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 PostPost subject: [Query] What is the exact methodology for a WinImage .IMA?        Posted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:44 am 
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I need an exemplar result, i.e. "YOUR SUBMISSION SHOULD LOOK EXACTLY LIKE THIS!", for the *EXACT* method for doing so; I have acquired some recent FTP-worthy submissions that are on 3.5" floppies. :mrgreen:

I want to make sure they are not rejected, and mrpijey's links to dd, WinImage, and Kyroflux tutorials are nonexistent. :?


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 PostPost subject: Re: [Query] What is the exact methodology for a WinImage .IM        Posted: Fri Jun 30, 2017 8:55 pm 
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I didn't write any guides since Winimage is pretty much straight forward...

1: Put in floppy (write protected, as always)
2: In menu: Disk > Read Disk
3: In menu: File > Save as

If you got multiple floppies you can use the Batch Assistant Wizard where you choose the source drive, destination folder and filename, and amount of floppies...

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