MSX Info pages 15 year, website moved

MSX Info pages 15 year, website moved

by HansO on 09-09-2013, 20:20
Topic: Websites
Tags: hanso, info pages

After being moved around a bit and some down time, and then maintainer HansO selling all his hardware, people might have been worried if his huge repository of valuable information would vanish into thin air forever. Fear not. HansO has no such plans.

After having been online for fifteen years now, HansO plans on keeping it online where it is right now. And to celebrate this fact there are a few notable changes:

  • Contact form works again.
  • Archives magazines are back online.
  • Fixed CX5M link to grit's site.
  • New Info added:
  • MSX Datapack Full japanese MSX documentation and disks.
  • MSX 2 ROM no autoboot ROGO ROM made by Nyyrikki based on work by Jippie
  • MSX DOS 21. 2.2 2.3 ROMS and english + japanese disks
  • Replace a MSX turboR Diskdrive with a PC Drive. by Erik Luppes
  • Replace a Panasonic FS-A1F Diskdrive with a PC Drive by Erik Luppes
  • MSX C Japanese manuals and complete package
  • A patched extended ROM for the SVI 738 or MSX1 without clock chip and with “memory counter” instead of the original 64k also for CX5M by Uwe Neisius
  • A complete BlueMSX profile of the Yamaha CX5MII by Uwe Neisius
  • MSX Train
    MSX Train, a large but simple system for controlling a model train or any I/O you can think of. Attach it to the MSX printer port (or a printer port of a PC!), and programmable like a printer. Designed by Paul Schaerer, Pablosoft, 1994
  • Hitech DEV PAC 80
    Full documentation of this powerful CP/M and also MSX assembler package GEN80 macro assembler, debuggers ProMON, MON80 and a Full Tutorial
  • FMPAK diy by Erik Luppes

Relevant link: MSX Info Pages

Comments (3)

By mars2000you

Enlighted (6317)

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10-09-2013, 09:34

Precision : the "complete BlueMSX profile of the Yamaha CX5MII by Uwe Neisius" is actually not the original CX5MII (MSX1 without YRM502), but an CX5MII converted as MSX2 with more memory and built-in YRM502.

By HansO

Paladin (672)

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13-09-2013, 08:23

Thanks to Albert (MSXHOLDER) the service manual of the Yamaha FD03 floppy drive is available now here.

By Bastiaan

Champion (333)

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14-09-2013, 20:13

Hurray for Hanso!! Running Naked in a Field of Flowers