Hi, Unfortunately I don't have any of the items you are looking for, but I'm forwarding your question to the cbm-hackers mailing list in the hope that someone could help you. You could also try your luck in the comp.sys.cbm newsgroup. By the way, where and how were your disks stored? I haven't had any problems with diskettes wearing out. Recently I acquired a Honeywell microSystem 6/10 (floor model) that hasn't been in use for about 14 years, and the disks seem to be readable. Marko On Wed, 19 Jan 2000, Hilton Uchoa wrote: > Hi ! > > I am trying to put my (6) Commodores back into service just for the > fun of it. And they are FUN in this era of MEGA everything (GIGAS > comming). > > All my disquettes are unusable after some 10 years of storage. > > I found a lot in your Web Page and am just waiting for a disquette of > the Big Blue Reader a friend sent me to arrive so as I can use my > dowloads. > > Besides basic software I am looking for some unusual stuff and any > info as how or where to get it is welcome. I have the original > disquettes of them all so I feel honest to ask for an upload without > infringing any copyrights. > > This is what I am looking for BADLY: > > 1- Software that came with a SCINORT MICRO cartridge (it is a storage > cartridge) > 2- Software that came witha BROWN BOX cartridge (idem) > 3- ROBOTIC WORKSHOP Software (it is a kit of robotics with an > interface for C-64) > 4- FISCHERTECHNIK Computing Software (idem) > 5- FISCHERTECHNIK PLOTTER SCANNER TRAINIGAROBOTER (idem) - sounds > like it is German but the soft was in English. > > Any information on where to get them is welcome, ever a redirection to > another Web page or a person mail address is usefull. > > Keep the good work. Lets save the Computing MEMORY alive ! > > Hilton Uchoa > firstname.lastname@example.org > email@example.com > > - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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