Some new Pure Energy and X-Static menus

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Hi Brume, received the disks yet?
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Yes, I received the disks yesterday:
Thanks a lot for them, you make me very very very happy :D

Well, the disks seemed very damaged at first, but after many attempts they were imaged fully. I had already received issue #54 last year (sorry, I just remembered it some days ago while checking my dir). So I didn't image this disk again.

Anyway here are image of Pure Energy disks sent by JustExhumed. All greetings should go to him for the original disks. I have tested all the images today, they seem to work very fine. Haven't found any error on them.

Thanks again,

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More ghosts from the past found :) Congrats Brume and Exhumed.
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Fantastic efforts guys... More blasts from the past whihc are just fantastic!

Top notch effort guys!
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*does the happy dance*

thanks .. very nice :)
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Resurecting an old thread :)

@JustExhumed: if you still have them, I'd be very interested in issue X-Static menus 3 and 13.

Here are the missing disks:
#1v1, #2, #3, #11, #12, #13
(last menu known is #13)

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anyone know who these pure energy guys were, still missing quite a few utility disks :)

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Just a few? How many disks do you have? Last issue known is #53.

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i have the ones of stonish, that is all, 01,02,03,04,05,09a+b,16....

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Just found and imaged Pure Energy 81B (working), Brume has just put it on his site. I have also found a box full of "The Source" menus. Not sure if any work after 25 years sat on a shelf.
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I'm very interested in those THE SRC disks :)
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Lotek, I checked your page for The Source and I have quite a few you are missing.
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msd: What are you waiting for :) Please upload the missing ones :)
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9 missing menus from The Source. I have had a hell of a night getting these into MSA format. My Falcon decided it did not like the internal CF card, the external hard drives stopped being recognised. In the end I had to use my STe and my faulty Satandisk but I have checked the menus and they work. Some demos crash out but I think that is the demos, I have not had time to look deeper. Enjoy.
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Two more (I could not add them add to one message).
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AWESOME!!! I will add them as soon as the untergrund.net servers are updated.
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Thanks for these Mark - a blast down memory lane as they are all from before I joined the group :)
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Great :D . Thanks for the menus 8) .

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Excellent stuff -Echoing all the thanks!
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