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If you would like to hook a hard drive up to your ColecoVision Adam, contact Adam's House. They also carry disk drives, but very few of them. Adam's House, Route 2, Box 2756, 1829 Country Road, #130. Pearland, TX, 77581-9505. Phone: (713) 482-5040.
If interested in a hard drive for your Atari 8-bit, contact: Computer Software Services, P.O. Box 17660, Rochester, New York, 14617. Phone: (716) 429-5639. BBS: (716) 247-7157.
How about a hard drive for your Commodore 64 or 128? Contact: Creative Micro Designs, Inc., P.O. Box 646, East Longmeadow, MA, 01028-0646.
It is possible to use audio cassettes with the Adam. This is what I did: Drill holes in the top of the cassette, where the Adam data pack has holes. Take a blank data pack and record it onto the blank cassette using a stereo. I used a 60-minute audio cassette. I sacrificed tapes on the first few tries, but it will work! If anyone has an easier way, I'm listening.