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Jul 3, 2022 LeapFrog
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This is the firmware from the Leap Frog Touch & Learn Nature ABC Board, dumped from the 25VQ016 chip. 
Topic: firmware
Community Software
Jul 2, 2022 Second Nature Software, Bob Eggleton
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This is a screen saver from the Second Nature screensaver collection. It's also a slideshow, to automatically cycle your windows 3.1 background. This is Collection #2480: Event Horizons, featuring the art of Bob Eggleton.  I've also extracted the images into PNG files, so you can access them without screenshotting the program. 
Topics: windows 3.1, screensaver, slideshow
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Jul 1, 2022 Windmill Software
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This is a fixed reupload of  msdos_Moon_Bugs_1983  to try to fix the CGA corruption issue and the game speed. Use F1 as the fire key. 
Topics: msdos, games, cga, pc booter
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Jun 8, 2022 OnMicro
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The HunterSun HD6620D / OnMicro Corporation OM6620 is a bluetooth low-energy (BLE) SoC solution. It's found its way into a lot of devices, from extremely cheap smartwatches to bluetooth-module clones of equivalent things available from Nordic Semiconductor.  Datasheets are hard to find. So here's one I found that fell off a truck.
Topics: datasheet, bluetooth, ble
Community Software
May 29, 2022 Kroy
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This is the ROM chip of a Kroy 190 Label Maker printer. It contains Z80 code for the microprocessor, on an SEEQ DQ27128-15 EPROM. 
Topics: kroy, eprom, rom
Community Software
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The Toshiba Satellite 225cds and Satellite Pro 440 (and probably others) laptops use a Yamaha OPL3-SAx chip for sound, but: 1. Windows 95 doesn't have a built-in driver for this chip 2. The driver that does exist has a bastard installer that creates a floppy disk.  You can't simply extract the files, it demands you write a floppy disk. So I did that and then imaged the disk. The zip file contains all the files that are included on the disk, and can be installed using the procedure in the...
Topics: toshiba, windows 95, win95, driver
Installation and Driver CD-ROMs
May 14, 2022 Nokia Corporation
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This is the disc that came with a Nokia 9210 Communicator cell phone from 2001. It's listed as having "Software and guides for the Nokia 9210 Communicator and PC"
Topics: nokia, driver disc, cell phone
CD-ROM Images
May 7, 2022 Microsoft
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This is the Japanese release of Microsoft 3D Movie Maker, from 1995. 
Topics: 3dmm, 3d movie maker, windows 95
CD-ROM Images
May 7, 2022 Microsoft
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This is the Spanish version of Microsoft 3D Movie Maker, from 1995.
Topics: 3dmm, 3D Movie Maker, windows 95
CD-ROM Images
May 7, 2022 Microsoft
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This is the French version of Microsoft 3D Movie Maker, released in 1995. 
Topics: 3dmm, microsoft 3d movie maker, windows 95
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May 5, 2022 Argonaut Software Limited
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This is the source code to version 1.1.2 of the BRender engine by Argonaut Software/Argonaut Games, from approximately 1995/09/07. This is intended as a basic release to let others build on, and more info on how to build and use this code will be added later. See also  the release of a 1997 version of the BRender engine  and  version v1.3.2 . Source of this code This code was used (with minor modifications) to build the game Privateer 2: The Darkening by Electronic Arts. No Privater 2 code...
Topics: BRender, 3d engine, open source, DOS
Community Software
May 3, 2022 Argonaut Software Limited
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This is the source code to an unknown version of the BRender engine by Argonaut Software/Argonaut Games, from aproximately August 1997. (except for cpuid.asm. That file is from 1998, apparently) This is intended as a basic release to let others build on, and more info on how to build and use this code will be added later. This version had been modified to work better with the game it was intended for, and we don't have the original unmodified version of this code. There's plenty of preprocessor...
Topics: BRender, 3d engine, open source, DOS
Community Software
May 3, 2022 Argonaut Software Limited
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This is the source code to version 1.3.2 of the BRender engine by Argonaut Software/Argonaut Games, from aproximately 1998/11/17. This is intended as a basic release to let others build on, and more info on how to build and use this code will be added later. This was given to Foone Turing by a programmer who wishes to remain anonymous, based on a game project that had licensed BRender for use. Approval to open source this was given in an email from Jez San, former CEO of Argonaut. This is...
Topics: BRender, 3D engine, open source, DOS
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Apr 15, 2022 Windmill Sofware
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This is a fixed version of the Windmill Software game Digger. The existing version on the archive loads up in the wrong CGA palette mode. To fix this, I patched in a palette-setting function into the existing video-mode change function. The bytes at offset 0x32C were changed from: 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 B8 04 00 CD 10 90 90 to: B8 04 00 CD 10 B4 0B BB 00 01 CD 10 31 DB CD 10 31 C0 This appears to be the correct palette based on gameplay footage on youtube.  I made a twitter thread...
Topics: dos games, CGA
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Apr 15, 2022 Windmill Software
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This is the 1983 game Digger by Windmill Software. The existing version on the internet archive has been patched to work on VGA cards, which causes it to display with the wrong palette. This is an earlier version without that patch, and with DOSBox configured to run in CGA-only mode. 
Topics: dos games, dos, cga
Community Images
Mar 16, 2022 Microsoft
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This is an extraction of all the backgrounds selectable in Microsoft 3D Movie Maker, Nickelodeon 3D Movie Maker, and the Doraemon Character Kit.  Note that these are the original Nick3DMM backgrounds, not the slightly modified ones used in the Nickelodeon Expansion to 3D Movie Maker.
Topics: 3dmm, 3d movie maker, nickelodeon 3d movie maker, doraemon
Community Software
Feb 23, 2022 Phar Lap Software, Inc.
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This is disk images of the three disks of the Phar Lap Software 386|Dos-Extender Software Development Kit, version 4.1, a tool for building 32bit DOS programs.  These disks were found at an estate sale. 
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Topics: floppies, dos, sdk, phar lap, dos extender
Community Video
Feb 1, 2022 KTVU
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This is a tape of commercials that played during the September 27th, 1990 airing of The Simpsons, at 8pm on KTVU (FOX). It was dated using the other recordings on this tape, and the following show (Babes) Ads: The Simpsons is brought to you by Diet coke Diet Coke Little Ceasars America's Most Wanted 50th anniversary release of Disney's Fantasia Vanish Drop-ins Tylenol Listermint Mouthwash In Living Color Married with Children Emporium weekend sale 1990 Toyota Celica Sprite Aspirin Free Excedrin...
