Commodore CP/M module disassembled and rebuilt

Commodore CP/M module disassembled and rebuilt

The Commodore CP/M cartridge was not only infamous from the beginning, but also gained a sad notoriety. Nevertheless, it is a very sought-after module, which is why I completely disassembled mine and made a replica out of it. So everyone can now build such a module himself.

Tutorial for an external 8x Kernal module for the C64

There are always situations where you need a different kernel for your Commodore C64. Either to test something or because you don’t want to open the computer. And so I had the idea to build such a small plug-in card myself. And for a simple mdoul, it doesn’t even need many parts.

New motherboard for the Commodore 1541 floppy drive

New motherboard for the Commodore 1541 floppy drive

Some time ago I decided to give some of my old VC1541 floppy drives a new mainboard. Some drives were in quite bad shape when I had taken them over. I had to replace traces or patch hairline cracks on many of them. They all work again, but looking nice is something else. So I had to get something new…

Replica of REX 9628 External Kernel 8 card

Create a new board from pictures of old boards, that was my goal. Unfortunately, there were always only fragments, and this from different versions. Therefore, an exact replica was unfortunately not possible, but the board as such was recreated. This required some steps, but they were worth it.