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    Default PET Programs/games on tape

    Just wondering if there was any good source for PET games or other programs. I have the capability to write disk with a Central Point Option Board but I'd also like to get some programs on cassette. I just don't know where to look for audio files

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    Tezza's archive might be a good starting point. https://www.classic-computers.org.nz...r-download.htm I know there was a much more complete archive out there but someone else will have to provide the link.

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    Awesome, thanks for the links. Next thing I need to find is a working cassette recorder! Turns out all mine are broken now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadRacer203 View Post
    Awesome, thanks for the links. Next thing I need to find is a working cassette recorder! Turns out all mine are broken now!
    Must admit, I have abandoned tape for SD card emulators

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    I would love to modify my Pets datasette (and C64 ones as well), so I can import audio data right into them. I honestly dont care if some people think a composite jack on the drive diminishes the value.

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    No need to modify your datassette, you can connect it to the LPT port of a PC (DOS or W9x only). You can use an USB port to supply the +5V to the datassette.
    If you're interested, just tell me, I can post here the (quite simple) schematics and instructions.

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