On Thu, 14 Jan 1999, MagerValp wrote: > You could wire a RS-232 interface. The userport pinout is almost > identical to the C64, except for the +5V that you'd have to tap from > somewhere else. Actually it is a very lucky thing that there is no +5V on the user port. After looking at the pinouts you posted, I don't think that the IEEE-488 cable that was connected to both connectors broke anything. Of course it wasn't me who connected the cable: it was connected when the machine was displayed to me. > I think these are the same dates as my model, but I'll make sure when > I get home. Mine was made in Germany, what about yours? Germany as well. The type approval (something similar to "Funkentstört nach DBP Vfg. xxxx/yy", but different acronyms) was dated 1981. I'll post the details tonight after I've cleaned the keyboard. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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