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Old 18 March 2012, 11:07   #161
mr.vince
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If you'd write a disk on a PAL machine, the bitcell size is a bit wider than on NTSC machines. The bitcells is what represents your information. Although AmigaDOS can store exactly the same amount of bytes on each system, disks written on either platform can be identified.

You can ignore this option if you just want to use a disk for whatever reason.
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