On Mon, Feb 21, 2022, 8:34 PM Chris Zach via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org
drives less robust than what was used to install Windoze 95?
Well, they're 10 years older than your Windows 95 floppy so sort of. I
still have some working RX50's here but they are a bit fickle. That's a
big reason why I went to TK70's, more reliable.
I notice you didn't say TK50 here :)
I recently read 400 odd RX50s from my old DEC Rainbow collection recently.
All but 3 read perfectly.
Are any of my distro kits not online? I can probably read them with a
Deskpro XE/4100 with a 1.2mb floppy drive if they need
to be scanned.
I have a kyroflux I used to image a bunch of Rainbow Venix disks... love
it, but I've had it a long time...