Hallo allemaal, > At 11:13 PM 1/24/00 -0500, you wrote: > >On Mon, 24 Jan 2000, Richard Atkinson wrote: > > > > > By the way, please refer to the machine as a 'C128DCR' as I always > > > confused your messages with ones about the plastic C128D - ie. a regular > > > C128 and 1571 in one case. > > > >The model number on the case is C128D. It's the only one I have. All the > >information I have (what little there is) matches this machine. If there > >is a different version, I have no information on it. > > > >Would you care to elaborate on this? > > Pardon me for stepping in here... Me too :) > the design to cut costs. In other countries, there are 128Ds with plastic > cases that house a plain old 128 motherboard and a 1571 controller board, > instead of the all-in-one design we got (most of these also had a cooling > fan built-in from the factory). Just for those who are not familiar at all with the C128D: the controllerboard for the the single drive and the one of the C128D differ at least in size and the way they are powered. In Germany the C128DCR is refered to as C128DB. I don't know if the B is original as they nicknamed it the "C128D Blech" (blech is German for "tincan"). Here in the Netherlands I and my friends always used the name C128DB as well. But living so close to Germany and everyone reading "64-er" we can have imported this name without knowing it was the wrong or right. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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