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Old 28 March 2016, 16:48   #16
turrican9
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Another thing is that using floppies/floppy emulators for games instead of whdload is first of all most of us were using floppies back in the day and did not have a hard drive and secondly, cracked floppy games have trainers (cracktros can also be quite nostalgic). whdload games usually don't have trainers and of course no cracktros. In general I find that using floppies, even from the Gotek is more nostalgic than using whdload. Loading Gotek menu to mount floppy images every time is not the solution. I have over 500 ADF images loaded into tracks and have a list of what adf is in what track. This way it's much faster to load up a game, demo or program.
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