[sebhc] HDOS disks
leeahart at earthlink.net
Tue Jun 15 12:20:08 CDT 2004
> My first post to the list. I learned of it from a user who had bid on an H89
> on e-bay and I contacted him. Some of you might remember me as the author of
> EMULATE and some hardware for the H89. My company name went from Analytical
> Products to ANAPRO Corp. Alas, it has been a very long time since I worked
> in the Heath arena and I now need some help remembering!
> I lost (as in probably threw away) my original Heath CP/M and HDOS disk.
> However, working boot disks are still around. What I don't remember is what
> files were on the HDOS 2 master distribution disks. Can anyone help me with
> this? In particular what would a soft-sector boot disk have?
> If anyone still has interest in the EMULATE or CPC software, I would be
> happy to provide it. I also have ZCPR/Z-System, but I don't know if it is
> free to distribute since it was a copyrighted (not by me) software.
> Thank you.
> Peter Shkabara
Welcome, Peter! It's great to hear from you. I still use your CPC
program (CP/M to PC; lets and H89 running CP/M read 360k PC DOS disks).
It's the only way I can read a 360k DOS disk any more (none of my PCs
have a 360k drive, so I read it on the H89 and serially transfer it to
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