Making CP/M disk images

From: Joe R. <>
Date: Wed Nov 24 21:28:17 2004

At 04:09 PM 11/24/04 -0800, you wrote:
>On Wed, 24 Nov 2004, Joe R. wrote:
>> 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
>> >have HD 5.25" drives although the format of the disk is standard 40-track.
>> The SB180 uses quad density drives not HD.
>I have encountered a non-"quad"-density 48TPI (40 track) Micromint SB180
>disk format.

   The SB180 can support a number of different drives including 3.5", 5.25"
and 8" but quad density 5.25" was the norm. That's what was used in all of
the Circuit Celler articles. I've never seen one with anything else. I have
three SB180s and they all use HH QD 5.25" drives.

Received on Wed Nov 24 2004 - 21:28:17 GMT

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