This directory contains test/demo diskettes (compressed disk images) shipped with miscellanous Commodore products.
These software items were originally distributed with all new Commodore peripherals, and can be downloaded for own use if original disks are corrupt or missing. Copying and selling this software is forbidden by copyright law.


1351-demo.d64.gz 1996-10-26 8865
1351 mouse demo disk, 24 October 1986
1351-demo2.d64.gz 1997-01-17 9122
1351 mouse utility disk © 1986. The .bin files are unnecessarily long on this diskette.
1700-demo.d64.gz 1997-09-21 46439
Disk label: 1700/1750 RAM EXPANSION, TEST/DEMO DISK, V1.0 12/5/85
Most of the programs are for the Commodore 128, although the REU can be used with the Commodore 64 as well.
1764-utility-geos.d64.gz 1998-05-07 101888
Back side of the 1764 RAM Expansion Utility Disk, labelled 1764 RAM EXPANSION GEOS UPGRADE. Contains some sort of a GEOS upgrade from version 1.2 to 1.3, and lots of deleted files.
1764-utility.d64.gz 1996-10-26 60478
Hi-Eddi.d64.gz 1998-06-24 59780
Hi-Eddi.readme 1998-06-24 1614
Diskette zum Buch "Mini-CAD mit Hi-Eddi plus auf dem C64/C128". This CAD program disk was shipped with the above mentioned German book.
Tiny Eprommer V2.0.d64.gz 1998-06-03 15626
This disk was shipped with the Tiny Eprommer V2, an EPROM programming device for the Commodore 64.
Turbo Master CPU.d64.gz 2002-03-16 26861
Turbo Master CPU Demo/Utilities Disk for the Commodore 64. Schnedler Systems. Rev. 5/4/91.
conrad-dcf77.d64.gz 1998-02-19 16698
Software für C64/C128 zum "DCF-77 Empfänger" von Conrad Electronic (Deutschland). The DCF-77 is a radio signal that carries the time of an atomic clock located in Braunschweig, Germany. Uploaded by Christian Janoff.
mcs810.d64.gz 2005-05-10 88884
Commodore MCS 810 dot matrix printer test/demo disk.

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