Re: v9t9 & pc99

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Posted by Tursi on August 29, 1999 at 21:01:56:

In Reply to: Re: v9t9 & pc99 posted by Roger on August 28, 1999 at 22:59:38:

: The v9t9 files are just straight files as you
:would get if you transfer a file from a Ti

The basic bits I know.. I'm not sure what you mean by the 6 byte header, though.. the v9t9 files have a 128 byte header which is supposed to be the first half of the FDR. My program copies that off the disk to the file, and the filename and filetype both list successfully in v9t9, the files just seem corrupt. (Except, as I said, I copied DiskManager 1000 off one disk file and it works perfectly. That baffles me. ;) )

:any length depending on the program length. Pc99
:files are all the same length except for the
:dsdd disks are longer. All ssdd or dssd are same

Yeah, I poked through the PC99 disks, and the structure doesn't match what I expected... but maybe this is because I've never seen a DSDD disk on the TI before? I can't find the directory index sector, and the sectors seem to be longer than 256 bytes. Weird.

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