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Old 28 July 2015, 15:50   #10
mark_k
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Originally Posted by rabindranath72 View Post
I have created a 21Mb HDF file, and used RDB and then set the manual geometry option to reproduce the format of a WD93028 hard disk (782 cylinders, 2 heads, 27 sectors). This hard disk is pre-configured in the A2091 install disk, and I choose the WD93028 configuration. At reboot the drive is apparently recognised (DH0:NDOS) but then when I try to format it, I get the "not a dos disk" alert at the end.
What is the exact length in bytes of the HDF you're using?

782󫎾7512 = 21,620,736

So your HDF needs to be at least that many bytes long.
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