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.st creation request

Postby Cronos » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:12 pm

I have a request. I have two ZIP files that are, together, bigger than a HD Atari ST disk. However I would ideally like them to somehow fit into one .ST file that can be opened by an emulator and then used like it's a really big floppy (or a very small hard disk if you will).

The files can be found at http://st-news.com/down/st_n111c.zip and http://st-news.com/down/features.zip

Could anyone help me out?
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Re: .st creation request

Postby AtariZoll » Thu Sep 10, 2015 6:54 pm

Here is it:

Btw. you can do it self simply: Create logical drive in emulator - what means that you assign some folder on your hard disk to be Atari partition, then unzip in that folder files you want. After that you will be able to access them from emulated Atari on drive C:, or whatever letter you assigned.
Can create floppy image file in Disk menu. I did with parameters: 2 sides, 80 tracks (0-79) and 22 sectors/track . Copy on it using Atari Desktop.
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Re: .st creation request

Postby lotek_style » Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:03 pm

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