cd-i 605-T Boot Disk

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Post by henrik51 » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:03 pm

So, that's it? No one has any knowledge of how to write a disk image back to a disk with the copy command?

I did find a reference to 'merge image.dsk > /d0@', but I don't have the merge command available.

I tried using Win98 and DSKINI, too. The command 'DSKINI /T80 /2 A: OS9SYS.DSK' writes 70 tracks of 18 sectors on each of two sides. However, I get an error 259 trying to do anything to the disk, even a 'chd /d0'.

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Post by cdifan » Tue Jan 24, 2006 11:18 pm

When I have some time I will retry the recipe and see what I forgot. But it requires some digging first (the 605 in somewhere in the attic)...

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Post by Bas » Fri Apr 28, 2006 4:36 pm

cdifan wrote:When I have some time I will retry the recipe and see what I forgot. But it requires some digging first (the 605 in somewhere in the attic)...
cdifan, did you have a look on this in past months, by any chance..?

Or Henrik, have you found anything usefull...?

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Post by cdifan » Fri Apr 28, 2006 7:13 pm

No news here; my 605 player is still stacked away...

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Post by henrik51 » Wed Jul 26, 2006 5:28 am

cdifan wrote:No news here; my 605 player is still stacked away...
Pooh. I've tried a few things. Even tried generic OS/9 resources, and no one seems to know the command to write a .dsk back to a disk.

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