Hallo Martijn, > (In that case, you may want to use LBA adressing > instead - most disks > 500MB probably support that. No conversion > required). I first have to find out what LBA exactly is. If LBA deals with 256 sectors and 256 heads, then LBA is equivalent to lineair coding which simplifies things a lot. Unfortunately most disks I have laying around are < 500 MB :( So I cannot use LBA anyway (for the moment). > block(t,h,s)= (t * HDHEADS + h ) * HDSECT + s That is correct. But now I need someone willing to translate this equation in ML. The only way _I_ know how to do multiplications is by doing a loop of addititions. And I know that this certainly not the fastest way. So therefor my plea for help. Same for the division-stuff. The most important thing for me is the TTHS/Lineair conversion. Once I know how this is done, I could do the Lineair/BAM conversion myself. ___ / __|__ / / |_/ Groetjes, Ruud \ \__|_\ \___| http://Ruud.C64.org Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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