I'm experimenting with the commands I listed earlier to copy both sides of a floppy with Kryoflux for C128 disks and C64 Flippy disks.
However, it turns out that the d64 dumps seem to be OK when viewed in DirMaster while the g64 dumps contain errors!
I've tried looking through the forums, but have not found much significant information that helps point in one direction or the other as to the cause.
Looking at them side by side in DirMaster:
You can see the g64 shows error on the left, while the d64 seems OK on the right.
However, for the g64 you can see there is an error code of 20 (Header Block Not Found) for Track 7, Sector 10. And you can see on other sectors that you get other error codes such as 23 (Checksum Error in Data Block) or 22 (Data Block Not Preset). So the question is a big WHY?
The d64 dump has NO errors. When looking at sectors the data can be seen and it looks good! But, having KryoFlux create g64's and I seemingly end up with error filled g64 dumps. Why?
At first, I was thinking that maybe something is wrong with DirMaster in reading the g64. But, like I said, when looking at the sector data, you can complete see data is in fact missing and understand why DirMaster is complaining about it.
For example, here's Track 7, Sector 10 as mentioned from above when looking at it:
Again, here the data is completely missing!
You may ask, "Well, are you using the same stream file for creating both the d64 and g64 dumps?". I would say that is a fair question! The answer would be yes, they are from the same stream. So, I have no idea why there are inconsistencies?
If KryoFlux can generate good data for Track 7, Sector 10 in a d64, why would it NOT be able to create a g64 dump that has good data within the very same track?