Doctor Ami.. Diagnostic Utility by Free Spirit Software for Amiga 500 1000 2000 For Sale

Doctor Ami.. Diagnostic Utility by Free Spirit Software for Amiga 500 1000 2000


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Doctor Ami.. Diagnostic Utility by Free Spirit Software for Amiga 500 1000 2000:
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The Amiga is a high-performance machine and like any high-tech instrument, it requires occasional adjustments to operate properly. The utility programs from Free Spirit Software are designed to let you know precisely what is wrong when your Amiga has a problem. With these handy utilities, you'll always know the status of your Amiga's critical parts.


Doctor Ami..

Doctor Ami .. is an Amiga memory and hard drive diagnostic utility that performs low-level tests on your system using an elegant interface with simple controls and displays. Doctor Ami.. consists of two programs, Memory Doctor and Drive Doctor.

Memory Doctor scans all system and expansion memory, locates and identifies bad memory locations, and creates an error file that can be used to automatically map-out bad memory locations.

Drive Doctor will read all disk sectors, locate and identify sectors with errors, and automatically map-out bad sectors. Boot Block and Root Block tests can also be performed.
If you have any questions just ask. This is new, not vintage, made under Licence.


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