rich wrote:On a side note I'm having real trouble with MSA on my Falcon.. lots of the disks are formatted up to track 80, and MSA just can't read that track in most cases, which makes it fail the entire bloody disk - VERY annoying. I try floimg on the PC too, but that more often than not doesn't copy the disk properly - it gives no errors, but the software nearly always bombs out (3 bombs) other than in rare cases. I downloaded JAYMSA which looks great, but crashes when you click 'Disk Compression' in the menu, right after entering a file name.
aktiv8 wrote:Great stuff rich - you're truly an atari legend...
rich wrote:Ok I have uploaded the first 50 disks I made images of. You can find them all here:
There is a text file listing, a complete set as a RAR file, and the individual disks. Grab whatever you want.
rich wrote:Does anyone know why JayMSA crashes so badly for me? (see my post above), it would really help me image up some of the more tricky disks.
rich wrote:Ok I have uploaded another bunch of disks (to the floimg folder on megafile) which brings the total there up to 38, plus the 50 I uploaded earlier - not bad for one day While reading some intros I found out that most of these groups all belonged to one 'large group' (ala union / corporation / etc) called: The Collaboration.
The members were:
The Blues Brothers
So it explains a little why they all share very similar looking menus! None of these groups cracked anything as far as I can tell, just pure menu compilations using cracks from crews that actually could
felicemaggie wrote:My first choice was the GamebaseST team, although Dbug will also get a copy
rich wrote:My guess is that floimg, while great, isn't perfect by a long shot
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