In my quest to restore my IBM 5155 to it's former glory, I've now run into the need for it to have some sort of storage media. It has two 360kb 5.25" floppy drives of which only one works at the moment.
Unfortunately I don't have many suitable floppies for it, as most of my 5.25" floppies are DS-HD not DS-DD. All up I have 3 floppies without rings scratched into them or white mold all over them. However when I go to format them in a 360kb floppy drive, I nearly always get "Track 0 bad" or another error. I've tried cleaning the disks and heads with IPA. How do you all write 360kb floppies? Any "tricks of the trade" would be appreciated.
For reference, I have the ability to transfer files from windows to a PC with a 360kb drive.
Amiga 4000: Apollo Turbo 040, 128MB Fast, 40gb HDD, CD-ROM (needs internet)
C64: 1541U-II, MixSID, WiFi, LumaFix64
ZX Spec, A1200, CD32, MacPlus/SE, A500, BBC Turbo Master (NASA), 2600, Acorn 4000, VIC-20, IBM 5155, GameBoy