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Re: It's been a few years, but I'm back - where to start?
Posted on 16-Jun-2019 23:03:23
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@Overflow

Thanks! AmigaKit have been getting quite a bit of my cash the last few weeks

I've recently managed to get my Blizzard 1230 installed, so now things like Alien Breed 3D work a treat.

amipal #4: Triage

Then I'll be getting the SD card bits sorted.

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Re: It's been a few years, but I'm back - where to start?
Posted on 18-Jun-2019 19:34:23
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Okay, next question.

I've got the SD adapter installed, and it is working brilliantly. However, I'm trying to install some games, and there are a few disks giving block errors.

How can I ascertain if it is the disk at fault, or the floppy drive?

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