glen.slick at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 17:49:56 CDT 2007
On 3/14/07, Dave Dunfield <dave06a at dunfield.com> wrote:
> In the meatime, you can accomplish this in another way by using the
> eXclude track feature. There'a a menu for it, but the command line option
> will let you exclude a range of tracks easier. So if you exclude 44-77 and
> write the first part of the disk, then set your switch, and exclude up to
> 43 and rewrite the disk, you should have the whole thing written with the
> correct TG43 inputs - note that while writing, the drive will still step
> (quickly) over the excluded tracks - but it won't write them.
Thanks for the tip that there is already a way to do this. Time to
get going and finally build up an 8" floppy cable. Fortunately I have
some 50-pin IDC card edge connectors and ribbon cable so I don't need
to resort to more creative methods to do this.
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