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Any need for these old tools?

Postby Marakatti » Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:29 pm

I finally got time to transfer my 5.25" ST-floppies to hard disk. So, lots of little tools, mostly packers, crackers, copiers.... A few Pulse menus and one or two disk mags... Is there anything that is not saved yet?

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Acopy 1.1A // The Magician // -
Acopy 1.2B // The Magician // -
Acopy 1.2J // Eurosystems // 1988
Acopy 1.3F // - // -
Adrenaline Ripper 1.01 // DR Computer // 1993
Adrenaline Ripper 1.04 // DR Computer // 1993
Adrenaline Ripper 1.05 // DR Computer // 1993
Adrenaline Ripper 1.09 // - // 1993-1994
AndyLoad 3.7 // - // -
Atomik 3.3 // Altair // 15.4.1991
Atomik 3.5 // Altair // 27.1.1992
Atomik 3.6 // Altair // 23.2.1993
Automation Compacter 2.31 // LSD // 1989
Automation Compacter 2.51 // LSD // 1990 //
Automation Compacter 5.01 // EGB/AXE // -
Bootblock // Fingerbobs // 1990
Branch Always Packer // Branch Always // Jan 19 1990
Breakup // - // -
Bytekiller 2.0r // JPM // 1989
CopySTar 3.0 // Rohde, Peter // 1988
Crackin' Muzex // Fashion // -
Crackin' Muzex 2 // Fashion // -
Crown of Creation Compacter 2.4 // LSD // 1989
David Whittaker Ripper 1.1 // Alien // 1988
DBA Issue 9  // DBA // -
DBE Tracker demo // Sector One // 1995
DC Squish 1.0 // DC // 1989
Death Universal Ripper 1.0 // Death // -
Digi Sound Demo Oxygen discov. // Rol // -
Disco Disk Constr Set // Apeltauer, R. //
Disk Magician 1.2. // Tadsen, Scott // 1992 //
Duplicator 1.2 // Offbeat // 1.2.1991
E-Backup 1.52 -regged by Jabba- // Weiss, Robert // 11.2.1995
Equinox Soundtracker 2.4 // Equinox // Aug 1990
Esion XLII Prerelease 1.0 // Oygard, Karl // 29.1.1991 //
Hacker's Handbook -331k txt- // Cornwall, Hugo // 1985
Happy Packer Output file ed 1.5 // MUG U.K. // Mar 1989
Ivory Dragon Compactor // Vermillion Pawn // -
JAM Packer 1.1 // Knipe, A.& T. // -
JAM Packer 3.0 Prerelease 1.1 // Knipe, A.& T. // 1991 //
JAM Packer 4.0 // Knipe, A.& T. // 1991 //
JAM Packer Shell 1.4 // Knipe, A.& T. // -
Jek Packer 1.2d // Jek, Sharaz // Jan 18 1989
Jek Packer 2.1 -modif by Axe- // Jek, Sharaz // 12.12.1989
LAPD Disk Magazine #2 // LAPD // -
Master Copy // Radermachen, A. // 1987
Medway Boys Packer -pre rel 0.3 // Trojan // Feb 1989
Mega Cracker 1.20c // Meyer, Sven // May 18th 1992
Mega Ripper first version // Fuzion // - //
Mega Ripper II 2nd prev // Fuzion // 15.8.1992
Menu Hacker 1.4 // Kennedy, Ciaran // Aug 19 1993
Mug Shot! demo // Walters, C. // 1990
Multiscroll demosource // Aggression // -
Music Ripper 2.0 // Dodgy King // - //
Music Xbios Construction(XBIOS) // O'Connell,D.A. // -
Noisetracker ST 2.0 // Fingerbobs // -
Pack 2.0 // Escape // 1988
Pack Fire 1.01 // Axe // 21.5.1990
Pack Fire 2.01 // Axe // 19.2.1990
Pack Ice 1.13 // Axe // 20.5.1990
Pack Ice 2.11 // Axe // 17.6.1990
Pack Ice 2.12 // Axe // 22.6.1990
Pack Ice 2.20 // Axe // 21.11.1990
Pack Ice 2.31 // Axe // 19.2.1991
Pack Ice 2.40 for ST-News // Axe // 14.8.1991
PFXPak 1.8e // Quester, Thomas // 1991 //
PFX / AFX Packer 2.1 // Quester, Thomas // 1991
Picture Hunter 1.4L // Red Devil // Aug 1991
Pompey Packer 1.5 // Pompey Pirates // -
Pompey Packer 1.9a // Pompey Pirates // -
Probe-ST 2.00 // Breakpoint // 1992
Program File Cruncher 3.3 // Powell, M.S. // 5.9.1988
Protracker Repl7.21 for STWorld // Tronic // Mar 10 1996
Pulse Alpha #1 // Pulse // 30.5.1996
Pulse Gamma #3 // Pulse // 1996
Pulse Delta #4 // Pulse // Jun 15.1996
Pulse Theta #8 // Pulse // 1996
Pulse XI #11 // Pulse // 1996
Pulse XIII #13 // Pulse // 1996
Rob Northern Copylock // Cynix // 1992
Sample Packer // Snuffs, Dal //
Sentry Packer 2.05 for DBA Mag // Sentry // May 5 1992
Shrink 1.0 // Bubeck, Till // 1989
SNES  / Famicom Util 1.6 // MCA / Hotline //
SNES Disassembler 1.1. // MCA // -
Speedpacker 2 // Firehawks // -
Speedpacker 3 // Firehawks // 1992
Sprite Works 2.00 // Ninth Wave // 28.3.1995
ST Plus #1 // Hollis, Dave // 7.1.1996
ST Plus #15 // Hollis, Dave // Mar 31 1997
ST Tar // - // -
ST UnARJ 2.20 // Cwik, Jorge // 1991
ST Zip 2.1 // Pomey, Vincent // 1992
Stainless Steel Rat 1.3 // Sync // -
StarPainter ST -pre Arabesque? // Sybex // 1987
Tanglewood Slideshow // Microdeal // 1987
Thing 1.0C // - // -
THX-1138 HyperPacker 1.0 // - // -
Thunder Packer 1.0 // - // -
Turbo Packer // Mayerle, Wolfga // 1990
Ultimate Game Cracker // Wurzel // Aug 1990
Ultimate Game Cracker 1.2 // Wurzel // Oct 1990
UnARJ 2.20 // Ozwirk, Heinz // -
Zoo 2.1 // - // -
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby Mug UK » Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:35 pm

