Re: Indus GT drive

From: Glenn Holmer (
Date: 2007-01-11 03:53:48

On Wednesday 10 January 2007 04:38, WhiteWolf wrote:
> I've got an Indus GT floppy drive for C64. I have no spare time yet
> to test if the drive is working well, but I can see the transparent
> front panel is broken. Maybe someone have a similar drive what can
> not be used because of the lack of the power supply or any reason. I
> would buy that drive - the whole device or just the case only - at
> high price!

I recently acquired one of these in very good condition, and wouldn't 
part with it for anything!  And my "built-in smoked plexiglass cover" 
is intact :P

> I am interested in the user's manual and the enclosed
> disks too!

My disks were not all readable (one had been formatted over), but I just 
bought a set on eBay.  I'll put D64 images on my web site if they're 
OK.  In the mean time, here's the manual:

One of the interesting things about this drive is that there's another 
ROM that you can address as drive 1: to load utility programs from.  A 
clever idea!

Glenn Holmer (Q-Link: ShadowM)

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