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Fast Hack'em V9.5A   [1989]

Fast Hack'em V9.5A Released by :
Basement Boys Software

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Type :
C64 Tool Collection

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (8 left)

Credits :
Code .... Mike J. Henry

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/175023/fasthackem95a-MikeJHenry-sb168201-Page-ZimmermanSet2.d64 (downloads: 207) (File marked as corrupted)

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User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 17 November 2018
I've marked the release as corrupt again. The disk is broken and many files are cross-linked.

If we remove the flag again we will not search for a better copy. That you found another copy which might be copied from the same source is not a proof that the disk is spread like this.
User Comment
Submitted by Urban Space Cowboy on 17 November 2018
I've cleared the 'corrupted' flag on the file available for download (fasthackem95a-MikeJHenry-sb168201-Page-ZimmermanSet2.d64). It's the same (byte for byte) as a more or less working image I've found elsewhere (MD5SUM e260e1c611500e77f2024cfadda54609).

Further, I'm pretty sure this is a scene-assembled release, not a real release by Mike J. Henry and Basement Boys Software. All the "x.y mhz boot" directory entries point to the same file on disk, "fastboot v3" is just previous releases' "fastboot v2" with messages changed, there are a lot of grafted-on modules from various coders etc.
User Comment
Submitted by Fred on 15 November 2018
Files for 3.1 Mhz Boot and 2.6 Mhz Boot are broken, other boot options work. I've marked the release as broken.
User Comment
Submitted by Radd Maxx on 15 November 2018
No, it's FUBAR. Good copy sent. Bad copy had 1139 downloads.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 9 November 2018
crashes right away... is that release c128 only?
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