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    NEC Versa 2405 laptop Pent I 16M RAM 1GIG HDD
    This laptop is/was running Win98
    I have Easy Recovery 6.03 on a laptop running Win95.
    I am trying to use the application on the previously named NEC.
    The application is in a .ZIP and about 27 Megs. The only external media is a floppy drive.

    * Is there an application that supports copying of a 27 MEG application to multiple floppys?

    * Is Easy Recovery 6.03 the best application on the market for recovery?
    Thanks
    Mark

  • #2
    Re: Data recovery

    Originally posted by poundu1

    * Is there an application that supports copying of a 27 MEG application to multiple floppys?

    * Is Easy Recovery 6.03 the best application on the market for recovery?
    in short,
    *yes

    *no

    Cheers!

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    • #3
      eeek kids these days.... .. or was I just one of the few dumb enough to have piles of 20+ disk spans?

      ..but for the sake of being nice, here's a gimme: google for something to the effect of "span floppy"
      if it gets me nowhere, I'll go there proud; and I'm gonna go there free.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by converge
        , here's a gimme:
        Damn it if we're doing gimmies then try a null modem (christ tell me I'm not the only one old enough to remember these things) and save yourself some pain, or better yet borrow/buy a nic for your laptop....spanning floppies really isn't a "good" solution...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sylex
          Damn it if we're doing gimmies then try a null modem (christ tell me I'm not the only one old enough to remember these things) and save yourself some pain, or better yet borrow/buy a nic for your laptop....spanning floppies really isn't a "good" solution...
          Remember them? *Remember* them? I use them on a fairly regular basis. I've got several in my toolkit. A Cisco rollover cable's a good example.

          If you want to stroll down memory lane, let's talk IBM 3/60 punchcard reader/writers.
          http://bitshift.org

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          • #6
            punch cards?! i had my HP calc. with the nifty programmable magnetic strips. like a big credit card disk....
            the fresh prince of 1337

            To learn how to hack; submit your request

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            • #7
              I have a huge Texas Instruments calculator like that, SR-52 model. Battery is long since dead, wish I could get a new one.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by urban

                If you want to stroll down memory lane, let's talk IBM 3/60 punchcard reader/writers.
                used 'em, never owned em. heh.

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                • #9
                  Try Laplink....

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by sylex
                    Damn it if we're doing gimmies then try a null modem (christ tell me I'm not the only one old enough to remember these things) and save yourself some pain
                    INTERLNK and INTERSRV. Saved my ass under DOS many, many times.

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                    • #11
                      If you are trying to get data from the notebook to a desktop, try something like this: http://www.discountcomputerparts.net/product=C184-17705

                      If that isn't what you need, then what skroo just mentioned will work, you just need the cable. Here's a "how to":
                      http://www.kime.net/directcc/directcc31.htm
                      http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&q=replace_with_any_question

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