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What is the easiest way to extract a .BIN file from a .DSK image?


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I'm trying to remove a single .BIN program from a .DSK disk image however I can't find any utilities that will work properly.

 

Can anyone lend a hand?

 

At the end of the day I want to take said image and disassemble it on the PC.

 

If you mean for a non Color Computer TRS-80, Matthew Reed's TRStools will do the trick: http://www.trs-80emulators.com/trstools/

 

It will allow you to examine the contents of disk images, add/remove files etc..

 

It will even fix the date issue on an LDOS/LS-DOS disk image.

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Sorry, I should have been more specific. This is for the TRS-80 Color Computer.

 

OK sorry! I don't have much experience with the Color Computer yet. TRStools can also do an instant disassembly of a CMD file too, which is pretty cool. Maybe there is something equal to it out there. It does show there is (read only) support for Color Computer: RSDOS (read-only) (Color Computer)

 

But that may not be of use to you.

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I tried CoCoDisk-0.7 and after installing the requisite fdraw it still didn't work.

 

Also, I tried wimgtool but was told it couldn't recognize the DSK format.

 

I don't know if Windows 10 is the culprit but that's what I'm using.

 

Thanks for the link. I think it's working great now!

 

I think I may need to build a Linux box as most of these open source projects are written for that.

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