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DSKPro 1.6 and Multi Cartridge 1.1

by snout on 09-03-2005, 20:10
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Marcos Daniel has released a new version of DSKPro, which now comes in English. This new release also incorporates a new font and some optimizations.

Marcos Daniel has once again updated two of his tools, the versatile Disk image tool DSKPro and the EPROM Bits Reorganizer.

DSKPro 2.2, Multi Cartridge 1.4

by snout on 15-03-2005, 21:52
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Once again, Marcos Daniel releases a new version of his sector to .DSK, .DSK to sector conversion tool DSKPro. This new version fixes a bug in the (Brazilian disk interface only) CDX-2 mode was fixed and support for drive letters A to H was added.

DSKPro 3.0

by snout on 23-03-2005, 16:50
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Marcos Daniel released a new version of his disk image tool DSKPro. The following things have changed in this version:

  • User can now change foreground and background color
  • A nice window effect shows the memory found
  • Added a small help option
  • Fixed a minor bug

DskTool added to downloads

by snout on 01-11-2010, 11:21
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

One of the new members of MRC, tcruise has released an updated version of Ricardo Bittencourt's DskTool, fixing a memory leak and converting the tool to used the 32bit Windows API.

DTC Paradise diskmagazines on MSXposse

by snout on 19-10-2003, 14:19
Topic: Software

The webmasters of MSX Posse have added the three MSX Paradise diskmagazines to their downloads database. In this downloads database you can also find wallpapers and other MSX related products.

This weekend the annual MSX fair in Jaú, Brazil will be held. During the fair, SLotman of MSX Files will release a new MSX game based on the 1980's TV show Dungeons and Dragons.

Jelle Jelsma has given us permission to add another Dutch diskmagazine to our ever growing freeware downloads database. The magazine is named 'DISK' which stands for 'De Idiootste Software Krant'.

A week ago, sd_snatcher released the TurboFix patch for Salamander. But the very high CPU-requirements of the game raised a lot of questions in the days that followed. When sd_snatcher was explaining why the requirements were so high, he came up with an idea to solve the problem.

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