Hi Ethan, On Mon, Feb 6, 2017 at 4:29 AM, Ethan Dicks <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I've had that exact problem on my original 3032 PET (the one I got in > 1979). I ended up replacing all the 40-pin sockets with high-quality > turned-pin sockets. I'm using turned-pin sockets for the ROMs and more regular sockets for the rest (there's no chance to get a socket worse than the white ones that Commodore used on the 3032 nowadays). Changing all the 40 pins one will be a long job anyway :( > >> I need to get a disk drive or a ieee-sd kind of drive, I had forgotten >> how slow were tapes :/ > > I used my PET every day for years with tapes. I used the PET Rabbit > to help speed that up. would be nice to find this software :) > > I have one of these: > > http://www.bitfixer.com/bf/petdisk nice one. I've found some sd-ieee disk solutions with schematics and firmware, so probably I'll made one myself if I really get frequent use of the PET. Frank Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2017-02-06 08:00:26
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