Tag: Adrian’s Digital Basement

Adrian’s Digital Basement Guide To Using Inexpensive Tools To Diagnose And Fix Old Computers

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In this episode Adrian demonstrate troubleshooting and fixing a C64 with only inexpensive tools. No $3000 oscilloscope, $350 desoldering iron or fancy multimeter. Just...

Adrians Digital Basement Loves ARMSID

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Adrians Digital Basement has discovered the ARMSID and has nothing but praise for the C64 SID replacment. In this episode Adrian compares the ARMSID...

Adrian Black – ClearVideo 128: A Fix For C128 Jail Bars?

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The C128 is known for having video with visible vertical lines in its video output. These are known as jail bars. The ClearVideo 128...

Adrian’s Digital Basement: Mid-Week Mini Mail Call #3 – C64 Extravaganza

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Time to open up some more packages you sent Adrian! This time, it's all C64 goodness. A RF modulator replacement, a SID chip and...

Adrian Black – Simple Fix For Blurry C64 Video

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This is the second part of Adrian's latest series for improving the C64's video. You can what the first part by clicking here. In this...

Adrian Black – Is There Room For Improvement For C64 Video Output?

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Per Adrian: Bread-bin Commodore 64 machines with main board revision 250407 and KU-14194HB have relatively soft and blurry video output. Also, there are numerous VIC-II...

Adrian Black – Faulty 1541-II Repair & C64 Fast Loader Comparison

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In this episode Adrian repairs a faulty Commodore 1541-II disk drive sent in by a viewer. In addition, he continues testing 3 more C64...

Adrian Black – Using A NOP Generator To Help Fix A Dead 1541C Drive

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In the latest episode of Adrians Digital Basement he uses a NOP Generator to help fix a dead 1541C floppy drive. The 1541C drive...