[Coco] Tano Dragons?
smostrom at mn.rr.com
Tue Jul 26 23:27:55 EDT 2005
John, all of my Dragon programs ( and I have over 100 originals ) are
cassettes. Almost every one is copy protected with at least a loader
program which makes copying via software difficult. My hope is that
most of these use the same loader program, and if a person knows what
this does, it might be easy to defeat it and get a non-copy protected
version. I have enough ML knowledge to break these loaders down but not
enough time to make it worth my while. I know there is a very large
number of Dragon programs available for the Dragon emulators, usually as
".cas" files. Search for Dragon emulators and you'll get hundreds of
software selections. Copying these to disk for your real Dragon may
require some special software.
-- Steve --
John Chasteen wrote:
>I have 2 Dragon D64 with a disk controller but no dragon programs.
>Is there any way you can help me
>From: coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com [mailto:coco-bounces at maltedmedia.com] On
>Behalf Of Steve Ostrom
>Sent: Monday, July 25, 2005 9:34 PM
>To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts
>Subject: Re: [Coco] Tano Dragons?
>Jim, have you been able to covert Dragon software to work with the
>Coco? I have a Dragon 64 that I have never fired up, and a lot of
>Dragon software that I'd love to be able to convert for use on my Coco
>-- Steve --
>Jim Cox wrote:
>>I'm trying to remember who I may have sold some Dragon 64's to a few
>>years back. If you are one of those people, drop me a line and let me
>>know how they are working out. I just rediscovered my own Dragon that
>>had gone missing in a storage area.
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