On Sunday 23 October 2011, you wrote: > Given the fact that I've already tried dumping the disks with an 80 > track drive (HD) - I'm leaning more to my own conclusion which is: > > I need to get hold of a 100 TPI floppy drive and try that with my kryoflux. i dont know what kind of analysis stuff the kryoflux tools offer - but i can tell you that if it is the same format as used with the sfd1001, then you should be able to read *some* tracks correctly. the lowlevel encoding is the same gcr as found on 1541 (and all other cbm drives). you should be able to tell which lowlevel encoding is used by making a histogram of one track (again, no idea what the kryoflux tools let you do). and that said, 100tpi shugart drives seem to be extremely impossible to find these days. i'd rather look for a solution to read those disks with a PET or something :) -- http://www.hitmen-console.org http://magicdisk.untergrund.net http://www.pokefinder.org http://ftp.pokefinder.org Easy to learn = hard to use, Easy to use = hard to learn, Easy to learn and use = won't do what you want it to, Powerful = hard to learn and use, Menu- driven = easy to learn. <Stephen Manes> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-10-23 14:00:03
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