[Coladam] tdos question
dalemwick at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 12 21:36:06 CET 2009
The answer is a qualified yes.
It turns out in TDOS it supports more than one format. The formats are: 160k, 320k, 360k and 1.2MB 5.25" disks and then several 3.5" disk formats. If you have your TDOS set for 360k in the B: drive, you won't be able to read it since the directory/fat (file allocation table) appears in the wrong place.
There is a tool called dsksz (Disk Size) that you can use to temporarily change the format that the B: drive expects to see. At least I think that's what it is called. It should have come with your TDOS utilities.
Dale> From: jblenkle at sacnews.net> To: coladam at adamcon.org> Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 14:36:41 -0800> Subject: [Coladam] tdos question> > Can TDOS read ADAM CP/M 2.2 disks directly? If I stick a TDOS disk in drive A: and boot it and a regular CP/M disk in B: and try to do a directory I get a TDOS ERROR ON B: MISSING MEDIA error message.> > thanks> > Joe B.> _______________________________________________> Coladam mailing list> Coladam at adamcon.org> http://adamcon.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/coladam
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