I don't use Dataviz, but know of a few ways to do this. What kind of
disks do you have, exactly? There is a simple and free utility that
reads Mac floppy disks, (either 800K or 1.4M but not both AFAIK).
I'll find it for you if you need it. There is Basilisk that reads
floppy disks too (but again either 800K or 1.4M, I can check that for
you). If you have CD's that you can't read somehow, maybe you should
tell us a little more about the files you have.
Salery is the easiest way to get your own web store on-line: http://
Op 2-jun-2006, om 22:19 heeft Cal Horner het volgende geschreven:
> Anyone on the list using a Dataviz product called "MacOpener"?
> It's supposed to read the mac formatted dicsc and transfer them to
> I've got thousands of old HC stacks just gathering dust in the
> corner I'd
> like to convert them with Rev.
> Friday, June 2, 2006, 2:31:33 PM, you wrote:
>> Can I assume that you don't already have a Mac? If so, you don't need
> ...last time I checked, OSX still didn't support mounting floppies...
That's true for internal floppies, but It does for some external USB floppy