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Update: After further reading into the KorgUtils documentation, quadruple density is indicated, as the ten sectors per track use 1024 bytes per sector, for 10240 bytes data per track. (MS-DOS high density is 3.5" 80 track, 18 sectors per track, 512 bytes per sector, for 9216 bytes data per track.)
- Wed Aug 21, 2019 5:01 pm
- Forum: News
- Topic: KryoFlux User Interface Changes
- Replies: 15
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The next version of the GUI (1.6) has the following features... Changes to the scatter chart: 1) Permanently show currently used RPM value and revolution number (press 'i' key to hide/show them if they get in the way) info-1.png 2) Animate revolutions (useful for seeing flakey bits) by pressing 'a'...
Thanks for the confirm. 1,3-RLL requires double the sample rate of delay modulation due to the flux-reversal timing, but no more bandwidth on the disc media than delay modulation, thus its common use on some early Seagate ST2xx/4xx hard discs via Western Digital controllers. I'll have to experiment ...
I found more information from SourceForge™ concerning an application suite korgutils: The korgutils README states 10 sectors per track on T-series workstations. (Most MS-DOS 3.5" disquettes are written for 9 or 18 sectors per track, based on a 14.31818 MHz base clock as in the IBM 5170 and 85xx/95xx...
- Mon Aug 19, 2019 3:13 am
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Installing KryoFlux in Windows 8 / 10
- Replies: 67
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Thanks for a comprehensive set of caveats and provisos for KryoFlux. Don't need to boot from disquette, but I currently have a NOS or refurbished TEAC FD-505 wishlisted for my ASUS CM1630-06 (AMD Athlon II x2 220 and RS760G/SB710 chipset; slated for an AMD Phenom II x4 820 to gain threads), as I've ...