>Making backups of old turbo-tapes to disk and notice that the quality was very poor on some tapes. So have a LOAD-IT datasette with a signal meter. Problem with it was, that You could turn the knob (head alignment) 45 degrees and still have same two(lousy) bars on the meter. There was a need for something more accurate when adjusting the alignment to get the best signal while reading the tapes.
The Commodore 64 BHP Virus
Author: Dr.Dr.Strobe & Papa Hacker & Garfield
Size: 2030 bytes. (9 Blocks)
Type: Memory-resident parasitic prepender.
Infects: Commodore 64 Basic files.
Payload: Displays text under certain conditions: