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Old 21 November 2001, 18:00   #5
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Absolutely, all standard ADF's should be 880kb (901,120 bytes) in size, unless the user has specified to dump less than 80 tracks, which is pointless unless you're trying to save space and transfer each half of the disk separately and rejoin them afterwards.

If the ADF is not a multiple of 11264, then it is most likely incomplete, probably an error occured during the transfer of the image.

It should still work under emulation, though it could possibly cause a buffer overflow error if it tries to access tracks that aren't present in the ADF, depending on how the disk emulation handles odd sized images.

None of this applies to Extended format ADF's however.
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