AtariZoll wrote:Yes, it will work if your floppy drive can access them. And of course if data us still healthy there. I considered it always as bad idea - on such tracks data density is extremely high because it is near to disk center. So, unreliable.
Special driver is not only for tracks over 80, but all - trust me, mine SW uses the same
troed wrote:FWIW, I tried rescuing disk collections using ST Recover for a while before I gave up and outfitted my STE with proper storage media. I went from ~50% successful copies (which I thought was due to media degradation) to ~99% - on the same disks.
troed wrote:I started out with an HxC floppy emu connected so that I have both that and the internal drive (switchable boot order) active. I then followed up with a Unicorn USB flashdrive adapter as hard drive on the ACSI port.
Any solution that gives you SD card or something that the Atari can write to and then read by your PC will work fine. Or have someone with a working setup do the imaging for you
AtariZoll wrote:As said, trying another drive is what can help a most. Another means - 4-5 drives I had luck with that because was servicing computers.
Ah, almost forgot - cleaning disk surface - look threads in SuperCard Pro Copier section about it.
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