|Author:||J Achernar (registered user: 36 posts )|
|Date:||Tue, Oct 18th, 2011 @ 18:27 ( . )|
Back in the day, I played Tass Times to completion on my C128D. I know that I used my backup copy. I aways put my originals away in a safe place as long as I was able to make a working backup.
When I was scanning my collection, I compared the data between my original and backup and they matched. I don't know if my backup sucessfully reproduced the fat track. Once I had a clean image, I trashed the backups and only kept the originals. Pete, I sent you a full half track scan of the original.
I suspect that it only did a minimal check of the protection. I will try to step through the 36 track D64 with a walkthrough to see if I can get to the end.
--* xemag fat tracks on a c128d
10/18/2011 @ 21:09--hyper active
10/22/2011 @ 14:32----J Achernar
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