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Cheap or free data conversion - Brother (700D and 3550) to P

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 7:19 pm    Post subject: Cheap or free data conversion - Brother (700D and 3550) to P Reply with quote

Searched SFDC to no avail - Sad - chose the most generic forum to post.

My father has much of his life documented on these old floppies. Unknown formats etc at this time. At this time all this is useless and he is in process of writing a book - needs this old data.

At any rate we are both poor/unemployed etc and we are aware that some of the disks may be damaged due to poor storage; but desperately need a source to capture and convert Brother to PC format. He now has a PC but can't use this data.

Have searched and googled a bit and most options look pricey. Any solutions would be most greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance,
Mongrel

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