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Old 06 October 2007, 01:23   #5
Graham Humphrey
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Okay, so you click on the "Read" button to read the disk and create an ADF file. A file requester should come up at this point - you select what the ADF file should be called and where you want it to be saved to (somewhere on your hard drive). Don't select the powerscsi disk as it will try to write to that - the program automatically reads from the disk in the drive so you don't need to select the disk, you only choose where you want the resulting ADF file to be written.

Hope this is some help to you
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