This is the updated version of the Commodore 64 External 5¼” Floppy drive released in 1988. The newly updated design fitted the also updated version of the Commodore 64C, and the Commodore 128. In the process of cleaning the drive, … Continue reading →
The 5¼” floppy disk is a large, soft and quite fragile piece of plastic and, when not used, must be kept in their paper pocket. With a capacity of 170kB on the floppy disk, you are good to go. But … Continue reading →
In addition to load and save data on cassette tape, it’s also possible to use a 5¼” floppy drive together with your Commodore 64. Simply buy a Commodore 1541 floppy drive. With the Commodore 1541 it’s possible to load and … Continue reading →
An optional external floppy drive is required, provided that you would not spend your entire evening as a disc jockey. This is the second generation of Commodores own external floppy drive. Commodore Amiga uses 3½” floppy disk at 880 mb.