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Old 07 June 2020, 21:48   #1
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adf opus issues


I tired this to drag over my whole samples directory into a adf in adf opus but got this error: "could not copy file. there is insufficient free space on the destination drive"

I have a whole load of Amiga samples I would like to try to use with Octamed, using a Goteck drive to boot Octamed from and thought if I could make my samples directory an adf I could load this too via the selector.adf, not sure if possible or I need to get a second Gotek to load samples from. Bit stuck trying to use Octamed with Gotek on my A500.
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Old 07 June 2020, 21:53   #2
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How big is your directory? ADF files are 880k max so you will only get so many onto one ADF. If you split it into multiple ADF files then I guess it could work.
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Thanks for your reply. I am prob going the wrong way about this, I have a Gotek and just need to run Octamed and load samples up, there's prob an easier way? Will try splitting samples up in the meantime. Thanks again.
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