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AtariZoll wrote:MSA is floppy image format. If you have internal floppy in PC then : http://atari.8bitchip.info/floimgd.php
Otherwise it will be harder - may write on Atari self with SW like Jay MSA - but need somehow to transfer MSA images to Atari ..
AtariZoll wrote:If MSA image is not over 700KB, you can copy (simple file copy on formatted floppy) it on standard PC 720K floppy - what is possible with USB floppy drives. But not 800K format, used a lot by Atari. Then can write with Jay MSA on another floppy disk on Atari . Since MSA can be packed, it means that can write many 800K images too. There is a way to split larger files too - but you need to read usage of Jay MSA for it ..
But if you are very unlucky, your USB may support only 1.44 MB floppies - then above will not work.
Try to format floppy with command: format a:/n:9 /t:80 .
Mug UK wrote:What files are you looking to transfer? It might be worth investing in an UltraSatan if you want a modern h-drive but based on SD cards plugged into your ST. You can then transfer the MSA files from your PC onto the SD card and write them back to floppy disks using your ST.
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