Topics: vhs, fox, ktvu
Community Video
Feb 1, 2022 KGO-TV
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These are commercial breaks from the September 26th, 1990 airing of The Wonder Years (8pm-8:30pm), on KGO-TV, an ABC affiliate. It was dated due to the commercial advertising that "Cop Rock" would premiere later that night. Ads: Pillsbury Doughboy 25th anniversary Plymouth  & Dodge cars Caramello 1991 Ford Escort Energizer batteries IBM PS/1 Energizer batteries Red Lobster Cop Rock Premiere Buick Regal Sedan Uncle Ben's Country Inn Anacin painkillers This is your brain on drugs...
Topics: vhs, commercials, abc
Community Video
Feb 1, 2022 KPIX-TV
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This is VHS tape of the commercial breaks during (and after) the September 26th, 1990 10pm airing of the "Mike Wallace, Then and Now".  Advertisements: Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue United Airlines US Sprint Tegrin Medicated Shampoo  Dentu-Creme Top Cops Evening Shade Bagdad Cafe Uncle Buck Chrysler Safety Kellogg Bran Flakes The Flash (1990 TV show) Coins in the Fountain  Preview for tonight's KPIX Nightcast news Dannon yogurt Preview for tonight's KPIX Nightcast news White...
Topics: vhs, commercials, cbs, kpix
Community Video
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This is a VHS tape labeled "IBM AD/Cycle Languages and Micro Focus COBOL Technical Update" Tape number GV40-0805-00
Topics: vhs, cobol, ad/cycle
Community Video
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This is a tape from IBM's "Application Development Business Partner Video Series", labeled "Digitalk" This is part of their AD/cycle software development strategy. Table of contents from the tape label: Introduction - 1:10-4:10 Corporate Overview - 4:10-7:17 Demonstration - 7:17 - 42:24 Closing - 42:24-44:00 Tape GV31-3615-00
Topics: VHS, ibm, digitalk
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 Sun Microsystems
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This is a VHS tape labeled "OPEN LOOK: The Case is Clear: A business discussion by major ISVs." The inside of the case says: "This video features ISVs describing t5heir decision to port to OPEN LOOK (TM) and Open Windows (TM). Featured participants are: * Paul Robichaux, CEO, Frame Technology. * Daniel Remer, Pres., Island Graphics * Greg Lazar, Mktg. Dir., Lotus Dev. Corp. * Marc Ramsey, Software Eng., Autodesk * Bob Weiler, COO, Interleaf * Jeff Bork, Mktg.VP. INFORMIX For more...
Topics: vhs, sun, open look
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Jan 31, 2022 Apple
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This is a VHS tape labeled "In Business With Macintosh: How Macintosh® computers can help you improve the way you do business". It's tape P0123LL/A. A scan of the front & back of the case is included as "case.jpg"
Topics: vhs, macintosh
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 NeXT
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This is a VHS tape labeled "The Middle of the Road is the Most Dangerous Path: Choosing Technology for a Competitive Advantage", from NeXT Computer. It's tape #1M5049, and shows some stories of companies who switched to NeXT computers. 
Topics: vhs, NeXT
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 NeXT
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This is a VHS tape labeled "NeXTSTEP Release 3: A Demonstration With Steve Jobs" Description: " Presenting NeXTSTEP™: The industry's first and only true object-oriented environment. Workspace & Applications Steve Jobs will show you the elegant graphical world of NeXTSTEP, where applications work together seamlessly — to help people do the same. Networking & Connectivity See how NeXTSTEP connects instantly and effortlessly to mixed computer environments, letting you...
Topics: vhs, NeXT, NeXTSTEP, Steve Jobs
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 Hewlett-Packard
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This is a tape labeled "The HP NewWave Environment: The Software Developers' Opportunity" Description: "This video is intended to provide software developers with a basic understanding of the capabilities of the HP NewWave environment and present the benefits of developing NewWave applications." It's from the HP-TV Network, Tape S-1071, from 1989. 
Topics: NewWave, HP, VHS
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 NewTek
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This is a VHS labeled "REVOLUTION: A demonstration of the Video Toaster" This is an updated edition which includes some post-credits segments showing off features included in the 2.0 version of the Video Toaster software
Topics: video toaster, vhs, amiga
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 IBM
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This is a VHS tape labeled "Ralph W. Clark: The New Education Company (Internal Use Only)" It's about IBM starting up a new company for education. (I believe this company was eventually called Skill Dynamics)
Topics: vhs, ibm
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Jan 31, 2022 NeXT Computer
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This is a VHS tape labeled "The Fourth Paradigm in Computing: Custom Application Development in the NeXTSTEP Object-Oriented Environment" Tape #1M5051
Topics: vhs, NeXT, steve jobs
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Jan 31, 2022 Silicon Graphics
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This is a tape of CASEVision, the SiliconGraphics IDE. Back of the box: "CASEVision™ is the only integrated software development environment that helps you manage complex development problems through visualization and advanced technology." The tape mainly focuses on the CASEVision IDE, but the first 5 minutes are also a Silicon Graphics demo reel, showing off assorted renders made on their systems. 
Topics: vhs, casevision, silicon graphics
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 Analog Design Tools
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This is a VHS tape labeled "Analog Design Tools: The Analog Workbench". It's an advertisement for The Analog Workbench software, designed for circuit designers creating analog systems.  The tape is undated, but Analog Design Tools was founded in 1983 and were acquired by Valid Logic Systems in 1989. 
Topics: vhs, circuit design, advertisement
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 IBM Corporation
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This is a VHS tape labeled "C.J. Lewis - Introduction"  It seems to be the first of a series from IBM talking about the AD/cycle strategy for application development. It's undated but there's a mention of 1992, in a way that suggests this was filmed in 1991-1992.
Topics: VHS, IBM, AD/Cycle
Community Video
Jan 31, 2022 IBM Corporation
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This is a VHS tape labeled "The Unity of Science, Engineering, and Supercomputers" It seems it's a presentation demoing some IBM projects on chemical/physics simulations.  The first few pages give the following credits: Dr. Enrico Clementi, IBM Corp, Dept. 48B, Kingston NY Animation produced by: William L. Luken Robert E. Bacon and  William F. Beausoleil Narrated by Steve Cole © Copyright IBM Corp., 1986 This project has benefitted from the cooperation provided by Nicholas J. King...
Topics: vhs, ibm, physics, chemistry
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Jan 30, 2022 Sun Microsystems
