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Written by Demon Cleaner   
Tuesday, 15 July 2008
Individual Computers have moved to a new address and also new drivers for the CatWeasel MK4 have been released.

The new drivers V for Windows 2000 and Windows XP (32-bit versions) are fixing a few bugs in handling 5,25 inch drives. The new imagetool V3.1 can now read and write three new formats:
  • VersaDOS HD
    these disks have been provided by Perfint tech from India. They are used to store medical imaging data. With new, faster computers now being able to retrieve data from older medical equipment, lots of money can be saved, and up-to-date medical service with modern image processing algorithms can be provided at lower cost. We're especially happy about this use case, as it has extremely high value to threshold countries.
  • VersaDOS 3HDDI
    these disks have been provided to us by Matisa from Switzerland, a company that makes machines for railroad track construction and maintenance. The disk was mangled and obviously written on a very bad drive, but we managed to retrieve enough data for implementing this new format.
  • HP4145
    this disk was provided to us by Bosch (Hildesheim, Germany), where it is used in semiconductor test-equipment.
Another new feature of the imagetool is the possibility to save d64/d71/d81 images of Commodore disks with additional error information. The automatic recognition of disk formats now gives a list of possible formats instead of stopping at the first positive try, which makes the function a lot more useful.
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