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Old 28 March 2012, 07:40   #62
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Prowler - You are right after all. I changed the program to stop after one of those sector variables went out of bounds and it did. If I'm reading these sources right, it looks like the header data are only tested for accuracy after the numbers have already been printed. Here is one I had turn up: 255 69 82 93. The simplest way to fix it would be to put the check ahead of the line print. From my observations the program won't continue until the numbers return to normal and the sector is either read correctly or aborted.
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