Collected 3500 ST disks today

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rich wrote:Just for the record, I gave Phil far more than just the original load of disks that started off this thread. I also handed over pretty much my entire personal collection I had built up over the years. Things like nearly complete images of The Demo Club PD Library, stacks of swapping / trade disks and who knows what else.
I used to send POV compilations to The Demo Club PD Library. He stopped answering my letters just after his missus left him, no idea what happened to him.
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rich wrote:Just for the record, I gave Phil far more than just the original load of disks that started off this thread. I also handed over pretty much my entire personal collection I had built up over the years. Things like nearly complete images of The Demo Club PD Library, stacks of swapping / trade disks and who knows what else.
I used to send POV compilations to The Demo Club PD Library. He stopped answering my letters just after his missus left him, no idea what happened to him.
RE: POV stuff - are there any missing disks ? theres quite a few POV labelled disks in the collection, but if there is already a complete set, then I'll put them to one side for later, to check they are actually POV disks :)
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Wow - been away for a while and come back to these GEMs (pardon the Atari related pun)!

Excellent stuff from Spiny and thanks again to Rich for all his disks :)
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spiny wrote:RE: POV stuff - are there any missing disks ? theres quite a few POV labelled disks in the collection, but if there is already a complete set, then I'll put them to one side for later, to check they are actually POV disks :)
Yes, the whole collection of POV disks is already on POV's website and was imaged by MSD himself.
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Brume wrote: Yes, the whole collection of POV disks is already on POV's website and was imaged by MSD himself.
I must update my site, not done anything to it for years.
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NICE!!!! Just leeching :)

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spiny's files can now also found on ftp.climatics.com. spiny has a write account so you can njoy a gigabit line:-) Btw sorry for spaming. but it's always good to have multiple places for downloading :-)

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Seeing quite a few zero byte sized files on the FTP. Transfer or imaging errors?
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rich wrote:Seeing quite a few zero byte sized files on the FTP. Transfer or imaging errors?
imaging errors I think, as they are the same size on my imaging PC. I'll re-do the odd sized ones
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Finished going through all the disks... many many rare menus... this is already AWESOME :)
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cool, hopefully they'll be a load more too :)
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Is it worth me uploading the original 700 or so I imaged years ago, or does everyone have them now?
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rich wrote:Is it worth me uploading the original 700 or so I imaged years ago, or does everyone have them now?
could I have them? ftp.climatics.com/upload thanks a lot.. every file counts!
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If they aren't up by tomorrow, I have them at work, where I can use my 100meg line, nicer than my 4.2meg ADSL I have here :)
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Spiny, thank you veyr much for sharing all those !!!!
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I've got about 1000 disks filled with demos, music and games (cracks) for the ST and Falcon. Is there anyone here from Sweden that is able to transfer them for me? They will of course be shared with the community when personal stuff have been wiped out.
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hedning wrote:I've got about 1000 disks filled with demos, music and games for the ST and Falcon. Is there anyone here from Sweden that is able to transfer them for me? They will of course be shared with the community when personal stuff have been wiped out.
Wow! 1000 disks! Ask Marcer, I'm pretty sure he'll be interested in them. He also lives in Sweden.

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Inspired by this thread I just fetched an old Windows PC from the closet, installed its disk drive (which hasn't been used for a decade or so) and started imaging the disk collection I have using ST Recover.

Note: It's _not_ my own collection - that seems to have been lost (maybe to someone buying my 520 ST in Ronneby/Sweden 1998 - know of anyone who did?). It's the collection of someone I in turn bought STs from.

@Marcer - yes, the one I was going to give you. You'll still get the images ;)

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edit: Halfway there. It's a ~200 disk collection with games and utilities from mostly the 1986-1988 era. I don't think there will be any earth shattering discoveries - maybe some rare commercial Swedish software.
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Great! Thanks to everyone (troed, hedning, rich, spiny, etc.) for imaging or giving your collection :cheers:

Really helpfull to fill the gap!
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Done. Exactly 200* disks all in all - and since I've promised Marcer the collection before he's the one who now has the download link ;)

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*) 199 ST, 1 Falcon.
troed wrote:Inspired by this thread I just fetched an old Windows PC from the closet, installed its disk drive (which hasn't been used for a decade or so) and started imaging the disk collection I have using ST Recover.

Note: It's _not_ my own collection - that seems to have been lost (maybe to someone buying my 520 ST in Ronneby/Sweden 1998 - know of anyone who did?). It's the collection of someone I in turn bought STs from.

@Marcer - yes, the one I was going to give you. You'll still get the images ;)

/Troed

edit: Halfway there. It's a ~200 disk collection with games and utilities from mostly the 1986-1988 era. I don't think there will be any earth shattering discoveries - maybe some rare commercial Swedish software.
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Somewhat inspired by this again I've imaged half of my Falcon collection. Have been imaging my Falcon Owners Group PD Library disks and then will move on to my personal Falcon disks (those that Phil doesn't have any way). Will upload them all when finished - at least bandwidth is much faster now than all those years ago :)
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@Marcer: if you find some rare menus, well... I know "someone" who'd be interested in them ;)
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@rich: what kind of format do you use to archive Falcon disks?
Just copy the content of the disks in directories, or do you image them with DIM, MSA, or something else?
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