Marko writes: > Yes, it is. And when it comes to transferring stuff from tapes, I just > noticed a new upload (from August 12), TurboTapeLoader V1.1, an MS-DOS > program that reads tapes recorded with C64's Turbo tape, using the > Soundblaster. This and other similar programs can be found at > <URL:http://www.funet.fi/pub/cbm/crossplatform/transfer/datassette/>. Does anyone remember the "Rabbit" PET tape format? I have a Rabbit ROM, a Rabbit tape (it loaded at $7800), and a box of Rabbit-ized PET software. I used to use it exclusively when I was 13. Unfortunately, I do not have a description of the format and may have to reverse engineer it from the object code. Not impossible, but a right royal pain in the arse and very time consuming. AFAIK, it was faster because of a different bit pattern/frequency and no redundant blocks. Using the TAPEIO.EXE program that comes with C64S (yes, I paid real money just to get a de-taper), I have already dumped all of my ordinary tapes, but not my Rabbit tapes. -ethan - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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