Re: Disconnecting the 1571 drive of a C128DCR

From: Peter Rittwage <>
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 15:01:41 -0500
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This has never worked for me- I've always had to remove the diodes on the board
to get that to work.  The poke won't disable those.  

However, after you've removed them, you can have two C64's on the bus, or a PC
with transfer cable and one C64, etc.  I've never had a machine damaged doing
this, but of course don't plug/unplug while they are on, and ground yourself
from static.

Pete Rittwage
C64 Preservation Project

On Mon, 28 Sep 2009 07:17:00 +0200 <> wrote

> Hallo allemaal,
> Thanks everybody for your answers but the one I was looking for is not
> there. Main reason: I asked the question in the wrong way, mainly
> because I was a bit in a hurry.
> AFAIK the C128 (and C64 as well) pull CLK and/or Data Low which disables
> another C= to make use of it. What is the poke for the C128 to disable
> CLK and/or Data for the C128?
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