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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2007 10:12 am 
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network cable pulled RRNet off RetroReplay card for the last time..
What to do about it lets get radical...

1/ remove cartride interface"hmm plenty of time and solder sucker"
2/ a 50pin scsi cable remove 6 strands as only 44 needed
3/ strip both ends of cable and tint with solder.
4/ solder cable to removed cartridge interface then other end to board.

easy
pic shows finished mod.

p.s this c64 is my webserver RRNet/RetroReplay will never be removed.

next bit of spare time will make plate for back to hide what used to be the cartridge port and is now a ethernet plug.

very tidy


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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2007 10:18 am 
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yes all switch,s and leds will be added to top right of computer should look real narly.

with post pic when finished....

would love to see other mods...

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Very nice and clean!

Good job!


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PostPosted: Tue May 29, 2007 3:49 am 
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This is how the RRNet was placed inside the c64 to stop it from being ripped off the RetroReplay board this unit will always be c64web.com
webserver making this c64 nice and tidy on bench.

http://www.cbm8bit.com/pics/c64mod2.jpg
http://www.cbm8bit.com/pics/c64mod1.jpg
http://www.cbm8bit.com/pics/c64mod4.jpg

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