Ways to bounce a 1541

From: Cameron Kaiser <spectre_at_stockholm.ptloma.edu>
Date: Sun Jan 21 17:07:45 2001

> > And to think that I normally do it with a Catseye disk, a 'scope and a
> > lot of careful tweaking....

> Tony, are those alignment disks made any more? I know that you could buy
> them from Dysan for about $75 each, but that was back in the early 90s.

The Epyx Vorpal Toolkit disk is a Dysan disk and you can find that program
around occasionally. Naturally, you will have to buy an original; a copy will
not do the trick. By the way, my whack-the-head routine was based on some
principles I learned about the 1541 job queue from Vorpal's own auto-align
program (theirs is just considerably more gentle :-).

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