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TIImageTool is a program that offers many features of other file managers, taking disk images as input. Since version 1.0 TIImageTool can work with hard disk images using the MESS-specific CHD format.



TIImageTool can be downloaded from mizapf.eu or from WHTech. On mizapf.eu there is also the latest documentation that is also part of the in-program manual.

Note that you need a Java Runtime Environment version 7 or higher. The Java RE can be downloaded from https://www.java.com/download/ or from http://openjdk.java.net/.

Since July 2016, TIImageTool source code is available from Github: https://github.com/mizapf/tiimagetool

Version history

2.4: Sector editor; i18n, l10n for English, German; CF7 handling

2.3: HFE (Lotharek) image support; Search function

2.2: Sources available on Github; changed package structure; removed "Open device"

2.1: Open recent files; enhanced filesystem check; some fixes; output redirect

2.0: Drag-and-drop support; detachable views; paste BASIC into image

1.5: Image display (TI ARTIST, MyArt, YAPP); GPL disassembler; Tagged Object Code disassembler

1.4: Full CHD support (creating, extracting, importing, converting), Archiver support; Geneve boot disk creation

1.3: Imports binary content as a PRG file and reads TI99-PC SDF images with appended bad sector list

1.2: External device handling (working with Compact Flash or external drives). Known issue: In Windows you cannot write to the CF/external drive.

1.1: Supports CHD version 5 (MESS 0.145)

1.0: Initial version

Java security concerns

In recent times, people start to get suspicious about Java and call it a "security thread". These concerns only apply to Java applets (which are executed inside a browser window). TIImageTool is not run from a browser, it is locally installed. Like every locally installed application, it runs with all privileges of the user who started it.

However, when you install a Java Runtime Environment you should make sure that Java support in your browser is not unexpectedly turned on. Start your browser (Firefox, IE, whatever) and make sure that the "Java support" in the browser extensions/plugins is deactivated.