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Trekiej 
Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 28-Jul-2019 19:19:53
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Hello.
I plan to use a Floppy Drive Emulator with my A1000.
Where can I buy the ADF files needed to boot my machine?
The drive in question is a Pi version.

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Hypex 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 29-Jul-2019 16:12:09
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@Trekiej

Looks like you could buy them from here:
https://www.amigaforever.com/shop

Floppy & Hard Disk Image Pack

Doesn't say too much about it.

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Trekiej 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 30-Jul-2019 0:28:43
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@Hypex

Thanks, I think the Kickstart 1.3 is encrypted.
The WB1.3 probably is not.

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Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 30-Jul-2019 14:59:13
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@Trekiej


You may want to check here

https://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Commodore/Amiga/Kickstart-Disks

and here

https://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Commodore/Amiga/Operating-Systems/Workbench

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Trekiej 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 30-Jul-2019 15:38:49
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@Nonefornow

Thanks, I will try those when my Pi Drive comes in mail.

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Rose 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 30-Jul-2019 16:08:25
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@Nonefornow

Since when links to pirated software has been allowed here?

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Trekiej 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 30-Jul-2019 16:19:11
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@Rose

I think I will stay away from those links.

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Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
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Yeah, not sure. Makes sense that they would be matched to work with AF. Could be an idea to shoot an email across since they really don't provide enough information.

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zipper 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 1-Aug-2019 18:40:50
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@Trekiej

Rainer Benda has still KS 1.0-1.2 available, newer version links removed long time ago. http://www.rbenda.de/commodore/software.html "The software serves as in the former ComBo (Commodore Mailbox) ONLY the support, so in case of defect of individual disks, or
for the procurement of newer software versions to former C =
products" (Googled)

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Trekiej 
Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
Posted on 2-Aug-2019 3:59:27
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@zipper

Thank you very much.

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Trekiej 
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@zipper

It shows 1.3 but I get a 404.
I did get 1.2 though.

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Re: Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive
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@Trekiej

I have been working on my Amiga Pi Drive. edit: This unit came from Taiwan prebuilt.

I finally got it to work.

After getting a couple of Kickstart.adf's, I went over the instructions on the site.

https://amigadrive.blogspot.com/

The file needed to be gzip-ed. Take kicstart12. adf and gzip it and rename the adf.gz to adz.

The drive will automatically pick up the kickstart12.adz.
I have only the 256k expansion and the workbench disk has some kind of error.
The machine does not have a mouse yet.

You can use the keyboard to select files and then use ESC to launch the disk you want.

Last edited by Trekiej on 12-Aug-2019 at 11:58 PM.

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