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Old 10 August 2020, 11:40   #1
chip
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Some oversized ADFs

Hi guys

I have more than 1.000 ADFs which are oversized

They are exactly 923.648 bytes

I am not an expert, but i think this means there are two cylinders added, the number 80 and 81

I can fix these to standard 901.120 bytes thanks to ADF Workshop

I think it simply eliminate the additional cylinders

Can i do this operation without no problems ?

Or i risk to lose some important data with the fixing ?

Thanks for attention, chip

P.S. I surely tried some of these before and after the fix and it seems that all works in the right way
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Old 10 August 2020, 16:51   #2
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Hi guys

I have more than 1.000 ADFs which are oversized

They are exactly 923.648 bytes

I am not an expert, but i think this means there are two cylinders added, the number 80 and 81

I can fix these to standard 901.120 bytes thanks to ADF Workshop

I think it simply eliminate the additional cylinders

Can i do this operation without no problems ?

Or i risk to lose some important data with the fixing ?

Thanks for attention, chip

P.S. I surely tried some of these before and after the fix and it seems that all works in the right way

http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?...48#post1357821


your post #151
and afterwards some replies!!
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