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Atari 8-Bit Computers: Frequently Asked Questions
Section - 10.4) How can I read/write MS-DOS PC disks on my Atari?

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Several 3rd-party hardware upgrades add the capability of working with
MS-DOS diskettes to your Atari system:

Happy 1050 upgrade for the Atari 1050
 -- read/write 180K 5.25" MS-DOS floppies

CSS XF Single Drive Upgrade for the Atari XF551
 -- replace the 5.25" mechanism with a 3.5" mech.
 -- read 720K 3.5" MS-DOS disks
    see http://www.nleaudio.com/css/products/XFsingdrup.htm

CSS XF Dual Drive Upgrade for the Atari XF551
 -- add 3.5" drive without losing the 5.25" drive
 -- read 720K 3.5" MS-DOS disks
    see http://www.nleaudio.com/css/products/XFdualdrup.htm

CSS Floppy Board, for the CSS Black Box
 -- adds support for PC 720K and 1.44MB 3.5" drives to your Atari system
 -- adds support for PC 1.2MB and 360K 5.25" drives to your Atari system
 -- read/write 5.25" and 3.5" MS-DOS disks in your PC drives with your Atari
    see: http://www.nleaudio.com/css/products/floppy.htm

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