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Thread: PET 8296-D, how to make floppies?

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    Default PET 8296-D, how to make floppies?

    Hi guys,

    I got my hands ons a beautifully working PET 8296-D, and I can run a lot of software using the tfw8b sd2PET device.

    But, I like the real oldschool stuff so I want to run from floppies. BUT, how can I transfer software to floppies for an 8296-D? A lot can be downloaded in disk images (D64 of D80) but how to burn them to a real disk?

    Any help is welcome, thanks a lot.

    grz
    Ivan from Belgium

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    There are several solutions:
    - my own CBM-HD. Takes some work but is cheap (Ja, ik ben een Hollander ).
    - Zoomfloppy, store.go4retro.com › zoomfloppy
    - PetSD

    Have fun!
    With kind regards / met vriendelijke groet, Ruud Baltissen

    www.baltissen.org

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    Not too difficult to hack an arduino onto the iEEE and run an emulator

    https://github.com/Gary-Clark/CBM-PET-IEEE

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