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AMSTRAD CPC FIRMWARE MANUAL
written by Bob Taylor and Thomas Defoe

 compiled/archived by David Cantrell / John Kavanagh
 type of document : PDF
 source : Dave's Free Press

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

TEACH YOURSELF AMSTRAD BASIC - A TUTORIAL GUIDE - PART 1
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

TEACH YOURSELF AMSTRAD BASIC - A TUTORIAL GUIDE - PART 2
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

DMP2000 PRINTER - MANUEL UTILISATEUR (FRENCH MANUAL)
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

DMP2160 PRINTER - GUIDE DE L'UTILISATEUR (FRENCH MANUAL)
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

AMSTRAD DDI-1 DISK DRIVE - MANUEL DE L'UTILISATEUR (FRENCH MANUAL)
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

AMSTRAD MP2F PERITEL ADAPTER - MANUEL UTILISATEUR (FRENCH MANUAL)
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

AMX MOUSE - GUIDE DE L'UTILISATEUR (USER MANUAL)
written by Cygnet Computer Consultants Limited

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

  Please click here if the link to the documentation is broken

AMSTRAD LP-1 LIGHT PEN - INSTRUCTIONS POUR L'UTILISATEUR (FRENCH MANUAL)
written by Amstrad

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

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MARK 2 LIGHT PEN - USER MANUAL
written by Electric Studio Products

 compiled/archived by Charles Da Silva
 type of document : PDF
 source : Amstrad.CPC

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