I have a Mac 575 with Apple iie Card. It works great. I can read, run,
play all my Apple iie disks/games.
I want to run Apple iie Emulation on my PC or iBook. I have both.
I can easily and HAVE downloaded several different Emulators/Roms and they
works great. I have found all the disks for like AppleWorks, Dazzel Draw,
I have OTHER Disks, and Games that I made years ago...
I want to CREATE Disk Images of them, to then run in emulation on my PC and
I don't know what program to use to make Image Files ON an Apple iie Card
on my LC 575 Mac.
If anyone can direct me to a website or type it out clearly, that would be
Again, I know HOW to make "disks" FROM these Image files on the net... but
I can't seem to find out HOW to make IMAGES F R O M My Disks....
Hmm, try this. I can tell you how I do it on a IIgs. What you need is a program (by Ninjaforce, I believe) called 'Azimov'. It makes real disks out of .dsk files, as well as create the image files themselves. However, while it is a 'dos' type program, I think it may require OS 6 and a IIgs, but I don't know for sure. Download it and try it out. If it doesn't work, you could always mail me a copy of the stuff and i could make the .dsk files for you. It only takes a few seconds a disk. The world could always do with a few more Apple II programs
Hey thanks for the link, but I already saw it. Its not the answer. I need a floppy disk for apple iie that wil run on apple iie that I can use to MAKE new DSK images of my existing apple iie data disk, so I can move them all to emulation. I know on the net there are thousands of apps IN image format... so someone had to make them. HOW did they... HOW can I. Anyone know?
Have you gone through the info on the CSA2 list FAQ? Are you looking for a program to do this, or a .DSK image with the program on it? It seems you are looking for the latter.
I most surely need the PROGRAM that MAKES Images. I do not need images of stuff that's easy to find and download. I need a Program and or the disk that I put into my Apple II than runs on Apple II and that I can you to have IT make and create NEW Image DSK files from my hundreds of apple II disks that THEN I can run in emulation.
My point being, that, SOMEONE.. SOMEHOW made all the images that are out there now... HOW??
Cause I want to do that... MAKE Images.
(I actually typed this into a similar discussion on the Apple II forumn a couple weeks ago)
Here's the solution!
Submitted by mutant_pie on December 14, 2005 - 9:11pm.
This is what I, and the original poster have been looking for;
It is a program that can convert between the common file formats for Apple II emulators and compression schemes, on an Apple II (8-bit)! Share and enjoy!
WOW.... TY TY TY !!
DRAT, that last one only makes DISKS not Images... I have the disks,... I need to make IMAGES.
I'm interested also
If you have a //GS used gs shrinkit to make a diskimage of the disk send it to your PC via proterm or a similar program. Use Ciderpress to convert the shrunkit diskimage to a dsk.
Or if on a //e used the prodos shrinkit instead of the //gs shrinkit.
Qouted from the Ciderpress page "Convert the contents of a ShrinkIt file archive directly to a ProDOS disk image, and vice-versa."
This also may help you:
By using Ciderpress, how do you convert .PO files to .DSK? I am trying to get disk images to download to IIe.
just fyi most .dsk are .po images renamed to .dsk..
Just read through your inquiry, and im also interested in getting my apple // software transfered to my pc emulator. Ive located a usenet that describes various ways of doing the transfer (ie:Apple // to PC) one sure way that they have described is by connecting your Apple// directly to your PC by using a NULL modem cable, and then using a telecommunication program on your apple // and also on your PC and then you can get all your programs transfered that way. Then after you have transferred your programs to the PC convert them to image. I havent tried them myself simplying because i would need to get my apple // to my place. Reading through the usenet, it sounds like the most flak free way of transfering your apple programs. The NULL modem cable is connected to the apple // serial port and the other end is connected to your PC serial port. Hope that helps you and anyone else that is in the same boat.
You can easily create .DSK images with an Apple serial card, ADT (http://www.apple2.org.za/gswv/a2zine/Sel/ADTWin.html), and a null modem cable. Lots of details are in the Apple ][ FAQ here:
If you don't want to bother with it yourself, you can pay someone to do it for you... http://retrofloppy.com.
* In the interest of full disclosure - retrofloppy is my own little business venture. Promised the wife I'd make all my ancient hardware do some useful work... lest she throw it out.
Adding a hint for posterity (updating in 2013)... a program named Asimov can build a .DSK (or .PO or .2MG) of any device in your system. Take a look here:
Asimov will need a (local) place to write the image, so it can get tricky if you don't have a mass storage device.
ADTPro will also image any disk in the system, provided you have a means of communication to a remote system. It will store the image on the connected computer: