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Book is here:
http://www.atarimania.com/documents/Your-Atari-Comes-Alive.pdf
It would make sense but we'd have to change hundreds and hundreds of pages manually so no thanks! In our opinion, efforts should be concentrated on the hundreds and hundreds of titles which are missing entirely and very often just rotting on old disks.
Why not use "Disk image not verified!
Glad to have found this. I had almost forgot about it. I forgive all those who did not, and will not, pay me, and hereby release DiskWiz-II into the Public Domain with no restrictions except that you may not charge others for the program; 04/01/2021.
it is fascinating to see how far "digitialized" US-based companies were in the early 80s. In Europe i knew nobody to use a Modem with 8bit home computer.
Diskfer was first for data transfer. Very reliable.
This needs a translator to run on an XL machine.
You're right, done! The "Missing original disk image!" comment should always be understood as "We need a copy from another source to consider the program 100% verified".
It would be nice to have a link to the book scan from the book section. Plus isn't this the original disk image? It's no longer missing.
I have a working copy - is there a way to create an atr that I could send in to the site?
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