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  1. I know there has to be utilities out there to transfer files from Windows into ADAMEm DSK images. Right? I've spent the better part of the last day trying to find such a utility and it is escaping me. The closest thing I can find is the block editor in VirtualAdam, but that's obviously not a solution. I'd even settle for solid documentation on the format of an EOS floppy so I can roll my own utility (I have a lot of experience with this stuff on the Commodore platform). So, someone slap me with a clue hammer and point me at the obvious utility I keep overlooking. Thanks! Payton
  2. In Altirra, is it possible to use a 3.5" IBM Floppy disk as a virtual Atari Disk without putting an .ATR image on it. I can point it to a directory, but it appears when I do that, the directory is read-only. If I put an ATR image on the disk, it has to read the entire image before it can use it. I'm thinking it might be fun to use real 3.5" disks with the emulator to get closer to an old-school experience without relying on 30-year-old technology (rather, relying on 20-year-old technology instead.) Thoughts on how I could do this? Thanks.
  3. I have a pile of old 3.5" Atari ST disks, and I was wondering how I can convert them into disk images that can be used by an emulator. I'm running NoSTalgia on an iMac, but I do have access to a PC as well, if that would be better. Thanks for you help.
  4. Hello. Does anyone know what the best way to read .dsk images via SD card is for an MSX2? The one I have has only 64K of RAM and doesn't have a disk drive. However, it does have the standard two cartridge slots. It's a Sony HB-T7
  5. Greetings! I will start by saying that I am new to the C64, and to GEOS - so please excuse my ignorance . That said I will jump right in: As far as I can tell from about 50 internet searches, it appears that .d64 images are not writeable while mounted in an emulator. Running GEOS on MESS (v0.151), I get the following error whenever I try to launch an application: Is there a way to work around this? I noticed that I get the same error with .g64 images as well. It is unfortunate that these .d64 images are not writeable in emulation - it seems like they should be. Have I missed something? Sorry again about my ignorance - TI-99/4A was my first computer, and though I did have a little bit of experience with the Commodore 'back in the day', I'm still pretty green with the system. Thanks for reading .
  6. I have managed to take all the old 5" floppy disks from my childhood and convert them into atr disk images. Most of them work great in Atari800MacX, but there are several that seem to be corrupt. So I'm wondering if there's any way of previewing an entire disk image as text -- just so I can scroll through it all to get an idea of what it is. Back in the pre-OSX days, there was an app called Atariwriter Converter that would take individual Atari files and convert them into standard .txt files, and I discovered that if I simply used it to convert an entire disk image instead of an individual file, it would show me the contents of the disk as a text file. The only problem was, it wasn't made for such large files, so it would only show about a quarter of the disk image. But it seems like a simple adjustment could make it accomodate a whole disk, right? I could use the "Edit Sector" function in Atari800MacX to view the contents of the disk, but the problem there is that it only shows one sector at a time. Trying to view an entire disk one sector at a time would take hours! Can anyone help me? I'm sure this would probably be simple for someone with a little programming knowledge. Oh, and before anyone asks, yes, I have tried various disk utilities to fix my corrupted disks, but alas, to no avail.
  7. I am proud to announce the full availability of the new Disk Image Manager for the Coleco ADAM: ADAMDsk. The project is fully open-source and both source code and Windows executable are available on CodePlex. The documentation for ADAMDsk is located on the Adam Wiki.
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