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Date: 2000-07 atari800xl.org comp.sys.atari.8bit
Brand New Atari Jaguar Items for Sale/Trade  
 
1.  Jim Lazarenko  
 More options Jul 1 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: alt.atari-jaguar, alt.games.video.classic, comp.sys.atari.8bit, comp.sys.atari.st, rec.games.video.atari, rec.games.video.classic
From: "Jim Lazarenko" <j@NOSPAM.telusplanet.net> -
Date: 2000/07/01
Subject: Brand New Atari Jaguar Items for Sale/Trade
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To respond to this message, please use the enclosed link rather than your
reply button

- Last Updated 07/01/00
- Sold items removed

I have a limited amount of brand new Atari Jaguar items for sale or trade.
These packages are ideal for new collector's or somebody wanting to start or
add to their Atari collection.  If you have any questions, please feel free
to ask.  I am also willing to trade for certain items, please see my list at
the end of this post.  All prices quoted are in U.S. funds with the buyer
paying shipping.

If you are interested in any of these items, please respond to me by using
this automated link
j@NOSPAM.telusplanet.net?subject=Classics.Atari.Jaguar (removing the
NOSPAM first).  Or email me if you would like a current listing of items I
have for other systems (Atari 2600/5200/7800/Jaguar, Colecovision,
Intellivision, Classic Computers (Vic 20/C64/ADAM/Atari), Vectrex,
Microvision, or Handheld games) sent to you, (please specify system).

** Atari Jaguar Packages - Brand New (with controller, RF Box & AC
adapter)**
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-.Atari Jaguar with CyberMorph cartridge and Composite Video Cable $45
- Atari Jaguar with CyberMorph cartridge $35
- Atari Jaguar (No Cart) $25

** Atari Jaguar Accessories - New**
====================================================================
- Jaguar unit alone (No power supply, controller or accessories) $20
- Team Tap (4 Player adapter) $30
- Composite Video Cable $15
- Spare Controller $15
- AC Power Supply $15
- RF Switch Box $10

** Atari Jaguar Games - New/Shrink-wrapped**
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- Checkered Flag $10
- CyberMorph $5 (No Box)

**Atari Force Comics** Please make an offer
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All are in Mint Condition
- Issue #2 - February 84
- Issue #3 - March 84
- Issue #11 - November 84

**Trades**
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I am also willing to trade for/towards rare or sealed titles for...
- Intellivision, Colecovision, Vectrex or various Atari systems
- Shrink-wrapped Intellivision NHL Hockey or PGA Golf
- Shrink-wrapped or mint SEARS Telegames for the Intellivision
- Shrink-wrapped or mint DigiPlay games for the Intellivision
- Shrink-wrapped or mint Intellivision Tutankhman, Super Cobra or Popeye
- Intellivision Congo Bongo, Draughts, Triple Challenge and Fathom
- Rarer Mattel and Coleco Handhelds (a list is available upon request).
- A complete brown variation of the Intellivision ECS
- A World Book Tutorvision (Intellivision III Clone)
- A complete Atari Jaguar CD Unit or Jaguar Accessories
- Atari Jaguar Games (Most titles)
- A working Vectrex controller
- A working 6000 series Dish Network receiver
- Working DSS H or HU Cards
- And of course the ever popular, original Intellivision keyboard
- Atari Force Comics Issue #1 (January 1984), Issues 4 thru 7, and  Issues
12 thru 20


 
Atari Dealer  
 
1.  RHamiIton5  
 More options Jul 2 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: rhamiit@aol.comedy.com (RHamiIton5) -
Date: 2000/07/02
Subject: Re: Atari Dealer
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>"Richard Kilpatrick (PC)" rich@lovecraft.demon.co.uk asked:
>Is a CX85 styled to match an XE, or XL? The picture on your site is
>still in the box!

The only CX85's I have seen were styled to match the original 400/800/810
series; mine does.

-Ron

I don't have a solution but I admire the problem.


 
CDROM Player and BlackBox, works great  
 
1.  Thomas Drake  
 More options Jul 3 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: Thomas Drake <tadr@earthlink.net> -
Date: 2000/07/03
Subject: Re: CDROM Player and BlackBox, works great
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Mathy,

I have a Black Box.

Are you saying that you can control an Audio CD from your Atari 8-bit via a
Black box?

Where do I get the program do that?

This sounds way too cool!

As far as reading data...

My understanding is that it would take an Atari DOS or SpartaDOS or MyDOS
modification to recognize 1024 byte sectors vice the maximum of 512K with the
Black Box??

Tom

Mathy Van Nisselroy wrote:
> Howdy folks

> I found me a cheap (DM5 or approx. US$2.50) Plextor 12 speed SCSI CD-ROM
> player. works great.  I can't read data yet, but Matthias Belitz wrote a nice
> little "audio CD control" file for the BlackBox.

> I'm happy!!!

> CU                      Mathy van Nisselroy

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Needing help with an Atari 1040ST pc??  
 
