RE: FD-2000 and CMD Native Partition Info
Date: 2001-11-16 07:11:10

Hi Todd,

>After some preliminary disassembly of FD-TOOLS program, I ascertained that
>the default partition number is located at offset $e2 & $e3 located in the
>Hardware Block of the system partition of a FD-2000 formatted diskette. It
>is not a word value, but a value representing the default partition is
>stored twice. For example, if partition #2 was set the default partition,
>offset $e2 and $e3 would contain a value of 2 each. Anyway, I will confirm
>this when I do make some test FD-2000 disks and use 1581COPY to load them
>into my PC and use HIEW.

Thanks! This is a good find - look forward to confirmation.

- Nick


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