Richard Atkinson wrote: > I'll put a normal version of the disk on funet in a few days time along Before uploading the new copy, try this patch on it and test it: Go to block 26,1 (first block of the file "-----------", last in the directory) and change both bytes at offset $23 and $2A from $AC to $AE. This should get rid of the protection completely. Now it doesn't check for 22 read error anymore but now for 00 OK ;-) > the PC to a tape drive or a C64's tape port. (in fact it's a cheat - my > scheme uses the C64 to power the datassette, with a quick POKE0,7 to be > sure of turning the motor on and all the other ports to input) Yes, I'm using a similar setup. I have the PC in parallel to the C64 tape port, so I can read a tape from either the PC or the C64. Currently I can only record from the C64, the PC write line is not connected. For loading a TAP into the C64 I have to use another connection. Nicolas - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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