'xemag fat tracks on a c128d'
Author:J Achernar (registered user: 36 posts )
Date: Mon, Oct 17th, 2011 @ 20:16 ( . )

The only xemag disk that I have is "Tass Times in Tonetown". I never had any problem running the original or my backup copy on my C126D. The fully runnable copy I use in emulators is just a 36 track D64 with the extra last track being all zeros. I don't think that it does any protection checks other than verifying that track 36 is formatted.

I have attached a zip of the D64s for both sides. You could try to write it to a floppy and see if it works.

Attachments:
1318896995_Tass_Times.zip


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