I would like to duplicate my master disk sets with the lest fuss. Years ago, I used Copy ][+, v 6.2. Because this was designed for a 128K max system, it always copied DOS 3.3 disks in two sweeps. I try to read and write from the best-aligned drive mechanism, so the least disk swapping, the better.
I'm curious what disk copying software recognises expanded memory, and can do this in a single sweep. Being able to read a disk into RAM and write that out twice would also be handy, for creating two sets of system master disks.
Further, I am aware of software that will conver a disk to a .nyb image, but I am not aware of what utilities will convert images (e.g., from Asiof) back to actual disks. Some of my master disks are damaged, have bad sectors, &c, and I prefer to use original media as it is portable between machines without a lot of rewiring.
What software can create disks from these images (//e or //gs)?