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    Default Commodore PC-10 II floppy disks?

    Hi all.

    Iím a new member from Sydney. Recently obtained a Commodore PC-10 II (although itís missing the 2nd floppy drive). Good news is that the computer works fine. Iíve cleaned it up and removed the small amount of rust, with an XT-IDE board ready to be built. Might install a Colorado tape drive in place of the 2nd floppy, since tracking down the exact drive might be cumbersome. I have other 360K drives, but not the same colour / design.

    My question is regarding the disks that originally came with these units. Does anybody have them and could photograph them for me (so that I can recreate them)? From what I understand, there were probably three disks: MS-DOS 3.2, GW Basic, and Sidekick. Any info on the Sidekick version would also be helpful.

    Thanks.

    Steven.

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    You can find here Commodore MS-DOS 3.20 OEM version disk images MS-DOS + GWBASIC, no Sidekick According to the description they came with the PC40:

    https://winworldpc.com/product/ms-dos/320

    I also have a complete set of Commodore Colt MS-DOS 3.21 (a rebadged PC-10 III) system disks, if you are interested.

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    Thanks for the link. I'll now be able to create 2 of the disks.

    If you can post a photo of the labels for the Colt 3.21 disks that would be great. I've created the disk cover, just need a little direction for the label.

    Commodore Disk.jpg

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    I've uploaded my Commodore MS-DOS 3.21 images to this site:

    http://vetusware.com/download/Commod...3.21/?id=15031

    and in Spanish (this one is not from an original disk):

    https://vetusware.com/download/Commo...20ES/?id=15032

    I'm sorry but I cannot help you with the labels since I sold all my Commodore stuff long time ago.
    Last edited by dieymir; October 12th, 2018 at 10:52 AM.

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