1541 DriveMirror (was Re: Wanted: ultra-rare Commodore 64 stuff)
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Tue Jan 1 17:33:47 CST 2008
On Tuesday 01 January 2008 15:24, Jim Brain wrote:
> Ethan Dicks wrote:
> > Any idea how it mounted? Did you install flea clips? Solder on wires?
> > Plug into the CPU socket?
> I think plugging into the CPU socket (and possibly the 6522 socket would
> be the norm. ProfessionalDOS (a parallel speeder I own) does the same
Assuming that stuff was even socketed, of course, as there was _no_
consistency with regard to that in all the c= stuff I worked on. And we sold
a lot of sockets to people, that got put in as a part of the troubleshooting
The one speedup I installed was a replacement ROM, that went in by way of an
adapter (more pins).
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