John West wrote: >Vorpal uses its own disk format, so don't expect it to work at all. >The block headers are the same, and the blocks are the same length, but >the actual data is stored differently - they use their own code instead >of the normal GCR. > >What you need is software that gives you raw data off the disk, before >the GCR conversion. It shouldn't be too hard to write something, since >you can use the standard routines for finding the blocks. It has been >a very long time since I've done any 1541 programming, so I can't give >you many details. Burstnibbler does raw copying of any diskette (even original geos disks). BTW, needs a parallel cable between c64 and 1541. Frank
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