Picked up a Floppy Emu from Steve this week to use with a recently acquired Apple IIe I got from a friend.
My system has the monochrome display, and a single 5.25 Unidisk, which works.
I have a few blank floppies in a box I received with the computer - presumably used to save homework files and such.
I'd like to erase those floppies and use them to save backups of some of the game disks that are no longer working.
I have the Floppy Emu working, and it loads .dsk images just fine on the IIe.
I'd like to connect both the Unidisk and the Floppy Emu to the IIe and using a program (Copy II Plus?) to make a disk copy of a program, like Oregon Trail, for example.
I'm thinking the only logical way to pull this off would be to hook up the Floppy Emu as slot 6, disk 1 (primary) and the Unidisk as Slot 6, disk 2 (secondary). Run Copy II Plus from the Floppy Emu, and then what? Will the copy program use the slave drive to read and write? Through disk swapping? Or once the program is loaded, can I read from a disk image on the Floppy Emu (slot 1) and write to the Unidisk (slot 2?)
Ideally, I'd like my end result to be a working copy of Oregon Trail on replacement floppy disk.
I apologize if this is confusing.
Edited by smalltownguy2, 17 February 2017 - 06:25 PM.