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Old 08 April 2018, 05:50   #61
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Part 02 in the zone

I'm sure some of this is duplicated stuff, but i'm imaging it all regardless just incase there is differences.
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Old 08 April 2018, 06:53   #62
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Old 08 April 2018, 10:07   #63
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Is it that hard to provide files with proper extension?
In general some additional information would be interesting too:
What tool to dump the floppy disks?
What have you got from Subzero, floppy disks only?
If you have got HDDs too, have you the hardware to extract content too?

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Old 08 April 2018, 12:19   #64
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Is it that hard to provide files with proper extension?
In general some additional information would be interesting too:
What tool to dump the floppy disks?
What have you got from Subzero, floppy disks only?
If you have got HDDs too, have you the hardware to extract content too?
Feel free to rename the disks as you like, including extension
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Old 08 April 2018, 13:05   #65
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Feel free to rename the disks as you like, including extension
not a problem for myself with the use of bulk renamer.
just i wonder, if there is an option in used dumping tool to add extension automatically?
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not a problem for myself with the use of bulk renamer.
just i wonder, if there is an option in used dumping tool to add extension automatically?
I will check
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Old 08 April 2018, 14:51   #67
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are you using Diskripper Phil ?
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are you using Diskripper Phil ?
My favorite:
http://aminet.net/package/disk/misc/DiskRipper1.52
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yes this tool is the one use to image the BS1 collection. You can process 80 disks a day with that and very quickly.
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Does Diskripper work like DMS where it only needs a small amount of memory to image direct to hard drive?

My processor card for my A1200 is farting around so I had to remove it, so i've been using TransADF because that uses hardly any memory, whereas DiskWiz and similar utilities appear to allocate the full size of the disk for ram, and thats no good.

As soon as I can figure out the problem with this card, its not an issue.
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Dumping a disk is much harder than cracking a disk!
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Dumping a disk is much harder than cracking a disk!
I think not!
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2MB Ram is plenty. And you don't need a fancy expansion card to make it go faster
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2MB Ram is plenty. And you don't need a fancy expansion card to make it go faster
Card sorted itself out so ive got all ram back, will try diskrip tonight.
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Part 03 in the zone

Part 3 in the zone, contains 29 disks.

getting a few damaged disks, but there are 2 .lha archives in this part as I was able to copy all the files from the disk and archive separately, the damage to the disk wasn't where the files were!

Lots more to do
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Cheers for the efforts, hopefully there's some completely new stuff that will make this effort you are putting in pay off.
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Cheers for the efforts, hopefully there's some completely new stuff that will make this effort you are putting in pay off.
I'm thinking there will be, theres disks (originals) going back to 1986!
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Diskripper downloaded, lets see if this is any better
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Part 3 in the zone, contains 29 disks.

getting a few damaged disks, but there are 2 .lha archives in this part as I was able to copy all the files from the disk and archive separately, the damage to the disk wasn't where the files were!

Lots more to do
cant access the zone!?!?
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