Re: Is it a hard or soft sectored disk?

From: Richard (
Date: 2005-11-10 18:12:01

In article <>,
    William Levak <>  writes:

> Sorting out which is which is a lot of work.  5.25 disks are still=20
> available and are cheaper than they used to be.  It may be a lot easier t=
> o=20
> just buy some, especially if you can find a dealer that is still stuck=20
> with a stock of them, which he may be glad to get rid of at a reduced=20
> price.  I still see unopend boxes for sale at rummage sales.

There is a vendor local to Salt Lake City that has lots of old C=64
era stuff (he specializes in C=64 items).  I've been to his store and
he is a reputable stand-up sort of guy.  You may or may not like his
prices, but I didn't find them outrageous :-) but they also weren't
bargain basement.  This is their web site: <>

For members of this list, I'll go physically inspect something (maybe
even take photos for you) if you are in doubt about something he
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