> One simple question about how the hard disk works.
> Playing a at486 with msdos 6.22, I've noticed that when you make some change in the
> hardisk, a diff file is created, and if you delete this diff file, all the changes
> are lost.
> Is any way to integrate the diff file in the chd? I ask this because I add files to
> the chd converting it to raw and using WinImage, so when I put the chd back in the
> folder, an error message "invalid file parent" appears and I have to delete the diff
> file in order to get the machine working...
you can use
--input, -i : input file name (required)
--inputparent, -ip : parent file name for input CHD
--output, -o : output file name (required)
I seem to recall that you use the .dif file with -i and the .chd file with -ip and the new file you want to create with -o
Edited by Haze (02/08/17 01:42 AM)