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Old 15 March 2002, 11:30   #3
P-J
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You'll find that drilling/cutting a hole into the DD disks to convert them into HD disks will cause ridiculous amounts of errors, but the reverse process you're talking about *should* theoretically give you a super HQ DD disk. Now that's what I'm talking about

The last company I worked for had a 'MISYS' server, which was basically a 68020 terminal based thing. We used to get sent up to 30 update disks a week. These were all HQ DD disks, so I took them home and ADF2DISK'd a few ADF's onto them. They worked really well. Maybe you could see if any friends or local businesses use a similar system. Sounds wacky, I know, but free DD disks always work better. It's the gratis thing
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