PC99 is a program that emulates the Texas Instruments TI-99/4A Home Computer. PC99 runs in protected mode under DOS, or in a Windows 95 DOS box, on an IBM or compatible 386 (or higher) PC. The emulation includes: the TMS9900 processor; the TMS9918A Video Display Processor (VDP); the TMS9901 Programmable Systems Interface; and the TMS9919 sound chip; all in the 99/4A console. Also emulated are: the TI RS-232 card and its TMS9902 Asynchronous Communications Controller; the TI Disk Controller and its WD-1771 FDC chip; the TI p-Code card; the TI Speech Synthesizer and its TMS5200 Voice Speech Processor chip; and the Myarc Floppy Disk Controller (FDC) and it WD-1772 chip.

With PC99 you can run TI-99/4A Command Modules and disk-based programs with few limitations.

For a more complete description as well as order information, contact CaDD directly or visit their web page:

CaDD Electronics,

45 Centerville Drive,

Salem, NH 03079-2674

603-895-0119, 603-893-1450

Web Page: http://www.cadd99.com/index.html

E-mail at: [email protected]

Command Module Order Form
Command Module Manual Order Form
View PC99 Screen Shots Go to theTI Emulator Page

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