM  
    Describes the DOS routine to read/write sectors to the DVI, and how to use it. BE CAREFUL! There is no idiot protection, and you could easily write over the system or directory tracks.  
WSPEC.BA 393 1/28/2020 1:14:36 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:37 PM  
    Provides a means to covert PCSG's Write ROM `WSPEC' file extensions from the old `.DT' to the newer `.CT' format, or to any combination you may need to store multiple files on disk. The familiar M100 command NAME"wspec.dt"TO"wspec.cw" or NAME"ram:wspec.dt"TO"ram:wspec.cw" will not convert the old extensions, nor will the Rename feature in Chipmunk CDOS, but this program will, quickly and safely.  
XRAMBO.SRC 1766 1/28/2020 1:14:37 PM 1/28/2020 1:14:37 PM  
    XRAMBO permits you to store many of your favorite programs in the option ROM socket, which can later be run on an "as required" basis. XRAMBO allows the saving and restoration of a complete RAM environment. Requires RAMBO (RAM/ROM) by EME Systems. LIB 9 - Peripherals  




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