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 PostPost subject: [req] OnTrack Disk Manager 3.x / 4.x for all HDDs        Posted: Fri Aug 31, 2007 2:12 pm 
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Fri Apr 20, 2007 2:55 pm


I'm looking for universal OnTrack Disk Manager 3.x or 4.x for DOS (they're from late 80s). I have both 3.30 and 4.30: Version 3.30 is only for Miniscribe hard disks, version 4.30 is for Seagate.
I need a version, which supports all hard drives .
Exactly, I want to LLF and partition my Kalok KL320 MFM drive using controller (WD1003 clone named WA3) inside Harris 286/20MHz computer. Old MFM drives must be low level formatted to be usable by a new controller.

Newer versions of DiskMan are designed for IDE disk drives - they can't low-level format any drive (because LLFing IDE drive can damage it erasing service area).

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