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Many moons ago and being member of the Dallas Computer Clubs I played around and sold Music Studio for Casio and Yamaha keyboards. I would like for anyone who has Music Studio song files to get in touch with me. I also would like to know how to make a copy of the 3,5 inch original disk that I have and took forever to find, any clues appreciated. I also have a 5,5 inch floppy of Music Studio. Also would like to know if anyone has a copy in 3.5 inch format of Music Studio or knows how I can get a back up copy. Just real reluctant to use the only copy I have until I have a back up. In the future I will be reproducing Music Studio song files.
This question is more of a general computer question than just an 8-Bit question, but since I've experienced it the most there, I thought I would ask it here. Do CRC errors always equal damaged/corrupted/unusable data? I've been imaging a lot of old disks I've accumulated and got a lot of CRC errors in ProSystem. The disks weren't kept very well. All the games on the disk still seem to work though, and I don't get any load errors, and everything works on the image file too. I can also write the image back to a disk without a problem. I only vaguely understand what CRC is used for (other than the fact that it is a method of checking for errors) but it isn't clear to me if CRC errors always mean bad data. Also, does copying/imaging disks actually copy the bad CRC properties?