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Old 26 February 2020, 09:03   #14
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Originally Posted by Armitage View Post
Great stuff there! I have been trying to write a single sided msa image to disk up till this point. I will try creating single- and double-sided driver files and give those a shot.
Try to see if list/info in xadundisk tells you about the geometry of the .msa file.

Totally standard TOS/GEM single-sided format disk is:

LowCyl = 0
HighCyl = 79
BlocksPerTrack = 9
Surfaces = 1

Custom formats used by games (and adventurous users) push sector count (BlocksPerTrack) to 10 or 11, and highest track (HighCyl) as 80, 81, 82. The ability of your drive and software to write those formats may vary.
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