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USB floppy drives only support a limited set of disk formats: 720KiB (on DD floppies only), 1440KiB (“standard” HD), and in some cases, 1232KiB (“mode 3”, the format used on X68000 systems) and 1200KiB (so that 5.25” HD images can be written). If your images are 1440KiB images, then all that’s needed is to extract the raw sector image, and write it using cp ...


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In case of uncompressed images, you can extract them (without having to use an actual diskette) using Aaru (ex-DiscImageChef). AFAIK there is no modern tool which handles compressed images (staring with AA 5A), but there exist DIUNPACK.EXE for OS/2 which supposedly handles them (available on SAC.SK). DIUNPACK Release 3.03 01-30-96 Copyright (C) IBM ...


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