RE: FD-2000
Date: 2001-11-15 07:56:21

>Uh, I'm not entirely clear on this. What is the 'header'? 

Track1, Sector1 (it has the "disk name" in it)

>Secondly, how did
>you get this disk image which has a 1581/1571/1541/Native partition? It
>sounds like a specially created disk image that I created on my c128d.

The disk image is different. I had a friend in Germany create it on any
friends machine specifically for my testing. The "directory" from it using
CBMDISK is attached.

I neither have a SCPU or FD-2000 so had to get the disk sample from someone
else. I also used the SCPUKICK disk from the Unofficial CMD site, but needed
to convert it from Teledisk to D2M format (by writing a real disk, etc).

- nick



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