These appear to be DS/DD 5.25 inch diskettes and are trademarked from "1989". I have tried a variety of MFM (-i4) format options (DD, HD, 40 track, 80 track, 8 sectors/track, etc) but nothing seems to get a "happy" dump...
I get something like the following:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /c U:\Kryoflux\DTC.exe -d1 -p -fV:\Archives\Floppies\DOS-Win\Disk263\Disk263_ -i0 -fV:\Archives\Floppies\DOS-Win\Disk263\Disk263.img -k2 -i4 -l8
KryoFlux DiskTool Console, v3.00_Win64, uiv.1, Apr 15 2018, 23:44:54
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00.0 : MFM: OK, trk: 000, sec: 8
00.1 : MFM: <mismatch>, *N
02.0 : MFM: <mismatch>, *N
02.1 : MFM: <mismatch>, *N
04.0 : MFM: <mismatch>, *N
04.1 : MFM: <mismatch>, *N
I obviously can get the raw files, and I suppose these could be heavily copy protected, but I'm curious if anyone has any suggestions on how to ensure I get a valid dump...
Can you upload a stream file somewhere and post a link here for further review?
http://www.haute-solutions.com/download ... 0Disks.zip
I'm curious of what you can determine...
This can NOT be stored as an IMG file. It might be possible to reduce this to an ImageDisk format (which can store mixed sector sizes), but that would have to be tested to be sure. It should be possible to convert to a PCE emulator PSI file, for use in the PCE emulator.
Otherwise, it will have to remain a Kryoflux or other flux-level image.
Thanks for looking at it for me!
Can't see any speedlock track either...
What adds up is that the disks are 360RPM. shame otherwise i could have process them if they were in 300RPM.
Go to the menu "Settings/Internal parameters" and change the value for FLUXSTREAM_RPMFIX from "NONE" to "360TO300RPM" and hit "close".
Don't forget to change back to "NONE" if you want to process stream files without conversion again!