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Old 15 August 2018, 21:33   #1
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Kyroflux free

The images you create with Kyroflux free can be used strate away in Winuae or with the Kyroflux hardware to write back to disk?

This is different from the IPF dumping software?
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The CTraw images need to be passed in IPF to be written back.
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Old 15 August 2018, 23:19   #3
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The CTraw images need to be passed in IPF to be written back.
So you can't create an image with Kyroflux free then write it back with Kyroflux yourself?
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So you can't create an image with Kyroflux free then write it back with Kyroflux yourself?
IF you have a kryoflux board, you don't need Kryoflux free.

The kryoflux board allows to write back only the KFraw heavy dumps.

The command is :

DTC -ftrack00.0.raw -w
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But I can't create an image with Kyroflux free and send it to someone with Kyroflux hardware to write to disk?
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But I can't create an image with Kyroflux free and send it to someone with Kyroflux hardware to write to disk?
The CTraw format is closed format. It's mostly made to be used in emulators.

The DTC console doesn't write this type of file.
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Thanks for your Replys That's a bit Crud

Another question I think there was a command line tool made by Toni that could cover Ipf to eAdf?
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Thanks for your Replys That's a bit Crud

Another question I think there was a command line tool made by Toni that could cover Ipf to eAdf?
Ok it's uaeunp

Can this convert a eADF to a format Kyroflux can write?

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