Reading Mac disks in PC
bobf at PROBLEM_WITH_INEWS_GATEWAY_FILE
Tue Feb 17 15:24:01 EST 1998
> >>Does anyone know of freeware for reading Mac disks in PC?
> >If you are talking about old information that was already written on
> >Mac-formatted disks, the easiest is to use a Mac to read them and then
> >rewrite the same information on PC-formatted disks.
> This is the solution often offered and of no use if the user has a Mac
> formatted disc containing data and only a PC to hand.
> Try http://www.hotfiles.com/ searching for mac and disk.
Conversion programs for the PC will help if it's a high density (1.44M)
disk. If you've got an older double density (400K or 800K) disk, you'll
need to find a Mac somewhere, since PC drive hardware isn't capable of
dealing with those formats (double density 3.5" PC disks are 720K).
Robert B. Funchess, Ph.D. bobf at msi.com
Senior Scientist, Scientific Support Voice (619) 458-9990 x738
Molecular Simulations Inc. FAX (619) 458-0431
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San Diego, CA 92121-3752 http://www.msi.com/
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