KryoFlux Owners

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robbo007
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Re: KryoFlux Owners

Post by robbo007 » Tue Apr 14, 2020 4:06 pm

Hi guys. Its an old post but I've only just seen it :) I've got a KF board and have been dumping for some time now. I also have a Central Point Software Deluxe Option board so I can create Transcopy images, which when using real hardware is so much quicker. If anyone needs and help shout out. I'm slowing imaging my entire big box collection.

Cheers,

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Re: KryoFlux Owners

Post by Collector » Tue Apr 14, 2020 11:20 pm

The Transcopy images sound intersting
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Re: KryoFlux Owners

Post by sofakng » Mon Jun 28, 2021 2:12 pm

Are these KryoFlux images being shared anywhere?

Obviously this is a gray area, but the prices for original disks are completely insane on eBay, etc. I've purchased these games so many times (Steam, Good Old games, etc) but I'd love to use my Gotek Floppy Drive with HxC firmware and run these on an original 386/486 DOS PC.

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Re: KryoFlux Owners

Post by Tawmis » Mon Jun 28, 2021 10:09 pm

sofakng wrote:
Mon Jun 28, 2021 2:12 pm
Are these KryoFlux images being shared anywhere?

Obviously this is a gray area, but the prices for original disks are completely insane on eBay, etc. I've purchased these games so many times (Steam, Good Old games, etc) but I'd love to use my Gotek Floppy Drive with HxC firmware and run these on an original 386/486 DOS PC.
I, like you, have bought them multiple times. When they originally came out. Then when they did the various "Collections." Then again, later in the 2000's for Collections. Then again on GoG.

These days, many of the Sierra games are on GoG fairly cheap - and if you're patient, often go on sale. We even have a thread dedicated to when Sierra (and other similar games) go on sale on GoG, Steam, or other platforms.

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