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This is a VHS tape labeled "Sun Video: OpenWindows (TM) Developer's Guide" The label inside the box says: "This tool is a user interface prototyper that makes the development of applications to the OPEN LOOK graphical user interface quick and easy. This video demonstrates how the prototyper can be used by an application developer. The audience for this video is: * Developers * User interface designers" Product number: ME444-1
Topics: vhs, open look
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Jan 29, 2022 IBM
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This is tape labeled "Application Development Business Partner Video Series: IBM Executive Overview", with the serial number GV31-3641-00.  Hosted by Lisa Tebbe, Director of Application Development, this video talks about IBM's work in integrating the full pipeline of software development toole, called AD/Cycle. 
Topics: VHS, IBM
Community Video
Jan 29, 2022
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This is a VHS tape labeled "G.A. Bonadies: Camelot Demo" It's a Rapid Application Development platform, much like Visual Basic. I haven't been able to find much information about Camelot outside of this video, but given that it was in with a pile of IBM tapes, it's being demoed on IBM OS/2 2.0, and a Gregory A. Bonadies worked at IBM from 1989-2009, I suspect it was an internal IBM project that either never made it to market or "Camelot" was just a codename and it got...
Topics: VHS, camelot, programming
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Jan 29, 2022 IBM
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This is a VHS tape labeled "OS/2 2.0 & Windows 3.1 Performance Comparison". It was filmed at the PC Expo in New York, on June 24th, 1992.  This video was produced by IBM and focuses on comparing the multi-tasking performance of the two operating systems. 
Topics: IBM, OS/2, Windows 3.1, VHS
Community Video
Jan 29, 2022 IBM
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This is a VHS tape labeled "IBM PS/2 Wizard Adapter, (Version 1)" It's an advertisement for the Wizard Adapter, a co-processor device for IBM computers. It added an Intel i860 coprocessor and separate RAM banks, allowing for some tasks to be offloaded from the main CPU onto the separate RISC CPU. 
Topics: vhs, ibm, ps/2 wizard adapter
Community Video
Jan 29, 2022 HAL PC
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The HAL-PC General Meeting Shootout: IBM OS/2 vs Microsoft Windows NT. This is a VHS tape where Doug Davis from Microsoft and David Barnes from IBM demonstrate Windows NT and OS/2 to an audience of 1,300 HAL-PC (Houston Area League of PC users), arguing for each operating system's different merits.  The introduction is by Dwight Silverman of the Houston Chronicle, and after the presentation John Behrman, VP Programs for HALPC polls the audience.
Topics: OS/2, windows NT, VHS
Community Video
Jan 29, 2022 Intel
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This is a video from Intel advertising their Professional Workstation computer, an odd EISA-based 486 computer.  I got the VHS tape without the case, so I have no further information.
Topics: intel, computer advertising, vhs
Community Video
Jan 28, 2022 Software Publishers Association
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This is a VHS tape by the Software Publishers Association (SPA) talking about piracy.  From the back of the VHS tape: "There are some business risks worth taking. Software piracy isn't one of them" Most people who copy software illegally don't think about the fact that they're breaking the law. Companies that would never engage in unethical or fraudulent business practices put themselves at risk every time they copy a piece of software. And, while many people still think nobody cares...
Topics: vhs, anti-piracy, spa, software publishers association, psa, public service announcement
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
Jan 15, 2022 Argonaut Technologies Limited
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This is the technical reference manual from  the BRender 1.2 SDK . The original was in FrameMaker/FrameReader format, so this has been converted to a PDF. Some fonts were not available, so there are minor text glitches. 
Topics: BRender, Documentation
Community Texts
Jan 15, 2022 Argonaut Technologies Limited
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This is the tutorial document from  the BRender 1.2 SDK . The original was in FrameMaker/FrameReader format, so this has been converted to a PDF. Some fonts were not available, so there are minor text glitches. 
Topics: brender, documentation, development, dos
Community Texts
Jan 15, 2022 Argonaut Technologies Limited
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This is the install guide from the BRender 1.2 SDK . The original was in FrameMaker/FrameReader format, so this has been converted to a PDF. Some fonts were not available, so there are minor text glitches. 
Topics: BRender, documentation
Community Software
Jan 15, 2022 Argonaut Technologies Limited
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This is the "BRender Non-Commercial Evaluation Kit", Version 1.2, CD Version 1.0, from March 1996. It appears to be the version that was released as warez on April 30th, 1996, by the "BOB - Bunch of Buttmunches" group.  BRender is a software 3D engine, as used in games like Argonaut's Croc: Legend of the Gobbos, Stainless Games' Carmageddon, and Microsoft's 3D Movie Maker.  This was extracted from the original .ARJ files and uploaded as a zip, for ease of use.  This SDK...
Topics: SDK, brender, dos, development
Software Clearance Bin
Oct 11, 2021 Willow Pond
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This is a copy of Willow Pond's all-in-one media player Media Rack. This software was frequently licensed by OEMs and shipped under other names, but this is the generic un-personalized version. This software runs on both 16-bit Windows and 32bit windows. Willow Pond released this software for free sometime around 1998, when they discontinued it in favor of their follow-up WillowMEDIA. This is the last version of the Media Rack software that I know of, aside from an update to 2.20.2.28 which...
Topics: windows 95, windows 3.1, media software
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
Sep 7, 2021 Brøderbund
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This is all of the clip art images from Print Shop Deluxe 2.0.4 for Windows. They were extracted using the built-in Exporter tool for .WMF and .AI (Adobe Illustrator) formats. All the WMF images were then converted to PNG using a modified version of ImageMagick with WMF antialiasing disabled, provided by @endrift . The clipart.py file contains a python script to do some basic parsing of the PSG files (containing clipart) used by Print Shop Deluxe 2.0.4 for windows. Run it in a directory full of...
Topics: windows 3.1, clipart
Community Audio
Aug 28, 2021 Assorted
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This is the collection of the music loaded into the MIDI player for my 3-hour "windows 95 is crashing" stream. Not all of these got a chance to play, but they're included here for completeness. These were mostly collected from bitmidi or the 130,000 midi pack.
Topics: midi, windows 95, music
Community Software
Aug 17, 2021 Panasonic
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This is the firmware of a Panasonic DMR-EZ485V VCR. It was dumped from the Spansion FL032AIF flash chip, and is connected to a Magnum DM8635-CHZ CPU.  boot_loader.sparc was extracted using binwalk -e, and is a 32bit sparc binary, with base address 0x12a05000. extracted_cons_filesystem.sparc is a 32bit sparc binary and the base VxWorks filesystem, as extracted using code from @ubuntor on twitter . The base address is 0x10005000
