On http://slashdot.org/ today they have a report about the FBI agent who
spied for the Russians for 15 years. They mentioned "track 40 floppy
AFAIR, 5 1/4 floppies on the C64 used 40 tracks of data. You wrote to
tracks 0-39 I think, or maybe 1-40. The directory was stored in track
17, but if you used a few tricks you could write to higher tracks and
get a few K extra storage. Several demos and games used this which made
it a pain to convert them to D64 format. Crest even provided a utility
to capture the extra tracks for one of their last demos..
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