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SubjectRe: Copy protection of the floppies
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On Tuesday 25 November 2003 15:32, Måns Rullgård wrote:
>Antonio Vargas <wind@cocodriloo.com> writes:
>> Usual PC floppy controllers are not very flexible, so you just
>> need some more-flexible controller to do the trick. A popular
>> choice for creating master disks is to get an Amiga with an 1.44
>> floppy (any A4000 will do), make some scratched disks and then
>> duplicate them with some fine 1990-ish hardware disk copier.
>
>If I'd like to copy those disks, I'd just have to dig out the old
>Amiga, right?

Yup, it has the magic twanger built right in.

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