This is another ad from a 1985 UK Commodore magazine.
For a program called SUPER-BREAKER, there was also a Super-Breaker PLUS.
I do not have either disk, but check out the ad, it contained Super Diskopy.
Screenshot credits to Draven
Copy-Q claimed to be the fastest, most reliable and easy to use copy program. Contained an intelligent nibbler. Seems pretty basic from the screen shot. Can anyone report how well did this program work?
I have scanned the manual and it’s on the blog here:
DOWNLOAD: Copy-Q v1.1
DOWNLOAD: Copy-Q v2.0
So this is a nice program and the PDF print out can be easily found online. But this is not a copy program, but will tell you what copies what. You type in the software’s name and it tells you what will copy it. The PDF online is for volume #8 and is 155 pages long!
If we didn’t have the PDF available then this program would be more useful. Also I prefer this program over the similar program called: What Copy’s What
In this ad by Tejas Soft for the Original Parameter Cross-reference there is now over 9,000 listings.
Disc Disector v3.0
This ad was from a UK magazine in 1985
I have seen versions: V3, V4 and V5
Copies all DOS errors automatically, plus non standard errors like Half tracks, extra tracks, non standard sync, renumbered tracks, etc. Copies a disk in only 8 minutes,
The disk also had many utilities like a fast format, menu maker, scratch and unscratch, fast copy, rename, fastload, disk to tape, diskmon and much more. Here check out V5 menu screen here:
Released in 1984
Was a 4-minute Copy Program.
Claims it will not lock-up or crash on errors
Locate and ID errors
Error Maker, Sector Test, Sector Copy
Disk Name and ID changer
I do not have a copy of this program and can not find one right now to post a screen shot.
If anyone has one, can you send it my way.
This ad is from a 1985 UK Commodore magazine.
It’s for DISKOPY by Arrow Micro Service.
I do not have a copy of the program, but will start looking for it now that I found an ad for it!