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Using only a computer and a tape recorder you can copy the old datacasettes on to your computer. Then you can either distribute the information on the datacasette ...
A computer A tape player/recorder A male to male mini sound cord A Commodore 64/128 A datacasette reader for the Commodore 2 cassette tapes (or 1 cassette and ...
On the Commodore, make a program. If you don't know how just type this: 10 PRINT "HELLO WORLD" 20 PRINT "I LIKE THE COMMODORE 64" SAVE It will ...
Now you will need your computer and your tape player. I use Window Vista. It is still possible to do with a different operating system. First, connect your ...
This step is pretty easy to figure out what to do. Put the tape in. Press record on the computer. Press play on the tape. Wait until the ...
Now you will take the headphones or speaker jack on the computer and plug it in to the microphone jack on the tape recorder. Play the new file ...
You now have three copies of the program you made. Two tape copies and one digital copy. This method allows you to make programs and email (or file ...
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