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WarpCopy64   [2005]

WarpCopy64 Released by :
Oxyron [web]

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Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

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User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Graham of Oxyron

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User Comment
Submitted by GT on 18 April 2019
C64 keeps crashing on the slightest little error when image is done. Win7. RR-NET V0.54
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Submitted by Mace on 11 November 2018
Keeps crashing on my C64 when there's an error on the floppy. Using a WinXP, 64NIC+ without an EPROM, loading Warpcopy from disk. Unworkable :-(
User Comment
Submitted by St0rmfr0nt on 13 April 2016
Warpcopy06 D81 [bugfixed] fixed for 1581 Hardware
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Submitted by The MeatBall on 27 April 2010
Any plans for implementing tap creation into warpcopy? mtap, being a ms-dos app, isn't too happy with my win7 64bit :)
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Submitted by Count Zero on 7 September 2009
In overall I really like how it transferred most of my 1541 disks without much trouble. Currently I am slightly annoyed on a transfer problem with an FD-2000 reading 1581 disks though. The drive detection on Warpcopy06 is flakey and crashes when branching to $1f8a.
Writing $03 to $1f83 partially fixes this. Didn't take the time to really fix this - just avoiding the crash.
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Submitted by Devia on 20 August 2009
WarpCopy64 reads and writes d81 images just fine to 1581 drives. The file requester just has a file filter hardcoded to d64, so in order to write d81 images, you need to write the name of the file, you can't select it. To read disks, I seem to remember you need to rename the image from d64 to d81 yourself afterwards.
Oh and you need to be VERY patient.... it is deeeeeeaaaaad sloooooow.. even with JiffyDOS in the drive.
User Comment
Submitted by GT on 20 August 2009
1581Copy, isn't that the DOS program? I'd rather see Graham put an .D81 option into Warpcopy, cos I love that proggy so much! I'm using the MMC-Replay with it.
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Submitted by Jazzcat on 20 August 2009
GT: 1581Copy?

Also, how to back up my SFD-1001 disks to PC, as no .sfd format exists (only the usual .d64 or .d81 etc)

User Comment
Submitted by GT on 20 August 2009
Anyone know how to backup my 1581 disks?
User Comment
Submitted by Thunder.Bird on 28 December 2007
Enormously fascinating utility, that shows the endless possibilities with a real C64.
Graham, a 40-tracks Version, pls ? ;)
User Comment
Submitted by ΛΛdZ on 15 November 2007
Nice tool indeed, but beware its broken in some way. (verified by Mason).

In "fast-mode" (22 sec. pr disk side):
If you xfer a disks that has "certain" errors the disk
directory fucks up in the d64 file. Normally you see this
problem when RED errors are in the "border" area of the

Try to check with vice all your d64's with errors xfered by
warpcopy and see if any has a totally messed up dir.

Disable warp-speed, and xfer with slow-mode, then the disks
User Comment
Submitted by FRaNKy on 25 April 2005
Excellent tool and a must-have if you have the RRNet.. Altho some small features are missing such as a target/source (8/9/x) drive selection, and the win32 app needs a "cancel" button in case your recoverable (yellow) errors cannot be recovered. Oh, and a RReplay CRT image please ;-)
User Comment
Submitted by Slator on 25 April 2005
This windows tool allows you to connect your Retro-replay with attached rr-net networkcard to your PC and transfer whole disks between eachother. Very speedy and has build in re-read etc.

Worth a look if you have the hardware.
User Comment
Submitted by Shake on 23 April 2005
most recent version available on the site... I just checked it out today, it's really GREAT for transfering disks.
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