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I want to make a copy of my 95 disks, but they are
formatted larger than 1.44. I need to know if there
is a program to over come this
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bobinmad earned 200 total points
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You can use PKZIP from PKWARE. It has a great compression and allows for disk spanning (putting one file on 2 disks). the documentation is great and it has an good graphical user interface.

Download it for free at http://www.pkware.com/
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by:Renato102098
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You can format a disk in 2 Mbyte, you can find special software for replication disk DiskDupe a free demo for 60 days.
http://www.msd1.com/

Best Regadst....


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by:frmii
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 I agree with bobinmad.  Generally diskcopy and xcopy won't work with .cab files, they need to be copied using the extract command (found in \windows\command).
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by:rmarotta
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jbohl,
If the proposed answer doesn't help you, go here to download what you need to duplicate your DMF formated floppy disks.
Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph

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by:rmarotta
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jbohl,
Is the problem solved?
Any comment?

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