I've got the driver installed and Device Manager shows KryFlux DiskSystem, an internet connection doesn't seem to change that, so my internet is connected during dumps.
I've swapped out the DTC,EXE and CAPSImg.dll files for their 64-bit equivalents.
I can successfully calibrate the 5.25 and 3.5 drives that I have attached to the Kryoflux.
I can execute a dump with the GUI, and with DTC, to preservation and MFM formats:
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c:\bin\kryoflux_2.51_windows\dtc>dtc -fc:\bin\test111 -i0a -fc:\bin\test222.img -i4 -d1 KryoFlux DiskTool Console, v2.51_Win64, uiv.1, Oct 29 2014, 16:45:36 (c) 2009-2014 KryoFlux Products & Services Ltd. Developed by The Software Preservation Society, www.softpres.org Licensed for private, non-commercial use only. 00.0 : frev: 51115, drift: 0.728 us, tfer: 284834 B/s, rpm: 360.183 00.0 : base: 1.636 us [32.468%], band: 6.546 us 00.0 : MFM: <unformatted> 00.1 : frev: 57408, drift: 0.166 us, tfer: 318019 B/s, rpm: 360.182 00.1 : base: 1.006 us [61.045%], band: 4.023 us 00.1 : MFM: <unformatted>
I have successfully dumped from this KryFlux unit and floppy drive on a Windows 8 laptop in the past, but as I said above, it's been a while and I don't recall all of the formats and settings.
My 5.25" disks are all marked DS/DD 48 TPI, and have date-markings from late 1980's and early 1990's. I'm reasonably confident that the disks were used on IBM PCs.
Am I just passing the wrong arguments to DTC? I can post the raw files if that helps.