Brume wrote:@DrCoolZic: at the moment, I'm trying to image non protected disks (mainly menus disks). I just want to produce .ST files. I've used kryoflux-ui.jar with MFM sector image settings. It works nice when the disk is 80/2/10 formatted. But as soon it's only 80/2/9, the image-disk produced is messy. I've tried to force the Sector Count to 9, but it doesn't produce better results. Do I need to change some other setting?
Hippy Dave wrote:Just by reading peoples comments on Kyroflux, my skeptical opinion has been declining from the beginning. By now they should have Kryflux2 just to be convincing in a marketing sense (or to reset my declining opinion). Kyroflux2 should give you independence from having to contact them for any reason, and allow you full functionality of the product. Save your old floppies, maybe someone will connect an ADC to a floppy drive to take magnetic pictures (and become famous).
Brume wrote:Impressive work, DrCoolZic! Good luck with your project, and let me know if you need me to image original disks and send them to you.
After reading most of the topics on Kryoflux' Forum, it looks like most of the Kryoflux community is interested in Amiga, C64 & PC stuffs.
But ST disks encounter no success. It's a shame, we have so many great stuffs to preserve.
Just a short question: how many Atarians have a Kryoflux?
Dal wrote:Hippy Dave wrote:... Save your old floppies, maybe someone will connect an ADC to a floppy drive to take magnetic pictures (and become famous).
You mean read the physical disk as if it was a tape? Now there's an interesting idea.
darwinmac wrote:Since Hatari added IPF support to their development version, I am hoping someone who has a Kryoflux will upload IPF files to one of the FTP sites. Right now, the ST IPF selection is pretty slim.
DrCoolZic wrote:darwinmac wrote:Since Hatari added IPF support to their development version, I am hoping someone who has a Kryoflux will upload IPF files to one of the FTP sites. Right now, the ST IPF selection is pretty slim.
The problem is that only SPS produce IPF files and ... they seems to have other priorities. I have been waiting more than two years and I have not yet received any IPF from my submitted Stream file.
However having an FTP site for storing Stream files would be useful
DrCoolZic wrote:So I would be interested if you could publish somewhere the Stream files that are not converted to.st correctly
If you do so I should be able to look at them to see if they seems "ok" and eventually generate a .st file for test purpose
Let me know what you think.
IFW wrote:Yes, that's why we are working on that
As for other uses for stream files... maybe we should just start a countdown, but then it wouldn't be a surprise what we plan next (very soon!), would it...?
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