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Win95 software to read cpio or tar QIC tapes

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I need a program for Win95 that can read SCSI QIC .25" tapes with cpio or tar files (should support long file names).
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Hello:
  Try here:

http://www.novastor.com/

look for NovaTar and NovaCPIO

Regards.
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