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- Any side to be written must be synced to side 0 index, there is no write
splice/track gap detection.
I'm not too familiar with Amiga disks, but an approach I would at least try is going ahead and converting to a sector image (.ADF?), then using a tool like the HxC software tool to export the sector image back to a kryoflux stream. Then copy the copy protected track 80 side 0 .RAW file from your original preservation stream dump over the one in this copy. This should at least result in the data area being readable.
It is possible that the protected track may also need re-alignment. The HxC software tool disk viewer does have the ability to let you manually rotate a track, that you can also then re-export to a kryoflux stream. But I don't know how well that actually works.
Of course, it is possible that even if you manage to copy the bits to the right place, the protection may still fail, because that is what copy protection does.
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I am going to remove attachments and links.