DrCoolZic wrote:I have tried to read the sst files under steem and it says: "Maupiti1.stt is not in the correct format, it may be corrupt" (same with second image) ???
Actually it would be fun to try as I have never tried my detection program on an image! (one problem program expect FD to be write protected. Is this possible under Steem? could not find a switch fro that?
What Steem version ? It works well with Steem (Debugger) 3.2, Windows vers.. Only that need to deactivate Pasti before, so can open.
STT should be write protected, or at least you can not write into with Steem. But there are switches in floppy options for protecting images. Or just set files as write protected with Total Commander ?
I doubt that stt store this kind of information which is rather complex and not useful for emulation/preservation.
Huh. You repeat my words from this thread
If this is a crack what is the point of checking? Just to check that stt format can contain more data than real FD? Again the purpose of this protection is that you can read correctly 12 sect/trk (or even 13 or more if you want) but of course you cannot copy this info into another floppy.
This thread is not about protections but HdX floppy emulator - and what it can !
The point of checking is that you see how you were wrong with your postings here
And as said, can copy to HD floppy - and it even works if have HD circuit in ST(E).
Sorry for many exclamations and smileys