archiving hard drives, Televideo PM/4T and AT&T7300
chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 11 04:37:55 CST 2006
when I said my attempts failed, its due to the way
those disks were stored (i.e theyre just bad). I
probably have ALL the docs for the machine though, a
stack of slipcovered binders 2-3ft tall.
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> Chris M wrote:
> > I have 2 systems in particular for which I'd like
> > create images of the hard drives (well it would be
> > nice anyway). The first is an AT & T 7300 "UNIX
> > (68010 based). The other is a Televideo "Personal
> > Mini" PM/4T or something (80186 based). What's the
> > best way to go about it? It's not unlikely I'd
> > archive of 7300 software out there on the net (I
> > MANY of the original disks, and my attempts at
> > them have failed)
> Chris, the UnixPC will dupe those disks itself.
It's slow going to
> be sure, but it works.
> I've got an idea that Dave Dunfield's ImageDisk
might handle those
> install floppies, but my UnixPC is in storage and
*way* down on the
> project list.
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