Commodore Business Machines’s allegedly “advanced” disk drive for use with the C128. It is basically a 1541 with the capability to use “burst loading” (like the Commodore 1571), and lots of new bugs.
The Commodore 1571 was a double-sided version of the 1570.
- Commodore 1541
storage The best known floppy disk drive for the Commodore 64. The 1541 was a single-sided 160 Kb drive but converting to flippy disks would give another 160 Kb. The disk drive used Group Code Recording and contained a 6502 processor as a disk controller. Some people wrote code for it to vibrate the head […]
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