Thread: ADFs > 880/1.76
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Old 15 November 2005, 21:27   #3
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Originally Posted by Toni Wilen
Use "custom" floppy image but I recommend to learn the difference between regular and extended (raw) adfs first.

Regular 880k ADF contains about 2M of raw (unencoded) data...
Any sources to read about this? Will custom floppy allow me to copy files directly to it? As far as I know, if the disk requires formatting, it will be formatted to 880/1.76 which should be sort for the 2+ MB I want to copy.
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