Does anyone know where I can get a C64 Drive Alignment disk in the Toronto area?
According to Ray Carlson:
To properly realign a drive, you need special software. I use "1541/1571
Drive Alignment" by Free Spirit Software. The flipside of the program disk is
the alignment disk, and as such, should not be copied (a copy is only as good
as the drive that made it). The program provides a menu screen that indicates
what track you're on, drive speed, etc. You make adjustments to the drive
while watching the screen. The instructions even tell you how to load the
program when nothing else will load.http://personalpages.tds.net/~rcarlsen/cbm/fix1541.txt
I have 1541 that gets a lot of disk read errors so I wanted to check the alignment.