Re: Indus GT drive

From: Glenn Holmer (
Date: 2007-01-13 05:57:00

On Friday 12 January 2007 11:36, WhiteWolf wrote:
> > My disks were not all readable (one had been formatted over), but I
> > just bought a set on eBay.  I'll put D64 images on my web site if
> > they're OK.  In the mean time, here's the manual:
> >
> >
> Wow, it's great! Thank you!
> I'm looking forward to see the disk images!

I have what I believe is a complete set now.  There's a utility disk, a 
spreadsheet, a "data manager", and a word processor.  The last three 
are nothing to write home about; in fact, even the utilities look to be 
very simple disk housekeeping tools.  Obviously the hardware was the 
strong suit :)

I only put the utility disk on my site:

(I have to go out of town on business next week anyway).  It was crudely 
copy-protected: track 1 was covered in 29 errors, but they don't seem 
to be checked for.  I made a quick copy, then queried the formatting 
IDs from track 18 and reformatted track 1 with the same IDs so I could 
make the D64.

Glenn Holmer (Q-Link: ShadowM)

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