C64 Modem issue

From: Lawrence Walker <lwalker_at_mail.interlog.com>
Date: Mon Feb 16 02:33:31 1998

On 16 Feb 98 at 14:29, John Higginbotham wrote:

> >don't already have a X1541 cable made, all I can say is get to work. The
> Do you know if anyone makes these cables and sells them? Or, barring that,
> any specific links to the assembly instructions?
> - John Higginbotham
> - limbo.netpath.net

 I just ordered one. Haven't received it yet but he seems genuine.

On 1 Feb 98 at 19:44, Jon Lucas wrote:

> Hi Larry,
> The X1541 Cable is $12.00 Plus Shipping.
> > Also how do you get the
> > Star Commander to your C64 without the cable ? If it is not
> > possible could you include the program ?
> Star Commander can be found online by doing a search for it at
> Yahoo.com. Star commander only needs to be loaded into your PC not
> your Commodore Computer. Please read the following, I beleive this
> will answer most of your questions.
> The X1541 Cable is used to transfer files archived on a PC (files
> usually obtained online) to a Commodore 1541 floppy drive (or
> compatable) or a 1571 floppy drive.
> NOTE: Software is required on the PC in order to transfer files to
> the Commodore drive. Both Trans 64 and Star Commander are highly
> recommended. Each of these programs can be obtained via the World
> Wide Web.
> One end of the cable plugs into your PC paralel port (your
> printer port) and the other end plugs directly into your Commodore
> floppy drive.
> Make sure your Commodore drive is turned on before you start your
> software on the PC (Trans 64 or Star Commander). Also make sure you
> have a floppy disk in your Commodore Drive. Then just fire up the
> software on the PC (make sure you read the documentation that comes
> with the transfer software you wish to use) and start transferring
> software to and from your Commodore floppy drive. Hope this helps
> you out! If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to ask.
> Thanks,
> Jon
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Received on Mon Feb 16 1998 - 02:33:31 GMT

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