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Old 19 November 2016, 21:43   #21
mark_k
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I don't think the disk I dumped has been written to since it was new. But I bought it used so can't be certain. Here's the same disk dumped in a Teac FD-235HF drive:
Code:
https://www.media!fire.com/?67dm65hfdw07765
I think both dumps are good. They look pretty weird in HxCFloppyEmulator's disk view, but I could use disk-analyse to create identical IPFs (apart from the embedded date/time) from each.
I have another copy of Karate Kid II that I have owned from new. It came with my A500 a looong time ago. I'm pretty certain that disk was never written to. I don't have access to it right now, but I did create an MFMWarp dump of it several years ago. If anyone is curious (we're getting a bit off-topic here), I have uploaded the MFMWarp image of that to
Code:
https://www.media!fire.com/?85l8e5rqb9b7knq
Just to reiterate: the MFMWarp image was created from a different original disk to the .scp dumps. You can use MFMWarp to check the track lengths:
MFMWarp VIEWF "Karate Kid Part II.MFM"
(Notice they're different to the track lengths of the .scp dumps.)
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