Some classics in there .. even if you just host them in one big .ZIP file on Rapidshare / Depositfiles / your own site as a temporary measure, the more back-up copies out there, the better :)

Happy Packer Output file ed 1.5 // MUG U.K. // Mar 1989


Now that's going back a long time .. was it really 19 years ago ...
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby bullis1 » Tue Jun 24, 2008 4:48 pm

I'd like it if you could upload them as well, in a big zip file or similar. It shouldn't be that large, actually. There's some stuff in there that I intended to download anyway, plus some tools that I havn't heard of until now.
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby Marakatti » Tue Jun 24, 2008 5:18 pm

Ok, uploaded files_from_marakatti.zip (around 14mb) to Marcer's FTP once again, hope you don't mind Marcer :)

Still have 1500+ disks to go, let's see if there comes anything interesting
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby bullis1 » Tue Jun 24, 2008 5:49 pm

Marakatti wrote:Ok, uploaded files_from_marakatti.zip (around 14mb) to Marcer's FTP once again, hope you don't mind Marcer :)

Still have 1500+ disks to go, let's see if there comes anything interesting


Marcer's FTP is getting a lot of traffic from me today... I owe him!

Also, I think that with that many old disks something nice is bound to turn up don't you think? Good luck on that daunting task.
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby Marakatti » Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:34 pm

bullis1 wrote:Also, I think that with that many old disks something nice is bound to turn up don't you think? Good luck on that daunting task.


Thanks, let's hope there's some nice treasures :) Personally among the other things I would like to find the gfx hacks I did for the Chicago 90's and Hotwheels somewhere between 1993-1996... Might be lost forever but you never know...
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby lp » Wed Jun 25, 2008 7:01 am

I've been looking for "Sprite Works 2.00 // Ninth Wave // 28.3.1995".
Where do I find this big ZIP file? :D

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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby PaulB » Wed Jun 25, 2008 8:33 am

ftp to:
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Postby Mug UK » Wed Jun 25, 2008 11:54 am

lp wrote:I've been looking for "Sprite Works 2.00 // Ninth Wave // 28.3.1995".
Where do I find this big ZIP file? :D


The one that I posted not the latest one then, lp? viewtopic.php?f=69&t=12203
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby lp » Wed Jun 25, 2008 3:00 pm

Oh, 'edited' post. I missed that! When I originally saw it there was no file attached at the time. lol
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Postby Mug UK » Wed Jun 25, 2008 3:09 pm

Can someone Rapidshare / DepositFiles / host this file for others who can't get onto Marcer's FTP?
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby Marakatti » Wed Jun 25, 2008 3:54 pm

Never tried Rapidshare before... Was afraid about all boring registrationstuff and there was none!!!

So here's the link, enjoy :cheers:

http://rapidshare.com/files/124961912/s ... n.zip.html
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby PaulB » Wed Jun 25, 2008 3:55 pm

Here you go: Another Rapidshare.com link. Marakatti was faster to upload lol.

http://rapidshare.com/files/124962099/files_from_marakatti.zip

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Postby bullis1 » Wed Jun 25, 2008 4:28 pm

Nobody would complain about a mirror!
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Postby Mug UK » Wed Jun 25, 2008 5:21 pm

Nice one .. downloaded it in a few seconds :)
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My main site: http://www.mug-uk.co.uk - slowly digging up the bits from my past (and re-working a few): Atari ST, Sega 8-bit (game hacks) and NDS (Music ripping guide).

I develop a free Word (for Windows) add-in that's available for Word 2007 upwards. It's a fix-it toolbox that will allow power Word users to fix document errors. You can find it at: http://www.mikestoolbox.co.uk

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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby Shredder11 » Sun Apr 18, 2010 9:38 am

Thanks :cheers:

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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby Wiking67 » Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:24 pm

Like to have this disk. :D

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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby majere » Sat Jan 29, 2011 10:03 pm

I have try to download, but all the links are down :(
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Postby Mug UK » Sun Jan 30, 2011 10:27 am

DepositFiles (for me) seems to no longer work properly - so I moved to MegaUpload instead. But the files I uploaded are on a PC h/drive that is currently waiting to be reassembled so I can restore my old 'downloading/uploading' PC to its former glory :)
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Re: Any need for these old tools?

Postby dlfrsilver » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:30 pm

anyone can reupload the tools ? the links are dead :(
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Postby dlfrsilver » Fri Nov 11, 2011 5:36 pm

Thanks Shredder :) !!!
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Postby DarkLord » Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:37 pm

Yeah, thanks! Lots of stuff there to go through. :)
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