Making CP/M disk images

From: Joe R. <>
Date: Wed Nov 24 17:11:43 2004

At 01:56 PM 11/24/04 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello, all:
> I'm trying to make disk images of a CP/M disk from an MS-DOS machine
>so I can send the images to some one else to generate disks. The CP/M
>machine is a Micromint SB180. The PC is a standard Compaq 386. Both machines
>have HD 5.25" drives although the format of the disk is standard 40-track.

  The SB180 uses quad density drives not HD.


> I've used Copy-II-PC to make disk-to-disk copies with some success
>but the CP2PC software can't make images. I have not hooked-up the CP2PC
>floppy controller board yet, but that could be another test option.
> I've also used Teledisk 2.12, which can make disk images but I
>haven't been able to successfully regenerate a test disk image into a
>working diskette.
> Are there any other disk imaging programs out there for the PC that
>can read and archive CP/M-format disks?
> Thanks.
>Rich Cini
>Collector of classic computers
>Build Master for the Altair32 Emulation Project
>Web site:
Received on Wed Nov 24 2004 - 17:11:43 GMT

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