Topics: vcr, firmware
Community Software
Aug 9, 2021 Kim Kokkonen
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A group of TSR utilities for DOS. Included tools are:   MARK     marks a position in memory above which TSR's can be            released.   RELEASE  removes TSR's from memory.   FMARK    performs the same function as MARK but uses less memory.   MARKNET  like MARK, but saves a more complete picture of system            status.   RELNET   removes TSR's marked with MARKNET.   WATCH    a TSR itself, it keeps records of other TSR's.   DISABLE  disables or reactivates...
Topics: tsr, dos, utilities
Community Images
Jul 19, 2021 Foone Turing
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This is a copy of the win_icons twitter bot 's source files.  At the time of upload, that's 5460 windows 3.x icons, harvested from various sources (named in the filenames when possible). My only real restriction on collecting images for this bot was to keep it from sources either from before the release of Windows 95 (August 24th, 1995) or from later programs that have system requirements saying they run on windows 3.x.  They've all been converted to PNG files (keeping track of the original...
Topics: icons, windows icons, ico
Software Library: Screensavers
Jun 3, 2021 Enesco
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This is the flash file out of the  Cherished Teddies screensaver , extracted from the EXE file, so it can play in-browser. 
Topic: cherished teddies
Floppy Disks of Software
Jun 3, 2021 Enesco
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A screensaver for the Cherished Teddies line of toys, specifically the "Terry the Computer Bear" toy.  This was included with the figurine and mouse pad.  Requirements:  Windows 95, Windows for Workgroups 3.1.1, or Windows NT 3.1 or Later, a 486 or vaster, and an 8-bit (256 color) VGA graphics card or better.  To use on 64bit windows:  The installer is 16bit, so it won't run on 64bit windows. The screensaver is 32bit, so it will work fine if you manually install it.  Copy the...
Topics: screensaver, cherished teddies, floppy image
Software Clearance Bin
May 31, 2021 Bondwell International
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The BIOS dumped from a Bondwell International B210/B200 Laptop. Dumped from a TI TMS27c128 EPROM
Topics: laptop bios, bios, firmware
Community Texts
May 17, 2021 Citizen
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This is the dump of a Citizen/CBM iDP 3210 Thermal Printer, from the ST 27C512 EPROM on the main board.
Topics: firmware, printer, rom
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
May 10, 2021 Jordan Hargraphix Software
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This is the demo program for the SvgaBGI project, a collection of drivers which extend Borland C/C++/Pascal's BGI interface to work on SVGA cards. Uploaded here to let people see it first hand, since many of the effects absolutely ruin video compression. Options 0/1/6/7/8 should work, at least at 320x240. I tried to get S3 to work by setting the machine to s3, but it still glitches.  Files from https://github.com/jharg93/SvgaBGI commit a082d7e3987d9634a00b50c61d69dddcd721422b
Topics: dos, vga, vga demo
Community Software
Apr 28, 2021 Nortel Networks
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This is the hard drive image from a Nortel Networks Contivity Extranet Switch 1500, a PC-based VPN appliance. It's running a version of VxWorks. 
Topics: nortel networks, hard drive image
Community Video
Feb 19, 2021 Digital Pictures
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These are all the videos from the 1992 Sega CD game "Power Factory Featuring C+C Music Factory".  The game uses SGA files for the movies, which were converted with the open source SCAT tool (version 2017-09-11), then reencoded losslessly using FFMPEG to use FFV1 and FLAC. 
Topics: fmv, sega cd
The Minecraft Deep Storage
Feb 15, 2021 DE4Dkiller616_MC
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An autohotkey script for generating "random" Minecraft books using Kanji/Han characters, as part of an exploit to overload a chunk. It's from this The Spiffing Brit video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nQzLlTOY2g Archived because the original was hosted on a 1-click-hoster which may go down. 
Topics: minecraft, autohotkey
Software Clearance Bin
Jan 20, 2021 TP-Link
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This is the firmware from a TP-link TL-SG105E 5-port gigabit switch. Mine broke so I dumped the flash chip. A sticker on the bottom of the PCB identifies the code as the TL-SG105E(UN) Version 4.0.  The flash chip itself is a 25Q16CSIG 2 megabyte SPI flash chip. I dumped it using a generic MiniPRO TL866II+ eeprom programmer and an adapter.  The processor for the switch is a Realtek RTL8367, a dedicated router chip. It has an embedded 8051 chip, so the contents of this flash includes a lot...
Topics: firmware, flash chip
Software Clearance Bin
Jan 11, 2021 Datatron
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This is the character ROM from a Datatron 5370 Character Generator. The chip is a 2048-byte AM2716DC, dumped with a TL866II-Plus. 
Topics: eprom, character generator, firmware dump
Software Clearance Bin
Jan 6, 2021 Modular Circuit Technology
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This is the software for the MCT E(E)PROM PROGRAMMER V1.0, for MS-DOS.  The disk was imaged on an FC5025 disk controller.
Topics: eeprom programmer, software, msdos
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Dec 26, 2020 Foone Turing
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A DOS-based animated Christmas Card for 2017. WARNING: Sound starts after about 5 seconds, it's loud. PC Speaker has no volume control!  Source is available on GitHub: https://github.com/foone/xmas2017/tree/xmas2020
Topics: christmas, dos
The VHS Vault
Dec 11, 2020 Diamond Entertainment Corp.
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This is a VHS tape called "Everything You Need To Know About... Introduction to the Internet" It's apparently "95021" in the series. 
Topics: vhs, educational, internet
The Flash Emulation Repair Shop
Dec 1, 2020 Foone Turing
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REAW is a Shoot-em-up game in the style of Galaga / Galaxian . The main gimmick of the game is that it's supposed to be a badly-done translation of a 1980s Japanese game. Because of this the game is filled with silly grammatically-incorrect and badly-spelled text. The game has a gameplay statistics page and multiple cheat codes. The graphics are drawn by me or from the xgalaga project. The game is released under the GPL ( source here ). Instructions Click "Instructor/Tale" for help...
Topics: flash, game, flash game, flash_repair_shop
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
Nov 27, 2020 Display Research Library
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The Multimedia Research RamGrab/AT is a video capture device from Display Research Library, 1991-1992. It's a 16-bit ISA card for capturing still frames or short clips from NTSC/PAL video sources. This is a scan of the manual, box, floppy disk, and card. The disk was heavily damaged and wasn't recoverable.  This was acquired from the estate of Chuck Colby in a water-damaged & moldy condition.
Topics: manual, video capture, isa card
Community Audio
Oct 30, 2020 Joel Osteen
audio

