Does anybody have any disks in your collection that are Not On Any of the Archives that you guys can upload as disk images?
The reason why I'm Asking is because there are a lot of educational software, games, and other programs,that are not listed on Any Of The Apple II Archive.
Anybody willing to help?
Please Let Me Know
Yes, and they're going to be part of a site which I plan to open this summer.
I look forward to your site - be sure to let us know when it's ready!
I will. I make updates about it here: http://macgui.com/vault/
There's some stuff online now, but there should be _a lot_ more in July or August.
As of today, 09/09/09, Vault is now open. I posted a story about it here, so it should show up soon.
i have tape dump of the Roland CMU-800 Apple II software..
like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF5ufVD5E1s
haven't succeeded in making a nice .dsk image of it for ADTPro, but working on it.
tell me if you wanna have it..
Sure, I wouldn't mind having it.
the tape dump is here:
(i dont think you have to register, if so, i'll upload it somewhere for you)
The manual goes as follow (to make a disk of it):
1) Type Q twice to enter DOS.
2) Type BSAVE CMU-APL, A$800, L$29F0 Return to save the program into the disk.
3) From next time on, the Program will start running just by typing BRUN CMU-APL Return from DOS.
4) Typing S (Save command) Or L (Load command) will indicate the Disk catalogue and ask the file name. (You can use up to 26 letters for the file name.) If saving using the cassette out/in by typing CMT here you can save or load the data into a cassette tape.
5) V (Verify command) is to check if there is any wrong sector in the file.
6) Volume, Drive or Slot are not optional in saving and loading a disk, so enter DOS by typing Q and change the default into VOLUME, SLOT and DRIVE by typing CATALOG, Vv, Ss, and Dd. Then press the Reset key to return to CMU-APL.
But I'm still trying that.
I have an extensive list of original disks I would love to upload in a nibble format. I need a good way of getting an exact duplicate of both protected and non-protected 5.25 disks into a pc readable (emulator usable) format. I am interested in preserving the original format as best as possible. I don't mind using extra hardware or whatever-- whatever gets the job done!