TRS-80 Model 16
jnc at mercury.lcs.mit.edu
Mon Nov 24 16:21:25 CST 2014
> From: Al Kossow
> IBM-branded, Dysan, and 3M have held up pretty well, most of the rest
> esp Verbatim, BASF, and Memorex, have not, and baking will not help
Hmm. I had a number of second-hand floppies with what looked like it might be
interesting stuff on them; I was planning on reading them, seeing if it was
worth uploading, and then re-using the floppies.
Unfortunately, dipping into one box of them, there are a lot of Verbatim and
Memorex in there. Am I wasting my time even trying to read them to get the
bits off, or what?
Also, other brands I see that weren't listed above - Maxell and HP. Good/bad?
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