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This is an encrypted Joel Osteen Daily Inspiration from the Joel Osteen Inspiration Cube. It's provided for decryption research.
Topics: encrypted, mp3
Community Audio
Sep 21, 2020 Larry Jamerson, The People's Poet
audio

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This is the album "The Civil Rights Blues: A Tribute to Muhammed Ali" by Larry Jamerson, The People's Poet. This was given to me by a friend without an account, who got it from Larry Jamerson himself, who gave permission to have it posted here.
Topic: album
CD-ROM Software Library
Sep 10, 2020 E-Tech for Kids
software

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This is the disc that came with the E-Tech for Kids keyboard. It contains the games (for win3.1 and win95) that are supposed to work with the device, apparently the serial port edition.  Titled "First Steps in the Computer World"
Topics: keyboard drivers, kiddie keyboard, games
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
Sep 6, 2020 Foone Turing
movies

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This is a set of 5 videos playing in a Equate Digital Pregnancy Tester. The videos are Bad Apple, Doom E1M1, Rickroll, Skyrim, and the "Stickbugged" meme. I've swapped out the original LCD of an Equate Digital Pregnancy Tester for an OLED so I can show whatever I want (well, whatever monochrome stuff I want... I haven't found an RGB OLED in that size yet), and it's being powered by a microcontroller hooked up to a PC. So it's not really running ON the pregnancy tester, it's really...
Topics: pregnancy test, hacking
Software Clearance Bin
Aug 10, 2020 Key Tronic Corporation
software

