Got an upgrade to my C64 Mini today, a USB2.0 hub and a US keyboad, that means that makes it easier for me to use the C64 Mini because many games requires some keyboard presses like hitting the F1, the spacebar or writing your name on a highscore.
The C64 was sold with a US keyboard and if you wanted to change that then you had to alter the ROM and that required a EPROM burner.
The C64 Mini can use a normal US keyboard and if you wan’t a nice one that is small then they are way to expensive here in Denmark, so i had to wait a month to get one from China, but with a price of 58,- kr with free shipping, it was ok with the waiting time…..the hub was “free” but had to pay 28 kr. i n shipping still very cheap.
Can’t wait to program BASIC with my son 😉
The C64 with a fullsize keyboard is expected to hit the danish stores (Elgiganten) in December also with a better joystick, look the same but with microswitches and much more robust. The joystick on the photo is the original and it’s better than expected, i have had the problems that other users have reported.
If you have installed Linux on your laptop but wan’t to have a Windows VM in virtualbox then chances are that you need a serial number for windows 10.
Normally Windows read the embedded key that are hardcodet into the BIOS of the laptop and Windows in a virtual instance will not be able to read other than the vm’s virtual BIOS so you will need to type one in yourself.
With this command you can extract the serial number: