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Old 17 August 2013, 00:49   #41
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2 more programs not appearing on your list:

1. PD-Copy or Professional D-Copy. Very similar to D-Copy. In fact, it seems to be the very same just with a different GUI.

2. Select-Copy, complete in German. Nothing special as far as I remember. As you can see on the screen shot the names Spreadpoint, Defjam & CCS appear in the program. I can't say if this was written or cracked by these people.
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Old 22 March 2014, 22:00   #42
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Always amazed me the scratching of the chip info - seems common practise
They are 74HC4066AP chips. I have made a MACII hardware schematic in 1993 with DPaint.


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Old 31 March 2014, 13:27   #43
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Did you ever understand how to use MACII? I bought it and could never copy anything with it, but with cyclone and its dongle it copied nearly everything!
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what is the best copy prog for protection disks, also for overtake bad tracks - bad disk?
i have use many years ago that progs... :|
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Old 31 March 2014, 14:18   #45
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MAC II was a Rip off of Super-Card Ami, the same software and eveything but with the name changed - I always thought it better than cyclone.
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They are 74HC4066AP chips. I have made a MACII hardware schematic in 1993 with DPaint.
Thanks dude any idea what chip was used in powercopy?
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Old 03 June 2015, 17:41   #46
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@ Pheonix - OK, attached is a .zip file which contains:

AllCopy System 2 - .adf copy of the original program disk

Bamiga Sector One Copy Disk 10 - .adf compilation disk with loads of copiers

System Z Copy Disk - .adf compilation disk with loads of copiers

Amiga Yorkshire Mega Disk 7 - .adf compilation disk with loads of copiers

Where I got those copy disks from when I was a kid? - who knows! Anyways - enjoy.
Can you (or somebody else) please re-upload all those disks?
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MAC II was a Rip off of Super-Card Ami, the same software and eveything but with the name changed - I always thought it better than cyclone.


Thanks dude any idea what chip was used in powercopy?
Sorry, i don't have the powercopy hardware. But i think they all use the same family of chips (bilateral switch intended for the transmission or multiplexing of analog or digital signals)

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Did you ever understand how to use MACII?
YES, very powerful disk copier ! I copied all my original games, even with "synchro indexed track" like "Rodland" game.
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Old 06 March 2016, 19:36   #49
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Ok I guess its possible to make one in theory but with some many people moving on from floppys......
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Old 26 October 2016, 14:18   #50
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Hello, people.

I remember having seen a lesser-known disk copier, which had a graphical interface and a button to toggle a very beautiful, nostalgic little tune. I had ripped the mod out of the copier (was named baby.mod) and, well, at some point lost both the copier and the mod.

I keep squeezing my brain, but I can't remember the name of the program and all these years of searching have yielded nothing. I'd be grateful if someone helped, because I'm still hearing the tune inside my head. The copier was part of a pre-1991 compilation disk.
 
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bootblock copier

There was also the bootblock copier, which was in the copydisk bootblock menu from random access / switch by pressing the right mouse button..it pops up

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inside the BS1 part 80.zip is this disk Ultimate Copy disk 26 random access.raw, which have two rare files i believe, the Bootblock copier and ST-COPY, but disk have error so not working st copy is somehow working but i don't know what and how to start and what it will copy in the end but as far as i remember it should backup some psygnosis games..??





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or was it Barbarian which you could copy with ST-COPY..???
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Ok, after a rather looooong search process, I've compiled a list of Amiga copy programs. I find it hard to believe that it is complete, and yet I only have a small percentage of them. I've marked the ones I have, along with the version(s) I have of them (marked by **.) Also, many seem to have hardware (dongle ir special enterface of some sort,) options. I have no idea if they are an "option" or "required" by most of them. The suspected/known hardware enable copiers are marked with (HW). Any help in tracking these down, and/or the different version numbers or details of each would be appreciated. Also, copiers that I "suspect" may actually be different revisions of the same program are put together, seperated by /'s.

One I've come across (Lockpick v2,) also has a readme file on the disk that states that it is open source, and to refer to the "source" files, along with instructions on building parameter lists (info on actually building parameters included with source,) included in the archive. However, all I've found is a "prepared" disk that has the source file, instructions, and such removed. I'm looking for the original archive if anyone knows about it. Thank you

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ACopy/A-Copier
AllCopy System v1 & 2 (HW) *v2*
Amiga Copy
Apex (HW)
Blit-A-Copy 2.0
Blitzcopy (HW)
BurstNibbler
Champion Diskcopier
Cool Copier *v1.0*
Copy-C *v1.1*
CVParameter
D-Copy *v3.1*
Disco-scopie
Disk Avenger
FastCopier
Fast Lightning
Fast'Em
Fat Tracks
Flash Copy *v0.9(alpha)*
Hercules Copy
Lockpick *v1 & 2*
Mac II (HW)
Marauder][ *v1.1 Brain 8 - Problem*
Maverick *v1, 2, 3, 4, & 5* (v2+ HW)
Mirror Copier
Mirror Hacker Package
MT-Copy (HW) *v1.01*
Nib *v2.0*
Nibbler
P-Copy
Parameter Copier
PowerCopier/PowerCopy/PowerCopy Pro (HW) *Pro v1.05*
Project-D *v1.1 - 2.2 Parameter Files 0389 - 1290*
Quick Copier
QuickNibble *v1.152*
RattleCopy/RattleCopy Pro *v?.?? (Pac-Man), Pro v4.0 Brain 6*
RawCopy *v1.3g & 1.3n*
Reaper v1.0, 1.1, & 2.0 *v1.0*
Safe II
Sanity-Copy *v?.?*
Siegfried Copy (HW) *v1.1 & v1.5*
Super-Card Ami (HW)
Superduper
Superkit *v1.0*
SuperHack *v1.0*
Syncro Express 1, 2, 3, 4, & maybe 5 (HW) *v3*
Tetra Copier/Tetra-Copy
Turbo Backup
Unicopy *v1.0*
White Lightning
XCopy/XCopy Pro/Cyclone(HW) *MANY MANY Versions*
ZCopier
* I haven't been able to check a couple of the versions I have yet, will update that later*

Thank you

p.s. Let me know if you need any of mine for your own collection.







searthinf for this copiers
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Can you (or somebody else) please re-upload all those disks?



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