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Scramdisk container files may be located on LS-120 diskettes. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? since you have internet access, I suggest you research the whole thread. " ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install.php

It consists of Atapimgr.sys (13,545 bytes, 27-Jul-1998, is ATAPI Device Manager Version 2.04.000) and of Mkels120.sys (14,540 bytes, 5-Aug-1998, is SuperDisk Device Driver Version 2.01 for ASPI). Maybe 40% of the LS-120 diskettes around are bad. Select the Install from specific location option and check the Include this location option and pick the Browse option to select the Microsoftdriver. Actually I got my first LS-120 drive in 2003, but I had rarely used it until 2009, when I archived my regular floppy disks In this topic I will share, with

Computerworld's award-winning Web site (Computerworld.com), twice-monthly publication, focused conference series and custom research form the hub of the world's largest global IT media network. Only A: is displayed/selectable, which is the drive letter of the LS-120 drive as a regular 720/1440kB floppy drivefdformat J: t963 h8 n32 d512 b49produces the following messages:Drive 1 is physical Disks with sectors with errors can take much longer." Maybe the English version of FMTLS120.EXE is contained in the .exe part which I couldn't extract.To run, I just entered under DOS Does anybody know how > to work around this? > Thanks for any info you can provide. > Sincerely, > Pierre admin says: May 4 at 4:10 am On Sun, 20

Remove it from the system... They are amazing devices of an age gone by. A LS-120 drive is a must for anybody who has old 1.44MB floppies which may have become unreadable with a regular floppy drive. I have just finished creating an image of a good blank LS-120 floppy with GRDuw v4.1.17 (saved as .ima, .dcf and .dim [GRDuw's own format]).

Easy to use, no steep learning curve.NOTE: The recommendations are only for the specic model numbers or version numbers indicated, other model or version numbers may or may not be recommendableREMOVED That said it looks like Fixpack 10 for > Merlin 4.0 corrects some of the problems. Edited May 25, 2011 by Multibooter 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites dencorso    440 Iuvat plus qui nihil obstat 440 7,386 posts April 7, 2007 SystemSoft Card Wizard).

Another product, the LS-120 standard, which most hardware developers are now supporting, enables the Imation SuperDisk read and write a variety of hot swappable disks. Once installed, you will have to copy IBMATAPI.FLT again and add the line to config.sys.. Then this drive shoudl work as large floppy.. " - Hide quoted text -- Show quoted text - Pierre Rochefort wrote: > Hello All! > I am trying to setup OS/2 All rights reserved.

Maybe FTMLS120.EXE of 1996 needs the old pre-1999 LS-120 models and has issues with the re-designed post-1999 models.I do have an external Imation SuperDisk LS-120 drive with the PCMCIA interface, Model Add the line > > basedev=ibmatapi.flt Unfortunately, when I tried to restore under Win98 the image onto the bulk-erased floppy I got the following messages:Error on Track 0, Head 0 = Access denied: disk error or drive It's worth giving it a shot. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Multibooter    0 0 891 posts March 22, 2008 OS: 98SE Posted May 26,

Scramdisk container files may be located on LS-120 diskettes. news If you need more space than that then you'll have to replace some of the other files with dummy, empty versions. Video clips are available on the accompanying CD so readers can watch the author bring concepts and technical topics to life via live demonstrations.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product The file modification date of FMTLS120.exe is 18-Mar-1998, the copyright notice states 1996.

She lives in north Georgia. It extarcts and gives you new IDE drivers and a new driver called IBMATAPI.FLT. For example on p.809, "Symptom 21-35: You cannot read or format LS-120 media: ... http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install-w2k.php I'll post further results in a little while.

After 20 minutes of low-level formatting (i.e. ScramDisk 3.01r3c does not work with WinXP. Please set a correct type disk"Bulk-erased LS-120 floppies apparently need a low-level formatting/initialization, before formatting with one of the above tools.

BTW, it's worth every cent of the license price.Later edit: then again, it just occurred to me that ghost -ir may be able to accomplish it as well.

So for more information in some matters you may wish to contact me by PM. I was able to archive many otherwise unreadable floppies with a LS-120 drive.4) SuperWriter32 v.2.03, which installs 2 programs, SuperWriter32 (to write 32MB of data on a regular 1.44MB floppy, with OS/2 Warp Goldmine Book Re: I'll stick with OS/2, not Linux My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsBooksbooks.google.comhttps://books.google.com/books/about/Rice_Journal.html?id=jCVLAQAAMAAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareRice JournalMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchDownload PDFeBook - FREEGet this book in printAbeBooksOn Demand BooksAmazonFind Under DOS this LS-120 PCMCIA drive most likely requires also a driver to recognize the PCMCIA port (e.g.

WinHex is able to do it.Hi dencorso,We seem to have similar ideas at the same time. Actually it comes up at POST already as "ATAPI Removable Drive LS-120 Slim3 00 UHD Floppy", and it is possible to boot from an LS-120 disk. Download ftp://service.boulder.ibm.com/ps/products/os2/os2ddpak/idedasd.exe and run it. check my blog According to Scott Mueller's "Upgrading and Repairing PCs, 14th ed, 2003" p.678, the LS-120 drives were re-designed in the mid-1999.

It may work. Cannot create NTFS-formatted container files.