64'er (Was: CBM C65 and V364 pages)

From: MagerValp (MagerValp_at_cling.gu.se)
Date: 1999-07-16 14:27:47

>>>>> "Nicolas" == Nicolas Welte <welte@chemie.uni-konstanz.de> writes:

Bo> Anyways, I'd be curious what some of you thought of the workbench
Bo> 65, and the strange drive that came along with it.

Nicolas> Actually I've seen pictures of that 1581 prototype before.
Nicolas> German 64'er magazine did a test of this device, and IIRC
Nicolas> they complained that the new DOS still can't handle more than
Nicolas> 170k per REL file. I never tried it, but I think the final
Nicolas> 1581 can make full disk REL files by the use of the new super
Nicolas> side sector. The strange 4 pin mini DIN power connector was
Nicolas> also disliked very much by 64'er. Don't know if CBM changed
Nicolas> it because of their complaint in the final design ;-)

Which issue is this in? Also, if there's someone else out there with a
lot of 64'er issues, I'm trying to find an article on how to build an
RTC for the c64 -- there's one design in issue 10/89, but there's a
different one in another issue based on an 8-pin IC. If you know which
issue this one appears in I'd be delighted if you could drop me a

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