Please Introduce yourself...

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Re: Please Introduce yourself...

Post by Dave » 08 Oct 2019 23:28

Hi Steve,

Of course, for the really authentic experience, you should really get that MTX out - the PSU is unlikely to be faulty.

Failing that, just install a copy of Andy’s great MTX emulator

http://www.nyangau.org/memu/memu.htm

It includes a copy of Fathoms Deep and

You could also use the MTX assembler and write some Z80 code too

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Dave

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Re: Please Introduce yourself...

Post by 1024MAK » 27 Oct 2019 21:08

Hello GozdniJezek.

Welcome to our forum :D

Have fun, and if you have any questions, please do feel free to ask...

Mark

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Re: Please Introduce yourself...

Post by 1024MAK » 27 Oct 2019 23:31

Hello Steve :D

Welcome to our forum :D

Have fun, and if you have any questions, please do feel free to ask...
SteveTrinder wrote:
08 Oct 2019 23:13
I do still have the MTX. It's in the loft, no doubt full of dust and cobwebs. The power supply would probably have had it too. But one day I'll get it down.
The MTX PSU is just a transformer and switch, so assuming it was good before being stored, and that the storage conditions were okay, I don’t see there being a problem with it.

The MTX computer, obviously will take a bit more effort, as there is more space for spiders and dust to collect.

The sooner you get it down and give it a clean, the sooner you can be up and running. There are new games to play and new hardware to use to help you play them 8-)

Mark

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