Commodore 64 to PC connection

  Newuser697 08:45 23 Apr 04
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I have some files(letters, minutes etc.) on a Commodore 64 floppy disc which I would like to rescue and install on my PC running Windows 98 SE.
I still have the Commodore floppy disc drive which I believe is in working order.
Does anyone know if this is possible and if so how to do it?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions

Ralph

  Graham ® 09:26 23 Apr 04

If I remember correctly, the output to the TV was an aerial connection. You would need a TV card to acquire the signal.

  Diemmess 09:28 23 Apr 04

Memory grows dim, but I think there are kind "hobbyists" ( well one or two ) in this country who will convert a floppy's worth to PC format for you. I managed to get an address from this forum for a friend with an early Amstrad (about 2 years ago).

There are of course professional services which will convert almost any format to any other but at a staggering price.

  Graham ® 15:38 23 Apr 04

Put Commodore 64 in google, loads of sites to browse. Good luck.

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