Where the 0 stands for Drive 0; if you put in B:1,8 it boots from Drive 1.
The second number must be the boottrack or bootsector.
The G: Command is for direct jumping to a address in memory e.g. G:0100
The T: command is unknown to me.
Hello @ZrX and others,ZrX wrote: ↑Tue May 14, 2019 7:14 pm After having looked at two Questar disk dumps the format seems as follows:
- 2 sides
- 80 tracks per side
- 16 sectors per track (0-15 on side 0, 16-31 on side 1)
- 256 bytes per sector
- 300 rpm
- MFM sync ...AAAA AAAA AA91 2AAA (bytes 00 00 05 00)
- Decoded track format 05 00 TT SS + data*256 + two checksum bytes + padding
- First checksum byte is TT + SS + data + overflows of the calculation
- Second checksum byte calculation not solved yet
there is new work done on vzekc.de with hard-sectored floppyformats.
The second checksum seems to be resolved right now in this hour.
As far as I understood, it is a consecutive summation of all the results of the previous summations.
Do you have dumps of other Micral discs by the way? It would be great to bring the R2E software and hardware togeather.