From: Pete Rittwage (peter_at_rittwage.com)
Date: 2007-12-03 15:54:15
> On Montag 03 Dezember 2007, Antitrack@networld.at wrote: > >> Furthermore, I think you should directly dump the GCR sector data (324 >> byte/ sector) to the sectors of the HD, instead of the alreadyconverted >> real data, so we'd have a nibbler and a very fast mass transfer system >> at >> the same time. How exciting! > > ehrm, excuse my ignorance but... when you go down to GCR level, seperating > it > into sectors doesnt make a lot of sense. if you did that, the use would be > very limited. Yes, we could detect track capacity and just dump a track cycle. There is an issue where we would need more memory in the drive to be able to process it. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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