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Old 12 February 2003, 22:30   #1
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First post!

Blimey. I've just returned to Amiga emulation after what seems like a hundred years break. How things have changed since 1997.

Anyway, I'm still baffled by TOSEC and how its distributed (just got a decent newsreader so fingers crossed... ;-)

Point of this post is to ask nicely if any of you kind gentlemen happened to catch any of the TOSEC "Amiga - Demos - Music" files from 0.01? Dunno if they've even been distributed yet..?

Reason being, there's a music disk in there that I made in 1990 (terribly lame) and haven't seen again since. Would love to get my hands on that, but apparently I'm too lame to find it by myself (after spending 3 hours trying...)

It's "Audio Access - Music Demonstration Disk - 1990".

Could anyone, er, "zone" it for me please?
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Old 12 February 2003, 22:39   #2
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Edit: Just wanted to say this. Can't help you further, but I'm sure some of the vault keepers here will be able to.
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Old 14 February 2003, 10:38   #3
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it's on the Zone (DMS file, works fine with winuae)
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Old 14 February 2003, 11:34   #4
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Old 14 February 2003, 14:20   #5
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Incredible. The things you do when you're 16, eh? I genuinely haven't seen that disk since 1991 and it was barely what you could call "spread" (except to software companies who mostly used it as a blank disk, the basts).

_SoLO_, thanks a lot. You've made an old man very happy.

Guys, appreciate your comments, I'm not one to wade into forums shouting for "Rom's" but still, I'm off to see what else of mine is out there. Out there somewhere. Somewhere far away.
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Old 04 February 2010, 00:40   #8
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Thanks for belated welcome.

Now I feel really, really old.

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well - very belated welcome Mark
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Old 04 February 2010, 04:02   #13
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Well done Kitty, you've made me laugh today, at least you got a reply from Mark
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Nice one Kitty,

maybe its a good thing that he wasn't called Matt oh its good to see a mistake that wasn't made by me for a change (still loving the Minimig by the way)
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hehehehhehe more amaizing and nice to see is Mark Wright is still a Junior Member
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Old 04 February 2010, 21:26   #19
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Hey, I'm enjoying my 15 minutes of fame here... thanks Kitty!

Yes, I originally registered here back in the distant early noughties, thinking I could help out and answer obscure questions from time to time. However, once I started mooching around the existing threads I soon realised there was some serious specialist knowledge being shared already, and I didn't have so much to contribute after all.

There are very, very, very few questions that go unanswered around here. We should all be very proud to be members of such an invaluable resource.

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Welcome Mark! Sorry that I am 17 years late in welcoming you and you are of course much older now.
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