Started by emuola, 12:38, 02 December 10
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Quote from: Bryce on 13:39, 02 December 10I assume the data is on a real tape? Don't you own a real CPC? Why not just load it and save to disc? Or are you a simulator only user?Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 14:46, 02 December 10Edit: Just noticed that there's no instructions in the Wiki on how to make a tape connection cable for the 6128 (or at least I couldn't find one), this should be added.
Quote from: emuola on 16:24, 02 December 10However... I then tried to capture the whole a-side of te tape with the same volume settings. How is it possible, that I didn't get any programs (there are 4-5 basic programs on the a-side) completely, but once again got data blocks without headers and data blocks with incorrect sizes. So, this was right after I succesfully captured the drawing app from the same a-side... Is this just "typical flakyness" of an old tape, or what?
QuoteWell you could enable "Keep WAV" in TapeUtil's options.This WAV then you could zip/rar and send me to analyse it.
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