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I have used Silverlining 5.5 to password lock one of my backup Syquest 135 disks. I have forgotten the password and need to get the files off. I am using an '040 mac and system 7.1
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Use Silverlining or Hard Disk Toolkit to "Install a new driver".
It will probably say that some work may get corrupted, Usually nothing will get lost. But if you want something real bad...
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