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Old 25 April 2020, 19:39   #21
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Ooops, forgot about the clock, my 1200 has no battery. And I just mounted the adfs and copied the unbroken files across.
I didnt even think about the dates changing.
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Old 25 April 2020, 20:33   #22
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Jungle Command Work-Disk v1.0

Can't see it in TOSEC and not identified in ADFW DB: Jungle Command Work-Disk v1.0.adf

Sector 1229 destroyed by Lamer Exterminator type B, affects font-edit (160,836 bytes) which appears to be 'The Calligrapher'!

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Old 25 April 2020, 20:36   #23
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Ooops, forgot about the clock, my 1200 has no battery. And I just mounted the adfs and copied the unbroken files across.
I didnt even think about the dates changing.
Yeah, the prog mai is using can actually repair just the block and it's info that's damaged, does a hell of a lot more than just file copying
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Old 25 April 2020, 21:35   #24
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Can't see it in TOSEC and not identified in ADFW DB: Jungle Command Work-Disk v1.0.adf

Sector 1229 destroyed by Lamer Exterminator type B, affects font-edit (160,836 bytes) which appears to be 'The Calligrapher'!
Lucky , This file is only available on one other known disc.
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CRC32 based identification :
Clean disk______*[F9958952] A00101
Warez scene - Softgallo Team 01 - A00101

calligrapher | 160.836|384376BF|OK|OK|OK|1986.08.01 13:35|
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Old 25 April 2020, 23:33   #25
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Awesome, i'd say a 100% success rate isn't too bad is it

Not found anymore yet you'll be glad to know, thanks for the effort thus far, top man
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Old 29 April 2020, 11:05   #26
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Good job, guys!
I found a version closer to the original for JC's Work-Disk v1.0.
It shows traces of the Kopykat hack.
Code:
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| s/startup-sequence     |
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| assign smartdisk: df0: |
| easytitle pic2         |
| tjc                    |
| loadwb                 |
| endcli                 |
 ------------------------ 

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| s/startup-sequence [DEL] |
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| assign smartdisk: df0:   |
| tjc                      |
| loadwb                   |
| endcli                   |
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Old 29 April 2020, 17:09   #27
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Seems that has an extra prog seeilbm that doesn't appear to be on any of the menus or in the s-s, plus copy & delete have been removed so it can fit on the disk!
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Good job, guys!
Please check correction thread too!
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Old 29 April 2020, 19:00   #29
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It's done ;-)
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Old 01 May 2020, 13:36   #30
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LSD Docs 44

OK, found another disk that's corrupt, but not the actual files, just the data in them! It has 2 corrupt files and according to ADFW and the DB's I have installed isn't recognised as an LSD Docs Disk, dosen't even have the Mini-Nuke bootblock, but says its possible altered by doscopy so wondering if it's been file copied to a new disk?

Files that are corrupt are:
LatticeC62.pt1 (45246 bytes)
SimLife..part2 (34606 bytes, should be 46318 bytes)

Both files are on the 'real' LSD Docs 44, both files on my disk are valid ADOS files as I can copy them off the disk, but they are CrunchMania data files and both show as corrupt when unpacking? That is strange, as I would expect the files to show read/write errors and not have valid checksums when the files data is corrupt?

Is it worth repairing or shall I just file copy the 2 files from the one of the disks on the server?

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Your version seems to have been recreated after extracting files from a damaged disk. Some data is missing between the beginning and the end of the file.

LatticeC62.pt3
good file : 43434 bytes
bad file : 38066 bytes
delta : 5368 bytes > data for 11 sectors are missing (488*11)


Why don't you just throw this disk away? There are already many variants of this disk.
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CRC32 based identification :
     Clean disk_______*[A0DBD398] Warez scene - Abaddon Utilities #1 - docs - lsd-44
     |                            Warez scene - Amiga DMS-LHA CD03 - Games18 - Lsd-044
     |                            Warez scene - Belgian Amiga Trader Disc 3 - DOC - LSD44
     |                            Warez scene - Belgian Spreading Association Factories DVD1 - LSD44
     |                            Warez scene - Cement City - Amiga1 - 1993-11 - LSD_044
     |                            Warez scene - Feed Back #2 - LSD-DOCS - LSD-44
     |                            Warez scene - KKapusta 4 - DOC - LSD_44
     |                            Warez scene - PHInc 4 - UTILS - DD073
     |                            Warez scene - Phoenix 2 - DOCS - LSD-44
     |                            Warez scene - Softgallo Team 12 - A07645
     |                            Warez scene - VBS CD4 - PD14 - lsd_docdisk44
     |                            Warez scene - Zenlandia 2 - FILES26 - LSD_044
     |_DOSCopy_________[A4F76FA8] Warez scene - PHInc 6 - IGRE - 2285

TOP 20 based on track and cylinder identification :
             1)  98.3% [54ADD222] LSD Docs Disk 44 (1993-11-07)(LSD)[m]
                                  Warez scene - Belgian Spreading Association Factories DVD1 - 03541
             2)  97.5% [1ABDF4FD] Warez scene - Amiga Oldies - LSD_044
             3)  97.1% [8D0D1D18] Warez scene - SSC (Soft Selling Company) - 2121 - LSD Dox 44    (1-1)
                 97.1% [0965A0EB] Warez scene - Amiga Collection 2 - 1341
             4)  96.7% [81FD03CA] Break's Amiga Demo Scene - 20151221 - LSD - LSD-DocDisk44
                                  LSD Docs Disk 44 (1993-11-07)(LSD)
                                  amigascne - Docdisks - LSD-DocDisk44[DMS]
             5)  88.3% [94833A41] LSD Docs Disk 44 (1993-11-07)(LSD)[m2][updated]
                                  Warez scene - The Amiga Archive Volume VI - DOCS - LSD-044
                 88.3% [C3B9FA99] LSD Docs Disk 44 (1993-11-07)(LSD)[updated]
                                  Warez scene - Bloggs 96 - Z-DOCS - LSD_044
                                  Warez scene - The New Amiga CD [aka Amiga 95] CD2 - DOCS - LSD_044
                 88.3% [392961C4] LSD Docs Disk 44 (1993-11-07)(LSD)[m][updated]
                                  Warez scene - The New Amiga CD [aka Amiga 95] CD1 - LSD - LSD44
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Old 01 May 2020, 17:43   #32
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Yeah, didn't think it was worth bothering with, i'll copy over it with a good TOSEC version
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