From: Hársfalvi Levente (hlpublic_at_freestart.hu)
Date: 2005-11-01 22:32:12
Hi!, DD disks used to have a thin but noticeable ring around the hole of the center of the disk; HD disks don't. Levente Steppe wrote: > Michael, > > I think you're trying to find out if your disks are DD or HD, right? I > think that has nothing to do with the terms hard or soft sectored. > > But to find out if your disks are DD or HD, do this: > Just format one, copy some files onto them (in your 1541), then load the > files a couple of times. From what I experienced the chances of loading > a file on a HD disk are miniscule. So, if everything loads fine they > should be DD, if you get load errors, they're HD. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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