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Title: [c64] - nib/g64 files (and some tape questions)
Post by: tomse on November 01, 2014, 11:34:16 AM
This might be a dedicated to Duncan, but others are more than welcome to tip in.

I have a small selection of dumped nib files (own dumps) some which have been converted to g64
I noticed that recently some nibs have been added, so I'm wondering what the criteria are for
them being added?
I'll gladly share the dumps I've made.
There are also quite a lot of tapes but they still need sorting out. and what are the requirements for the original dumps?
need tapcleaned, raw?
Title: Re: [c64] - nib/g64 files (and some tape questions)
Post by: Duncan Twain on November 04, 2014, 11:12:02 AM
This might be a dedicated to Duncan, but others are more than welcome to tip in.

I have a small selection of dumped nib files (own dumps) some which have been converted to g64
I noticed that recently some nibs have been added, so I'm wondering what the criteria are for
them being added?
I'll gladly share the dumps I've made.
There are also quite a lot of tapes but they still need sorting out. and what are the requirements for the original dumps?
need tapcleaned, raw?

Hi Tomse,

I never convert files, but take them as is (well I actually do convert them but only to gather meta data and then throw away the converted file). If you could please upload the files than I can have a look at them, I'll pass them through my tool and can easily find out what to do with them.

Cheers,
Duncan...
Title: Re: [c64] - nib/g64 files (and some tape questions)
Post by: tomse on November 05, 2014, 04:44:12 PM
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5754139/Duncan.7z

nbz files here you go.

what about tapes?
Title: Re: [c64] - nib/g64 files (and some tape questions)
Post by: tomse on November 19, 2014, 09:04:25 PM
Hi Duncan

I made a dump of my AR6 Utility disk

it's in nib and g64 format, and scan of diskette.
side A header does say AR3/4 but the dump is from the diskette in the image, which states MK VI

http://www.retro-commodore.eu/files/hwmanuals/c64-hardware/Datel_ActionReplay6_Manual_(de).zip