|Author:||indiehouse (registered user: 9 posts )|
|Date:||Thu, Jan 30th, 2014 @ 05:32 ( . )|
I have just recently gotten on board archiving C64 disks and have had limited success running OpenCBM through Terminal to create d64 images.
I realise copy protection poses a huge problem for OpenCBM and so Nibtools is my next stop. I am days away from finishing my parallel mod on my 1541-II drive and am wondering if there is a beginner's guide on how to start out.
I have a pretty descent library of C64 originals and am keen to preserve them as soon as I can. So far I have read a bunch of articles and posts on types of copy protection, and the different releases of Nibtools and how users have had mixed results. It seems things are more complex than I first anticipated and would like to start on the right foot. Any suggestions?
--* Newcomer... MacOSX, ZoomFloppy and 1541!
1/30/2014 @ 08:25--Pete Rittwage
1/30/2014 @ 18:13----indiehouse
1/30/2014 @ 18:39------Pete Rittwage
1/30/2014 @ 23:30--------indiehouse
1/31/2014 @ 08:18----------Pete Rittwage
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