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View Poll Results: Which Program is the best ?
A-Copier 1 0.37%
Amiga Copy 1 0.37%
Burstnibbler 3 1.12%
Fast Lightning 4 1.49%
Fast'Em 0 0%
Fat Tracks 0 0%
Hercules Copy 0 0%
Mirror Copier 0 0%
Mirror Hacker Package 0 0%
Parameter Copier 1 0.37%
RawCopy 1 0.37%
White Lightning 4 1.49%
Workbench Disk Copy 1 0.37%
X-Copy 225 83.96%
Other (please list) 27 10.07%
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Old 24 December 2004, 10:30   #1
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Favorite Amiga Disk Copier

What was your favorite program ?
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Old 24 December 2004, 16:12   #2
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Other: Tetra-Copy
 
Old 24 December 2004, 17:24   #3
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RattleCopy Pro, awesome!
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Old 24 December 2004, 18:19   #4
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Where's D-Copy?
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Old 24 December 2004, 19:06   #5
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X-Copy Pro.....
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Old 24 December 2004, 19:48   #6
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i voted for x-copy (6.1?), but Cyclone, wich required the connection scrambler for drive df1: was a breeze
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Old 24 December 2004, 20:22   #8
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Other : DirOpus V4.12 ... the program I used the most so it was obvious to use it for disc copying too
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Old 24 December 2004, 20:32   #9
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Xcopy Pro for me. That little wonder saved me loads of money
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Old 24 December 2004, 21:01   #10
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Old 25 December 2004, 02:05   #11
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X-Copy was by far the most used copier. You couldn't go to a meeting of Amiga folk without the noise of the legendary 'bong', that indicated copy complete, being heard every three seconds,
D-Copy came into it's own later on in the Amiga's life.
 
Old 25 December 2004, 08:46   #12
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X-Copy for me too.
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Old 25 December 2004, 12:37   #13
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I remember there was a copier with like a 500x100 window and regular Intuition buttons, you clicked a source and then up to 3 destinations. It was small and reliable. Can't remember the name though. Maybe I'm confusing it with the DMS thingy, but I don't think so. Otherwise I'd have to go for X-Copy Pro, although I was hardly a swapper, so I can't say as I spent much time with either one.
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Old 26 December 2004, 04:32   #14
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I remember there was a copier with like a 500x100 window and regular Intuition buttons, you clicked a source and then up to 3 destinations. It was small and reliable. Can't remember the name though. Maybe I'm confusing it with the DMS thingy, but I don't think so. Otherwise I'd have to go for X-Copy Pro, although I was hardly a swapper, so I can't say as I spent much time with either one.
Could it have been P-Copy ?
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Old 30 December 2004, 05:12   #15
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PowerCopy Pro. Was much better at copying protected originals than anything else I tried (and I tried most of them...)
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Old 30 December 2004, 13:38   #16
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Old 30 December 2004, 16:55   #17
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close poll... i think x-copy just might shade it...
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Old 31 December 2004, 07:39   #18
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Other for me

Other is TetraCopy for me too. Always good to play a game whilst copying disks. Wasn't there one where you could play pac-man too?
 
Old 31 December 2004, 12:28   #19
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X-Copy, yes.
But does anyone even remember SAFE II by Michael Pendec, one of the original developers of XCopy III / Cachet?
Nice one too.

D-Copy? Well, I only had the pre-release 0.9 in my Amiga heyday, and thus didn't use it much
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Old 31 December 2004, 13:19   #20
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Would have been X-Copy if not for the intrusion of Tetracopy.... yeah they shouldve put different games in though, snake n stuff... ohhh Tetracopy :-D
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