From: Hársfalvi Levente (levente_at_terrasoft.hu)
Date: 2002-07-09 16:03:08
groepaz wrote: > > Hello Nate, > > Monday, July 08, 2002, 8:45:07 PM, you wrote: > > >> All 360KB drives (i.e. DD drives) are 300 RPM ones. The 1541 on the other > >> hand uses 360RPM (like 5.25" HD drives). > > ND> Last I knew, 1541's are 300 RPM? > > indeed they are Shouldn't be the answer, that the Catweasel software (or maybe even the hardware) was created with HD drives in mind? All it has to do is to expect the bit timings to be faster by a factor of 360/300. I guess they expected a HD 5.25" drive to be installed (if at all...) rather than a "300 RPM" but more obsolete 360K DD one. Still, since the Catweasel is able to read Amiga disks (3.5" DD) that are also 300 RPM ones, I guess the timing (thus the drive type) of the C= disk reading process must be simply a matter of software; if it's not possible by simply using some command line switches then it should be possible by hacking into the disk reader code... L. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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