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Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bjjones37 » Sun Jun 08, 2008 6:53 pm

At one time there was a series of Educational programs disks released referred to as the Arrakis series (if my memory serves). It had physics, chemistry, biology, etc. Have these disappeared or can they still be found anywhere? I noticed that they have never shown up on any menu disks that I ever found.
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bullis1 » Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:27 pm

I own one of them (geometry I think) and have the disk images somewhere. Maybe I can upload it here for you this week.

I've seen the other programs in the series for sale in some online shops before. If you're willing to pay google for them and you may find them for sale.
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby tjlazer » Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:38 pm

Yes please post them. I have the Algebra set I can upload as well.
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby tjlazer » Wed Jun 18, 2008 8:52 am

Here is the Algebra 1 and 2 series...
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Postby bullis1 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 1:01 pm

And here's the geometry disks.

Note that I think disk B has a virus (Ghost Virus?) that you should try removing before running it!
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Postby Mug UK » Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:16 pm

So long as you don't boot from Disk B, you'll be OK :)
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bullis1 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:32 pm

muguk wrote:So long as you don't boot from Disk B, you'll be OK :)


Very true. I only ever tested it as-is, and Disk B wouldn't get past the title screen. Maybe someone else will have better luck?
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bjjones37 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 4:18 pm

Just in case I would like to revisit this one. Has anyone come across the Arrakis Educational software series for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology?
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Postby AtariSince1989 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 12:28 pm

bullis1 wrote:And here's the geometry disks.

Note that I think disk B has a virus (Ghost Virus?) that you should try removing before running it!


I checked the disk B with Ultimate Virus Killer 2000 v9.0GB and it said the disk was safe. How did you find that Ghost Virus?
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bjjones37 » Sat Apr 10, 2010 2:21 pm

I found a place where I purchased the complete set NIB, so disregard this request.
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby stokowski » Sat Aug 25, 2012 2:55 pm

Hi guys,
I didn´t start a new topic, because I´m searching this arrakis educational software too. I´m interested in the volumes about biology and chemistry. I´m from europe and here there is no chance in getting this software via ebay and others.

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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bjjones37 » Sun May 19, 2013 12:56 pm

stokowski wrote:Hi guys,
I didn´t start a new topic, because I´m searching this arrakis educational software too. I´m interested in the volumes about biology and chemistry. I´m from europe and here there is no chance in getting this software via ebay and others.

Greetings,
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You should be able to order it from this site.

http://www.myatari.com
http://www.myatari.com/atarists.txt

They seem to have them in stock and should ship world-wide.
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bullis1 » Sun May 19, 2013 10:44 pm

AtariSince1989 wrote:
bullis1 wrote:And here's the geometry disks.

Note that I think disk B has a virus (Ghost Virus?) that you should try removing before running it!


I checked the disk B with Ultimate Virus Killer 2000 v9.0GB and it said the disk was safe. How did you find that Ghost Virus?

Whoa, I'm way late here and you aren't likely to see this reply (or care anymore) but the virus was detected by MAKEDISK on PC. It could have been a false positive however.
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby bjjones37 » Tue May 21, 2013 3:41 pm

Oh, come on, what's five years more or less? Just a few more grey hairs. :mrgreen:
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Re: Arrakis Educational Software - Sciences

Postby stokowski » Thu May 23, 2013 11:48 pm

Thank you for the link! :D
bjjones37 wrote:
stokowski wrote:Hi guys,
I didn´t start a new topic, because I´m searching this arrakis educational software too. I´m interested in the volumes about biology and chemistry. I´m from europe and here there is no chance in getting this software via ebay and others.

Greetings,
stokowski



You should be able to order it from this site.

http://www.myatari.com
http://www.myatari.com/atarists.txt

They seem to have them in stock and should ship world-wide.


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