Re: CBM 8280

From: Nicolas Welte (
Date: 1999-08-30 22:52:21

Geoff Oltmans wrote:
> I thought the "QD" format on 5.25" disks still used DD disks, only with
> double the number of tracks (80 vs. 40)?

Not exactly, real QD disks were tested and approved for that track
density. I think they are physically the same as DD disks, but were more

I have some disks here that say "96/100 tpi certified, two sided/double
density", made by BASF. They run fine in a 8250 and SFD1001, but so do
many DD disks. 


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