The C64 died ...

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beardfreak
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The C64 died ...

Post by beardfreak »

Its true you know - it died and is no longer missed.

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Post by Chain »

:)

Well I plan on getting mine on a Projector at the weekend and playing buggy boy and Leaderboard.. So Nrrrr!

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Post by dan »

C64?? What's that then?? :D

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Post by Chain »

It's a bit like the C5 .. only faster and looks like a breadbin.

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:(

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Sadly mine now resides in a cardboard box in my loft. Occasionally (once yearly) I get it down to have a play on some games. I usually find that the 1541 disk drive doesn't work, unless I stand it on it's side.

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Post by Chain »

Your drive needs some TLC but I expect it's just a simple clean out it needs :)

I'm just looking to buy a new place nearer to where I'm working at the moment... By the sounds of it I should have enough space to spare for my little C64 to setup with all its friends. :)

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How does that idea sound to you? |)

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