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This is a dump of the firmware of a Key Tronic E03435 XT/AT switchable keyboard.  The back of the case says it's part number 33636, and model number e03435XTAT, FCC ID CIC8AVE03435. The main PCB is labeled 35625-1.  The microcontroller used is an unknown DIP-40 Signetics chip, labeled 30609-1 2282Q0F 8809KJ. It's an 8051 clone of some sort  It was dumped using a TL866II Plus EEPROM dumper. 
Topics: keyboard firmware, 8051
Software Clearance Bin
Jul 23, 2020 Packard Bell
software

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This is a dump of the BIOS chip off a Packard Bell 486 motherboard. I don't know what Packard Bell desktop model the motherboard is out of, but the motherboard is labeled "3DD17831+ 180180F" and "PY4307-03 YWP-C". The chip itself was labeled: 080332 2EC5 U25 SYS V1.01.18E VGA V10.05.03H The chip is a Texas Instruments TMS27C010A 128 kilobyte EPROM, and it was dumped using a TL866 universal programmer. The chip itself contains some copyright info: Copyright 1987-92 Headland...
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Topics: x86, firmware, bios, rom dump
Software Clearance Bin
Jul 17, 2020 KORG, Passport Designs
software

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This is the software for the Korg Audio Gallery  AG-101 Multimedia Music System Wavetable Synth, Windows edition. This includes: Passport Trax™ KORG MIDI Driver KORG SMF converter Passport MIDI Player™ Passport QuickTunes™
Topics: midi, korg, windows 3.1
Software Clearance Bin
Jun 13, 2020 Alpha Software
software

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This is an early database management program, made more famous by the Alpha Four follow-up.  Alpha Three seems to have been much more rare, and primarily sold to companies. This is a retail copy, but I know from my childhood that there was a version made for General Electric. This version is Alpha Three 1.0, according to the title screen.   This version came on five 5.25" double density (360k) floppy disks, although you could mail in for a 3.5" version. I've imaged the 5.25"...
Topics: database software, msdos
Software Clearance Bin
Mar 5, 2020 Corona Data Systems
software

