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Old 20 March 2006, 21:45   #21
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Well look at all the replies seriously though just read through and was surprised at the response generated, im tempted to try setting up a twin floppy drive setup and use Disk2FDI in my mini server/test box im cobbling together as I have plenty of spare drives to experiment with.

Congrats to Toni for proving that Winuae could use fdrawcmd.sys even though its just to make floppy noises
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Old 22 March 2006, 17:04   #22
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Originally Posted by obo
fdrawcmd.sys works at the PC controller level, so it can read/write almost any PC protected disks
Hey WindowsKiller, you listening too?

Sounds like decent support for those ancient 5.25'' PC "booters" now, which might even be quite a good news for SPS! (at least theoretically, that is)
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Old 31 March 2006, 18:26   #23
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Windows-compatible ADF imager using fdrawcmd.sys released.


- Windows 2000/XP/2003
- BIOS support for 2 floppy drives
- 2 non-USB floppy drives installed on the same cable ("Disk2FDI method")
- Regular format Amiga disks without any copy-protection
- A normal PC-formatted 1.44M floppy

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