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Questions tagged [disk-image]

For questions about the creation and use of disk images - raw data from a storage medium that has been extracted into a file.

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Tools for creating disk images on Mac Plus

I got BMOW's floppy emulator and have been pulling a bunch of files from 30 year old floppies (which have a miraculously low rate of failure) onto my SD card. One of the things I wanted to copy was a ...
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How can I use ImageDisk (.IMD) images with VirtualBox, WinImage, etc.?

I've got ImageDisk installed on my old 486, and I've been ripping some disks for archival purposes (some 3.5", some 5.25"). It spits out .IMD files, which contain some amount of header and metadata, ...
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How can I view an Error Info Block in a D64 image?

I've been imaging old C64 floppies using a 1541 disk drive connected to my old Pentium III via a homebrew parallel cable and the Star Commander. Given that my disks are 30+ years old, I am amazed ...
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Creating a PDP-11 bootable disk

I want to create my own boot disk (an image file to use with simh) from my own PDP-11 code but I don't know how the code needs to be written to the disk/file so that it boots. I can load my code using ...
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How can I tell if an Apple II disk image is bootable?

I have around 500 floppy disk images from an Apple II and IIgs BBS/usergroup that closed down recently. Some of the disks are bootable, but many aren't. Is there an easy way to tell if a disk boots ...
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Getting a disk image off of a HP 9133 drive

I have a HP 9133 combo disk drive connected to an HP 9000 model 310 computer running Basic 4.0. This setup is used to control a few machines, and does not have a floppy inserted. The hard drive is ...
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Copying disk image from HP 9122D drive

I have a HP 9122D (EDIT: its actually a 9133) combo disk drive connected to an HP 9000 model 310 computer running Basic 4.0. This setup is used to control a few machines. The hard drive is getting ...
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Can someone help me get xROAR to read files? (M6809/TRS-80 ColorComputer)

I implemented a Forth interpreter or the TRS-80 Color Computer (M6809) way back in the 1980s, and I've been trying to figure out how to get it loaded into an emulator to test some parts of the ...
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Writting DSK images onto a 3'' floppy for Amstrad/Sinclair computers

For a project I'm working on, I need to write some disks to test on my Amstrad CPC 6128. I've got some 3'' inch blank disks, and all my Amstrad computers (CPC and PCW) have 3'' inch disks, as well as ...
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Compaq Contura Aero 4/33C - moving data to CF/IDE disk - No operating system detected

I've got a Compaq Contura aero 4/33 laptop with original DOS system installed. As the HDD is old and dying, I've decided to copy the drive to a CF card on a CF/IDE adapter. After connecting the drive,...
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Methodology for imaging Atari disks

I have a pretty decent collection of retro computers, but I have always been a Commodore and Apple guy. I recently picked up an Atari 800XL and a 1050 disk drive, so I am investigating the ...
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Clonezilla SCSI HDD cloning problem

I'm trying to clone or take images of old SCSI hard disks. I use Clonezilla and at the last phase, it's written "no input". This is for 68 pin SCSI HDD. In another case, I can't see the hard disk at ...
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Disk Image From Windows 95 Machine Not Bootable

I recently got my hands on an IBM 340 PC (100MHz Penitum, 16MB of RAM). I'm going to wipe the disk and start fresh, but I wanted to preserve the contents of the disk should I wish to restore it to it'...
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Writing 800k Mac floppy images for 1.44M-equipped Macs using Linux

If you have Macintosh filesystem image of an 800k boot disk, but your physical Mac has a 1.44M SuperDrive, how can you produce a physical disk that can boot that Mac?
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What's the difference between DOS-ordered and ProDOS-ordered disk images?

Apple II emulators accept disk images in "DOS order" or "ProDOS order". What's the difference? Why have two different formats?