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Commodore used a cassette drive. I had boxes of them. After that I got a 486, then a P1 with a 1.6 Gb Hdd lol.... Man, had to keep the drive compressed just to fit anything on it. Of course Dos was nothing and Win 3.1 was just a shell program with a GUI.

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I was really addicted to Demo scene those times, so :

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The master of machines (2).jpg I went to IBM computer repair school in 1989, nomda in kansas city! I was a IBM typewriter repair man before that, mostly selectric's. Here is a picture of some selecric's in boxes 80's.