Want to send some disks to a good home

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Re: Want to send some disks to a good home

Hi, I've sent you a PM.

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Re: Want to send some disks to a good home

I'd be willing to take the disks off your hands. And if they are easily transferable via ADTPro I'll upload them to several websites so they are available to the community. I've made use of SST to transfer a few programs, such as MicroLeague Baseball's Owner/GM disk and the Statistics disk to my Mac. I need to uplaod them to Asimove nad other sites yet.

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Re: Want to send some disks to a good home

If you have a large storage device like a CFFA you don't need to use ADTPro as you can make the images write on the large storage device and save a lot of hassle. There's a new program that I wrote called A2Command that was written with disk archival strongly in mind.

http://a2command.codeplex.com

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Re: Want to send some disks to a good home

I'd be willing to take the disks off your hands. And if they are easily transferable via ADTPro I'll upload them to several websites so they are available to the community. I've made use of SST to transfer a few programs, such as MicroLeague Baseball's Owner/GM disk and the Statistics disk to my Mac. I need to uplaod them to Asimove nad other sites yet.

Dean

Hi there. I have been searching high and low for a way to play MicroLeague Baseball using the GM and stats compiler disks. I have them all and can play them using a C64 emulator, but I remember the Apple II version being much better and more efficient. I recently found the game to download plus an emulator but I have struck out on the GM and Stats disks. Do you have any way for me to acquire these?

The catch is that I am not a MAC owner. However I might be willing to acquire one in order to play MicroLeague.

Thanks in advance.

Dan

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Re: Want to send some disks to a good home

BobRetro's disks will appear in Mac GUI Vault later this month.

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