Re: Pet 8088 coprocessor board for sale on Ebay

From: Michał Pleban <>
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 21:23:37 +0100
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W dniu 2011-01-17 20:04, Marko Mäkelä pisze:

> This sounds like the Commodore CP/M disk format, which (in the C64 Z80
> cartridge or in the C128 or both) reserve a fixed number of sectors per
> track. A long time ago, I implemented support for the Commodore 128 CP/M
> disk format in cbmconvert. You might find that useful.

That could be - some padding sectors to make all track the same length.

But... the gaps really don't make much sense this way either:

2900 - gap of 2 sectors
2F00 - gap of 3 sectors
3400 - gap of 5 sectors
5100 - gap of 6 sectors

I really don't see any regularity in that.


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