> I use my Amiga (DD) to transfer files to my FD2000 (HD) drive, using > Pasi's c1581. [..] sometimes have problems reading files on the FD > that the DD Amiga has written There is an infinitesimal chance that c1581's non-standard GAP's cause this. You see, after each sector header and sector data block there is a sector GAP, which is filled with valid MFM. Normally it is 101010.. or 010101..., but because it seemed so cool, I had c1581 put my name and URL there.. I wonder if anyone would've noticed if I hadn't said anything. :-) You could store some real info, but the 1581 couldn't normally read them anyway.. -Pasi -- "Boy, I need a drink. Water, straight up." -- Garibaldi in Babylon 5:"Survivors" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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