ExtenDOS Gold

ExtenDOS Gold version 3.4C provides access to CD-ROMs and audio CDs through most SCSI CD-ROM drives. In addition, ExtenDOS Gold supports popular CD recorders (CD-R and CD-RW), for both reading and writing!

Major features in ExtenDOS Gold v3.4C

bulletsupport for accessing audio CD tracks as WAV files as well as PRG files: audio CD tracks appear as WAV files to the operating system, and can be copied using any standard copying method such as the desktop
bulletsupport for the SCSIDRV interface: ExtenDOS Gold (and therefore CDbackup, CD Writer and CD InScriptOr) can use SCSI CD-ROMs and CD recorders on any system which has a SCSIDRV driver installed, including MagicMac, MagicPC, and Atari compatibles running HDDRIVER
bulletsupport for ATAPI/IDE via SCSIDRV: ATAPI/IDE CD-ROMs and CD recorders can be used on systems with an IDE interface and appropriate SCSIDRV support
bulletenhancements to the included audio CD player, including an improved user interface

Other features in ExtenDOS Gold

bulleteasy installation and reconfiguration via a GEM-based installation program
bulletcompatibility with Atari TOS-based systems (and compatibles)
bulletcomprehensive Atari operating system compatibility, including MiNT, MagiC, and Geneva
bulletcompatibility with most SCSI and ATAPI/IDE CD-ROM drives, including those requiring SCSI arbitration
bullethigh performance through optimised assembler-language coding and caching of active CD-ROM sectors
bulletsupport for most CD-ROM formats, including mixed-case and long filenames
bulleta full-function audio CD player, invoked as a desk accessory or program
bulletaudio CD "quick-play": play a track or an entire disk directly from the desktop
bulletdirect audio CD-to-disk copying with comprehensive controls for selecting the audio data
bulletCD recorder support (CD creation requires CD Writer Suite)
bulletan extremely stable and well-tested environment.

The programs and manual for ExtenDOS Gold are available in English or French.

ExtenDOS Gold has been superceded by ExtenDOS 4.

Last updated 31 August 2005 by Roger Burrows