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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Glenn Gundlach)
Subject: Re: Remember Tango?
Date: 12 Oct 2002 21:58:12 -0700
NNTP-Posting-Date: 13 Oct 2002 04:58:12 GMT
email@example.com (N. Thornton) wrote in message news:...
> "Bruce Kingsley" wrote in message news:...
> > All:
> > I'm one of few that is still using the MS-DOS version of Tango PRO,
> > schematic, PCB and router design software. I have hundreds of drawings
> > created with this package and I need to move on.
> > What's the "AutoCAD" of electronic CAD today under $5,000? Is there software
> > to convert Tango files to a new CAD software? The only software I've heard
> > is created by the company the bought Tango years ago and it's about $10,000.
> > This is way out, I paid around $1,500 for Tango. I only really need to
> > convert the schematic files, but the PCB files would be nice too.
> Why not keep an old puter system going with tango for your old boards?
> New system for new designs. No need to reformat then.
> Regards, NT
I still use Tango and run it on an Athlon XP 1800+ MS-dos 6.22 (dual
boot to win). Goes like a house afire. The trick is the video card. A
Trident G32 is VESA compatible to register level and does an adequate
job on the 3d games in Windoze. Some of the ATI boards will do this
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