Commodore 64 - Loadsa C's
And number 4
And finally ....
PS. Just a scuzz comment. I would never ever
unnecessarily take a keyboard apart and risk
destroying it and the keys with Retro Brighting
or what ever its called. Aesthetics are a state
of mind and my brain sees age as a beautiful thing
and not something to try and defy. The problem is
that each time you undertake such processes on
a computer you destroy the very nature of the
plastic and its coating. Worse, the computer is
put at risk through damage to keys and the like.
Once the computer has lost its original coating it
is no longer the same case.
I am quite happy to repair faulty items where I can
but I wouldn't wilfully destroy something just
cus I have a problem with something's age.
One other comment and one that relates to the
insides.... I guess I'm lucky. My computers work.
I don't buy into the old capacitor issue given
that I have over 200 computers and they generally
all work. All my Amigas do.. so why do so many
others have a problem. I really don't know.
So simple rule... Aint broke, don't fix it.
You gotta love that yellow.... so mellow.