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Donating RUN magazines and books.
Hi. I have a bunch of RUN magazine and some books for the C64 in good shape and was wondering what the best route would be to donate them to a place that would appreciate them? Thanks. ... 23 Dec 2009 13:44
Commodore FTP Sites Listing -- Last update 21 Aug 2009
Last Change/Update: 21 August 2009 =================== A +++ before an entry indicates that the entry is new, or has been updated, or has changed, since the last Listing. A --- before an entry indicates that the _prior_ entry was removed from the list, since the last Listing. A ??? before an entry indi... 20 Dec 2009 11:24
Black tons
Hi, .... just a small question: What are the black tons on the board labelled FB2, FB3 and FB4? Are those things diodes? From the schematics this definitely becomes not clear. Can someone enlighten me please? -- cul8er Paul paul.foerster(a) ... 20 Dec 2009 12:30
TPUG Library CD Available
As announced at World of Commodore 2009, TPUG has created a CD containing the entire TPUG Disk Library! Over 1100 disk images (D64 and ADF) containing over ten thousand programs for the C64, VIC20, Amiga, C128, and PET. Plus Historical Photos, Emulators, and the Library Catalogs in PDF format. The CD is $2... 18 Dec 2009 10:29
Recovering 3.5" floppy
Are there any good utilities, either PC based or Commodore based that could be used to attempt recovering a 3.5" CBM floppy disk. I finally found my old root partition backup from the mid 90's and there's a couple of DMBBS files that should be on it that have otherwise been lost. Problem is, the damn thing won't ... 20 Dec 2009 23:26
C64 Video port: Documentation vs. real world...
Hi, .... the schematics says, pin 8 of the C64 video port deliveres +5V. Asking my multimeter confirms this. The handbook on the other hand says that pin 8 is not connected. Is that just a documentation error or are there C64 versions which indeed have no connections on pin 8? Just curious... -- cul8e... 21 Dec 2009 12:22
For sale...
Hello... Here's some things I'll give you guys 1st opportunity on over the Christmas season: ----- 1 220V Commodore 2031LP/1540/1541/1541C/1551 Power supply (& matching internal steel frame mounting base for mech & controller board). Works well (tested briefly here with a step-up transformer) and fresh pull... 18 Dec 2009 10:29
Next FCUG meeting - Sunday, December 20
Merry Christmas, C= and Amiga aficionados! The Fresno Commodore User Group has its next meeting from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday, December 20, at The Pizza Pit 2701 N. Blackstone Ave. (corner of Blackstone and Princeton) Fresno, California For this month we concentrate on... 19 Dec 2009 04:06
World of Commodore 2009 video posted
A two-minute video of the Dec. 5 Toronto World of Commodore 2009 has been posted at YouTube. Go to Truly, Robert Bernardo Fresno Commodore User Group The Other Group of Ami... 16 Dec 2009 03:39
ANNC: xum1541 beta now available
Hello CBM'ers, this is a message forward from the OpenCBM user mailing list where Nate Lawson annouced the beta release of his version of a firmware for an USB based transfer cable as backend for OpenCBM. Read on... Womo -------- Original-Nachricht -------- Subject: [opencbm-user] xum1541 beta now available... 12 Dec 2009 17:50
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