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This is the System BIOS and (presumed) video character ROM for the  Corona Data Systems PPC400, a luggable IBM PC compatible from 1984. The main system rom is a 16 kilobyte HN4827128G-25. I had to dump it as an HN27128G-25, but after ignoring the ID mismatch, it seems to have copied fine. The two 100078 chips are 4 kilobyte MBM2732A EPROMs.  The second one, -004, had a lot of trouble dumping. I had to repeatedly dump it and after about 20 tries, I had 5 different variants. I can't interpret...
Topic: firmware
Software Clearance Bin
Feb 29, 2020 Diamond Multimedia
software

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This is a dump of 3 Diamond Stealth PCI card firmwares. A 1995 Diamond Stealth 3D 2000, V2.03. (ST M27C256B-12FI), FCC ID: FTUPC1765TV A 1995 Diamond Stealth64 Video 2001 Series, V1.06 (ST M27C256B-12FI), FCC ID: FTUPCI765TV A 1994 Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM, V2.09 (Atmel AT27C256R-12PC) FCC ID: FTUPCI7642M
Topic: firmware
Firmware and System ROMs
Feb 27, 2020 Datel
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This is the EPROM from a Datel Action Replay PC board, dumped by Lord_Nightmare. The chip itself is marked with a "4", and the software identifies itself as being version 1.3. There's some kind of credits embedded in the firmware at offset 0x4F64, which says: Action Replay v1.3 (c) 1993 DATEL Programmer ............................ Simon P.Constable Project Manager ......................... Wayne H.Beckett Design ................................... Mike J.Connors...
Topics: firmware, action replay pc
Software Clearance Bin
Feb 18, 2020 PC Dynamics
software

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This is a Windows 3.x program which includes over 25 wallpapers and sounds, featuring Dinosaurs.  This version was downloaded from the MIRAGE BBS sometime after January 23rd, 1994. The "FILES" subdirectory contains the files the installer creates, for ease of use.  Introduction from the README.TXT: The default wallpapers that come with Windows are history. Paleozoic history. Dinosaur Desktops transports prehistoric giants that live in the imagination of children and mysteries of...
Topics: windows 3.1, windows 3.0, dinosaur, wallpapers
Manuals: Contributions Inbox
Feb 4, 2020 Matthew Mastracci
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This is the file djgppasm.doc, originally hosted at: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~mmastrac/djgppasm.doc It's a guide to combining assembly files with DJGPP-compiled C/C++ source. This is still linked from the DJGPP manual here , but the link has been dead for something like 22 years and since it was redirected in weird and confusing ways, the wayback machine never got it. So I found a copy in an archive of NASM files , and duplicated it here to make it easier to find.  Note: The original filename...
Topics: dos programming, djgpp
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Feb 1, 2020 Farm Works
software

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Stake Your Acres by Farm Works, a game version of their professional farm management software. Designed for Windows 3.1, compatible with Win9x.  This is an emulatorized version of the disk images , which were installed on Windows 3.1 and then the resulting folder was saved out, without running the game. 
Topics: farming, games, windows 3.1
Community Software
Jan 31, 2020 Farm Works
software

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Disk images for the game Stake Your Acres by Farm Works, a game version of their professional farm management software. Designed for Windows 3.1, compatible with Win9x. 
Topics: farming, games
CD-ROM Software Library
Jan 22, 2020 MySoftware
software

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A collection of holiday clipart from MySoftware. Includes a browser for the images for Win95/98.  
Topics: holiday, clipart
Photo and Clip Art CD-ROMs
Jan 19, 2020 Media Graphics International, Inc
image

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A compilation of over 1500 religious images in WMF, PCX, and CGM file formats
Topics: clip art, religious
Community Software
Dec 16, 2019
software

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This is a rom dump of the Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego handheld by Basic Fun, plus an eeprom dump.  The rom was dumped using flashrom and a raspi. The chip that was dumped was labeled:   MD AJ1918 MD25Q64CSIG   U8P102 and was identified as a GigaDevice flash chip GD25Q64(B), 8192kB. The eeprom was labeled:   ATHYC808 24C08N SU27 D And was dumped using i2cdump, then converted to binary.  The eeprom was not clean: it had a savegame on it named "Foone" which had beaten the...
Topics: rom dump, where in the world is carmen sandiego
Firmware and System ROMs
Oct 31, 2019 ABB
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This is the firmware out of an ABB IH510EN keyboard. The chip itself is labeled "4911014-RLZ", and is an ST M27C1001-15FI 128 kilobyte EPROM. This contains the code for the main CPU, a MC68HC11D0FN, an 8-bit Motorola microcontroller.  It was dumped using a TL866II Plus programmer.  The 1995 in the date is a guess based on the date codes of the assorted chips in the keyboard. 
Topics: keyboard, firmware, eprom
Firmware and System ROMs
Oct 13, 2019 Copy Pro Inc
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This is two firmware dumps out of a CopyPro 2000 disk duplicators. The first is CopyPro 1995 3b, a dump of the M27C256B-12FI 32kilobyte UV EPROM used in the system. The ROM itself says "COPYPRO V3.1" The second is CopyPro 1994 3a, from a AM27C512-1200DD 64kilobyte UV EPROM, which says "COPYPRO V3.0" in the binary. The main CPU used on this system is believed to be (based on disassembly of other machines) to be a TMP95C061F, a Toshiba Microcontroller in the TLCS-900...
Topic: firmware
Software Clearance Bin
Sep 10, 2019 Software Workshop
software

