[sebhc] H-8 Stuff
West, Ronald S.
RONALD.S.WEST at saic.com
Mon Jun 20 13:26:26 CDT 2005
Thanks for the info... I thought so. I will go home, drag out my HUG disks
and see if I can find it.
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> Subject: Re: [sebhc] H-8 Stuff
> West, Ronald S. wrote:
> > A few years ago I had a 720k 3.5" floppy drive and created a couple
> > disks with that drive. Tried those bad boyz with another drive
> > supposedly capable of 720k operation. No luck. Cannot get
> it to mount
> > or even init. Is there a special driver needed to use 80 track disk
> > drives? I am using HDOS 2.0. Seems like there was a special driver
> > (maybe from HUG) that allowed the 80 track operation. Anyone got a
> > better memory than me?
> Yes, there is a special disk driver required. I remember
> having the one for soft-sector 80-track drives from HUG.
> There was one for hard-sector as well -- if memory serves, it
> was by Dean Gibson and sold by Quickdata?
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