Disk Translation software (was Re: Looking for AT&T 3B1/UNIXPC/PC7300 software)

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Sun Oct 12 19:03:22 CDT 2008

Message: 10
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 15:04:00 -0400
From: "Roy J. Tellason" <rtellason at verizon.net>
Subject: Re: Looking for AT&T 3B1/UNIXPC/PC7300 software
>I remember some of those,  too,  and in fact had some in the files section of 
>my bbs.  But I also remember stuff that would deal with "foreign" formats,  
>in particular there was "Media Master" and "Uniform".  The former was simply 
>a file transfer program,  while the latter would actually "mount" a foreign 
>format disk under an otherwise unused drive letter,  both of which I had 
>occasion to use under CP/M.  I'm pretty sure that at least MM was available 
>under DOS as well,  dunno about Uniform.

I have MS-DOS versions of Media Master and Uniform, if anyone is interested in a copy. As I remember Media Master, it would let you set up a drive as the foreign type, to read/write/format a disk (except you could not format a Kaypro and one other type using MM).


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