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Translator disk for 800XL [message #78776] Sun, 02 June 2013 22:40
mitch is currently offline  mitch
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Date: Wed, 26-Dec-84 13:26:40 EST
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My uncle just got a 1050 disk drive for his 800XL.  He needs to 
find out about the translator disk.  Can someone out there 
please tell me what this is/does and where it can be found?  Is
it PD?

Thanks!!

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Bob Mitchell
UCLA Dept of Neurology
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Re: Translator disk for 800XL [message #78777 is a reply to message #78776] Sun, 02 June 2013 22:40 Go to previous message
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Date: Fri, 28-Dec-84 09:35:10 EST
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The Translator disk is not in the public domain. It is available
from most Atari software dealers. If you can't find it, let me know.
It is not expensive, it only costs $15.00.

Clancy Malloy
AT&T Bell Labs
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