Looking for LETTERLAND

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Looking for LETTERLAND

Post by flaxcottage » Sat Mar 09, 2019 1:46 pm

I began looking at a Letterland title today with a view to archiving it.
Unfortunately the disk is completely useless. Track 0 is filled with Z characters so there is no information about any files and the rest of the disk is filled with bytes in the range &00 to &15 in an apparent random order. :? :(

Does anyone out there in StarDot land have a copy of this software and could post a SSD image? I have no idea of any protection applied to the disk.

And while I am asking, a copy of Disk A would be good too, as I don't have that to archive. [-o<

Thanks in anticipation.
- John


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