ok thank you all for your help
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Don't Panic. Please wash hands.
hello, the s-video cable shows no resistance. I sent the video to Jens.
I forgot to add that I am using the s-video chinch adapter.
ok, but I'll be home at the weekend, I'll be in touch
The cable cannot be disassembled, I cannot check it.
I ordered another one, I'm waiting.
I am surprised as well, as I mentioned on the weekend I will record a video with a demonstration.
1. After connecting only the cable to the AV (DIN) output, the picture is colored.
2. After connecting only the S-video cable, I have a black and white image on the screen.
3. If I connect the S-Video cable to the TV and additionally connect the other DIN cable only to the computer, then the color appears on the S-Video output.
C64R MK2 purchased last week.
I can't explain it better, if it's still not clear then I will be home on Saturday to record a video.
I do not officially report this as a bug, you can live with it. It may be the fault of the S-Video cable.
I also have a problem with the lack of colors on S-Video, but I noticed that when I put the plug into the monitor output, the color appears on s-video, after removing the plug it disappears again. I do not know what's going on.
ok, everything works.
The problem was the open ZIF locks on CIA#2.
Sorry for the inconvenience, can be removed.
Thank you for your help.
Hello, I purchased a C64R MK2, almost everything works. Can't see 1541, 1541 II and 1541U2 + floppy drives.
Everything connected individually, does not see the drive at all:
LOAD "$", 8
SEARCHING FOR $
FILE NOT FOUND
Definitely set to 8
Should I activate something else?
Power supply purchased together with the C64R.