Posted on 2/19/2017 Read more...
Eightbitswide: C64 computing in the 3rd millennium
- by Oldbitcollector
Jeff's adventures in Commodore computing in the modern day. (Warning! I'm a hardware hacker! Just because something works fine for me doesn't mean that it's wired correctly or won't fry something of yours if you replicate my success. I only experiment with a unit that is committed to this and have another untouched unit as a backup.)
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To access CommodoreServer.com from your Commodore 64 computer, you need to run the V-1541 program on your C64. You may download the V-1541 disk image, but you will need to transfer it to a floppy disk. You will also need an Internet modem that supports RS-232 to Ethernet, such as the Comet64 Internet Modem.