Hallo William, Thanks for the explanation but to be honest I still did not understand it completely. > Judging from the number of the 8280 drive, it should be analogous to the > 8250 drive, that is Double sided Quad Density (DSQD). Almost nobody uses > QD disks in an 8250. DSDD disks work just fine. Anyway the above took my interest. I've been collecting 2S/DD 96TPI en 2S/4D 96TPI floppys for the last year because I just did not trust the above statement. My question: is there a little more simple way why I can use DDas well, why they sometimes can be used in PC 1.2 MB-drives (and sometimes not) and why HD can not be used in the 8250? Thanks! Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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