1.  Lizard :: aIDs  
 More options Jul 4 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: l@idz.pl (Lizard :: aIDs) -
Date: 2000/07/04
Subject: Re: Needing help with an Atari 1040ST pc??
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On 4 Jul 2000 13:47:43 -, "CJ"  wrote:

> I have just recently acquired an Atari 1040ST pc and I am in need of
some
> advise.  First of all, does the system require an OS or DOS 3 1/2 disk in
> order to boot the system.  Currently if I power on the system then it checks
> the disk drive for an disk and displays a white screen on the monitor. If I
> am in need of a boot disk, where might I obtain a boot disk for an old Atari
> 1040ST?
> Are there any kind of system tests that I may perform on the system?

> Thank you for your help, I really appreciate any advise or assistance.

Theoretically you needn't any disk. After turning on the ST you should
see its desktop (green screen with two disk icons and thrash icon).
Theoretically, becouse it seems there is a bug in its OS which cause
that you have to have any DD formatted disk in the drive (may be empty).

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\*/____@idz.pl____\*/__liz@viper.pl__\*/____@go2.pl____\*/
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eBay: 1983 and 1984 ANTICs  
 
1.  Brian Sturk  
 More options Jul 5 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: "Brian Sturk" <bst@nh.ultranet.com> -
Date: 2000/07/05
Subject: eBay: 1983 and 1984 ANTICs
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Wanted: Atari xf551 Disk Drives! Buy or Trade!  
 
1.  Benjamin Smith  
 More options Jul 6 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: bensm@user2.teleport.com (Benjamin Smith) -
Date: 2000/07/06
Subject: Wanted: Atari xf551 Disk Drives! Buy or Trade!
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For faster service, Please direct all replies through E-Mail to Ben at:
a@benjamin.net or bensm@teleport.com instead of NewsGroups as I
find it hard to keep up with NewsGroups.

I'm looking for 2 Atari xf551 5.25 Floppy Drives for an upgrade
project. I'm willing to Buy or Trade, but I prefer to trade. Reasonable
trades considered. To look at what I have, goto my WebPage @

<h3><a href="">Click for WebSite!</a></h3>

Or, if you have what I'm looking for and want to sell, E-Mail me@

<h3>e-mail: <a href="mailto:a@benjamin.net">a@benjamin.net</a><br>

Please Direct all Replies Through E-Mail to: a@benjamin.net or
bensm@teleport.com. If you can't reach me at benjamin.net see my
E-Mail/Web info in my Signature at the Bottom!
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Catalogs Requested by & Received Through E-Mail at bensm@teleport.com or a@benjamin.net Specify 8 Bit, ST &/or Jaguar!


 
Welcome to comp.sys.atari.8bit!  
 
1.  Kenneth Gene Kish  
 More options Jul 7 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: Kenneth Gene Kish <k@snet.net> -
Date: 2000/07/07
Subject: Re: Welcome to comp.sys.atari.8bit!
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Which computer to use for a robot.  
 
1.  Steve  
 More options Jul 8 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.robotics.misc, comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: Steve <rste@armory.com> -
Date: 2000/07/08
Subject: Re: Which computer to use for a robot.
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Slick wrote:

> My little girl wants to build a robot, and the idea intrigued me. I am
> wondering what computer to use. I have an old Acer Aspire 75MHZ
> machine that WAS about to go in the trash. But I grew up with an
> Atari. I know nothing about the PC. I know a little Visual Basic and
> thats it. I know my way around the Atari a little better and feel like
> I would have a little better luck with it. The things I can see that
> the Acer would benifit me on is speed, RAM and harddrive compared to
> the Atari. Which do you all recommend? Also, if Atari, should I go
> with 2 joystick port or 4? I do like the idea of a 130XE with 4 megs
> of ram, but would giving that up for 4 ports be worth it? And what
> about the expansion slot? Any and all input wanted and appreciated.

> -Chuck

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Build BOTH robots! Both are good machines for this, the Atari because of
the joyports, and I can tell you how to access the joyports and stick
ports if you need, or the parallel and game port on a PC. Both offer
about the same basic I/O, so do whatever you like. Write me if you want.
-Steve
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A couple of BASIC questions.  
 
1.  pb  
 More options Jul 9 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: "pb" <p@quentincrisp.com> -
Date: 2000/07/09
Subject: A couple of BASIC questions.
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I just rescued an 800xl and a 1200xl from a nasty little thrift store...
The 800 appears to work fine: can anyone point me in the direction of any
online guides to Atari Basic, I vaguely remember Apple II syntax from high
school. The 1200 lacks a power supply: can I get something from radio shack
(if so what), or is this an incredibly rare item I'll have to find on eBay?
Thanx, Patrick.

 
Looking for Caverns of Mars and Mars Mission II  
 
1.  Foster L. Putman  
 More options Jul 10 2000, 4:00 pm
Newsgroups: comp.sys.atari.8bit
From: "Foster L. Putman" <fangm@bellsouth.net> -
Date: 2000/07/10
Subject: Re: [HELP] Looking for Caverns of Mars and Mars Mission II
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Try this URL...

flp


 

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