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I finally got around to installing BMCBM (okay, it's called BMC64, but I think it should be rebranded to BMCBM given that it includes five different machines in one package). It booted up to the classic C64 in PAL mode. I switched to NTSC (since I'm in NTSC land) and C128 mode and I finally have a C128 again. I've done very little with it, mind you, but at least I can see it boot and can write little programs on it, as well as switch to C64 mode to play my games that were never ported to C128. Now I just have to dig around more into the settings to figure out what I can and can't do relative to a full blown Vice installation on Windows.

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