> > Ethan Dicks wrote: > > > > I have downloaded this thing four times... Andre Fachat fixed me up. > > Marko, Let me make up a better disk for you, I wrote up the flash cable > diagram in a pet program that wasn't included, nor were some other great > games... Note most of those games are probably for the 3000 series emulation mode. Once I got a good .d64 file, I found that nearly all this stuff runs just fine under the 3032-model emulation on VICE (I didn't test *everything*). If anyone needs a good version of WORLD CLOCK, I have a copy that is the identical size as the one in this .d64 that I extracted myself from a tape from 1979. It diffs with the same problems that Andre described. It appears to be an intact version of the original. > .prg? The VICE page didn't mention that! (This was originally for a person > who wanted to write about Flash Attack and wanted to do screenshots from > VICE). I saw .c64, mentioned but unsupported in the docs (either in VICE or .prg? That's not a required extension for VICE. It may be handy, but I don't think it's mandatory. Thanks for providing the disk image. I still have that original BYTE with the review of Flash Attack. I built their cable and used it in 1982 to move data back and forth between my PET and C-64 without using tape. I even built a connector with LEDs to watch the handshaking. Sometimes the software would lock up on long transfers; a race condition, probably. With the indicators, I could spot a locked transmission. Enjoy, -ethan - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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