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"Hand-Crafted Add-ons For Windows 3.0" A collection of 101 icons. 
Topic: icons
Software Clearance Bin
software

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This is a "Music Screener", a sort of promotional screensaver for a music video, for windows 3.1. It provides a screensaver and some small games for a 30 second clip of the "Hey Now (Girls Just Want To Have Fun)" video by Cyndi Lauper. 
Topics: windows 3.1, music screener, cyndi lauper
CD-ROM Software Library
Aug 24, 2019 Affiliated Software Distributors
software

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A collection of legal forms from 1993, with a MS-DOS based menu to let you access them. Really just a collection of plain TXT files. Hundreds of legal forms that are legally valid in all states, including * The Complete Book of Small Business Legal Forms * The Complete Book of Corporate Legal Forms * The Desktop Publishers Legal Handbook
Topics: legal forms, dos
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Aug 17, 2019 Softprime, Inc
software

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Santa Saves Christmas is another Christmas game from Softprime.  Thanks to Shadow Hog for sending me the files from their image! 
Topics: dos, xmas, game
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Jul 18, 2019 Europress Software Ltd
software

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A collection of educational minigames for kids under 5.  Description on the back of the box: Fun School 4 This program contains six thought-provoking programs designed to educate your children in a wide variety of skills. Colorful graphics and realistic sounds combine with amusing on-screen rewards to make learning a fun experience. It provides a sound grounding in many of the core fields which children will face at school. Includes: Addition, Teddy Paint, Fun Train, Teddy's House, Teddy's...
Topics: dos games, educational
CD-ROM Software Library
Jul 13, 2019 Punch Software
software

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Some shovelware 3D architecture software from Punch Software. No info on the case, but the disc says "For Windows 95/98/NT" The about screen in the software say it's version 3.5.1
Topics: windows 95, software
Community Data
Jul 3, 2019
data

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Floppy Disks of Software
Jun 23, 2019 Psygnosis, Prima
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This is a disk image of the included 3.5" floppy disk for the Prima Lemmings Official Companion.  It includes a demo version of Lemmings with 16 exclusive levels. It's also been uploaded to play directly on the archive: https://archive.org/details/prima_lemmings_levels
Topics: dos, games, dos games, lemmings
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
Jun 23, 2019 Psygnosis, Prima Publishing
software

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This is a demo disk of Lemmings that came with Lemmings: The Official Companion by Mark Tsai & A.J. Aranyosi (ISBN: 1559581883) It features a 16 level demo of Lemmings, with special Prima-exclusive levels created by Psygnosis.  I've uploaded the raw disk image here:  https://archive.org/details/LemmingsCompanionDisk Note: This includes a batch file that automatically selects mode 1 (VGA) and speed 1 (IBM Compatible/Tandy). This seems to be the best emulated choice, but if you want try...
Topics: dos, dos games, lemmings
Software Clearance Bin
Jun 16, 2019 DeskTop Software & American Dream Publishing
software

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American Dream Screen Saver is a Windows 3.1/DOS (though it supposedly works on Win95) screensaver, featuring 16(or 19) photos of swimsuit models from the American Dream Calendar.  It includes software to display them, but the images themselves are encoded in an unusual TIFF subformat. I've extracted the raw images to JPEGs in the images/ subfolder.  The program also had the weird quirk where only 16 of the pictures are available at the start, and you have to register it with the company to...
Topics: windows 3.1, screensaver, American Dream, dos
Commodore 64 Miscellaneous Contributions
Jun 12, 2019 Commodore International
software

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This is just the C64 emulator with no ROM or disk loaded. 
Topic: c64
Shareware CD-ROMs
Jun 9, 2019 24 Karat
software

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A collection of 10 shareware discs from 24 Karat Software, complete with a Windows 3.1 GUI designed by Digital Impact, Inc. The 10 discs are: Action & Adventure Games Business Casino, Card & Board Games Children & Education Desktop Tools & Personal Organizers Graphics & Desktop Publishing Money & Personal Finance Multimedia: Sight, Sounds & Animation Publisher's Picks Utilities for Windows Note that all these files would have nicely fit on one disc, they only spread...
Topics: shareware, dos, windows 3.1
Shareware CD-ROMs
May 8, 2019 Data Express Inc
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A collection of shareware software, in "BBS ready" form.  Shareware Studio Volume VII, from Data Express Inc.
Topics: shareware, dos, windows 3.1