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Latest Updates

New Files In Download Database
I've added many new files to the download database, mostly to the 'documents' and 'manuals' sections.

I also uploaded three new disk images that contain BASIC and XB programs. All are copies of 5.25" disks from my collection.

If you want to locate the new files, just browse the above mentioned sections and look for the files with the lowest download counts.
Posted on Feb 08 2011 by RichP
New Link Database
A new link database has been installed. You can view it at:

Please add any TI-99 related links that are missing!
Posted on Feb 03 2011 by RichP
New Message Boards
Due to the amount of spam bots that were registering on the old message board (100's+ per day), I've installed newer software that will offer better protection from them.

The new boards are located at:

Please visit them and register (no authorization required from me like the old board)

For purposes of reference, you can still view the old board at

The original message boards can also be viewed at
Posted on Jan 22 2011 by RichP
TI-99/4 User Reference Guide & TI Logo Manual Uploaded
These manuals and a few other new documents are now available in the download database in PDF format.

The TI-99/4 (NOT 4A) and TI Logo manuals can be found in the manuals section of the database.
Posted on Oct 19 2010 by RichP
New Document In Download Database
In addition to a couple of other recent additions, I've scanned in a booklet that I had and uploaded it to the download database. It's short BASIC tutorial booklet provided by TI as part of their Computer Advantage Club program.

Basic Programming For Adults
Posted on Jan 02 2010 by RichP
TI Chips User Group Web Pages
The Cleveland TI Chips User Group is no longer in existence, but the web pages of the former group are being hosted here on
Posted on Nov 06 2009 by RichP
Version 3.009 Of Win994a Released
The latest version of Win994a written by Cory Burr has been released. Win994a is a TI-99/4A simulator which runs on Windows.

More information, screen shots, and a link to download it from the download database can be found on the Win994a Page.
Posted on Jul 06 2009 by RichP
TI-99 Wiki & New Files
The TI-99/4A and Geneve Wiki is up and running! It is intended to be a sort of 'encyclopedia' that visitors and add to and edit.

I recently obtained some new TI manuals and documents. I'll be scanning them and adding them to the download database as soon as I can. I've already added some to the 'documents' section of the database.
Posted on Mar 15 2007 by RichP
Win994a Version 3.008 Released
Cory Burr has released version 3.008 of his simulator for Windows.  There have been numerous updates including revisions of the disk manager and assembler applications. There is also a new document included that describes the technical aspects of developing code for Win994a.

A list of updates and the download link can be found on the Win994a Page
Posted on Dec 27 2006 by RichP
Emulating The TI-99/4A On The GP2X Handheld
The GP2X is an open source handheld game machine. In addition to games, it also handles music, photos, and video. It runs on Linux, so people have ported a number of emulators over to it. This guy has ported over MESS supporting the TI-99/4A (along with Odyssey2, Tandy, Atari 7800...). I've just ordered my very own GP2X, so I hope to be running the 4A on it soon!
GP2X Parsec GP2X Wumpus
Posted on Dec 27 2006 by RichP

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