134Re: New to List
- Feb 4, 2008Would be interested in copying my floppies on to CD if you can give
me the instructions. Also back to floppies if possible, always
worried about loosing the data on the disks since they are getting
old. But will have to keep the disk reader as an interface I guess.
Unless you can hook up a cd reader to the machines I guess. Thanks
--- In email@example.com, "John R. Hogerhuis" <jhoger@...>
> On 9/19/07, Maggie <brue@...> wrote:
> > Thanks so much for the website - its exactly what I was looking
> > A friend of mine told me about them - they are advertised in theUK
> > and becomming popular but she doesnt have a machine any longer soto
> > has not tested it.
> > Has anyone here on the list every used one of these? They sound
> > great and PC compatible too:) downside is they dont take the
> > floppies so I would have to find a way of converting them (
> > manually). My floppy disk drive is just about dying so I think I
> > may need this as a replacement.
> > Thanks again for the url - great find:)
> > Maggie
> I know enough about the disk drives to transfer raw data to other
> media (CD) if that helps.
> It's just a small matter of having a description of the file format
> convert to :-)the past.
> BTW, FB100 drives are usually repairable.. I've repaired mine in
> -- John.
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