RE: More detail... Help with copying D64 files to Disk

From: Scott <>
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 10:31:37 -0400
Message-ID: <002501ca54b6$b1a9b270$14fd1750$@net>

> I guess this proves that you can build a disk and run a text only BASIC
program - you can > successfully build a disk.  Now you can focus on the
other variables.  I have plenty more "normal" > D64 files on my web site to
download in the d64 library directory, these were all made from > original
disks by me, and uploaded to my web site.  No tweaking.  I am sure a small
percentage may > not work (ie if the disk was bad, the copy will be bad
too), caveot emptor.

> It sounds like you have the utilities you need, but I have alternatives on
my site if you need them, things that I have found that work.

> I was able to build the Bedlam image on a C128 that I bought at the local
flea market and a 1541 drive.  (using MMC64 and RR-NET with WarpCopy64).
It's a 201 block program, pretty hefty.  I am in the 
> process of loading the works.   Cool game.    
Definitely a good test in that it pushes your hardware to the limit.

So you copied the D64 to a SD Card and then copied it to the 1571 using
WarpCopy64? Bummer, I can try any of that. Do you have a XA1541 adapter that
you could try with OpenCBM to build the disk then see if it works. Or do you
know someone that may have this setup? 


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