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Old 03 November 2017, 01:34   #5
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Originally Posted by NorthWay View Post
Ehm...?
Are yo sure you want what you say? When I transfered my data I just took my old drives, hooked them up to a scsi controller, and dd dumped them to files. The files were simply given hdf extensions and WinUAE accepted them just like that.
Shouldn't a drive created with WinUAE be the same?
My app can already read HDF files, but they have no RDB or partitions, so I need files with these things to test my code.

WinUAE has the original AmigaOS hard drive software so probably used that to read your disk images
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