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Old 06 November 2017, 18:52   #3
meynaf
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Originally Posted by mark_k View Post
Do many ST disks have data past cylinder 80?
Yes. On Amiga it's quite rare - if it ever happens - but on the ST it's common. I've seen disks going up to track 83
Of course that data isn't always meaningful but how to know if it is or not ? Better copy everything.


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You could try using the SPS dumping tool ctprog. Once you have the .raw files you could load them into the HxC floppy emulator format and save to .ST(X) files.
The SPS dumping tool isn't public download and i doubt they will send it to me for things they either already have, or are cracked versions...
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