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Mounting drvspace on Win 2000

I have a 340mb Ministor drive that uses StackerAnywhere Data Compression. The file drvspace.000 was created under Windows 95.
I cannot open the file under Windows 2000 and do not have access to Win 95.
Is there a utility or process that allows me to open the compressed files under Win 2000?
Thank you and best regards.
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CrazyOneCommented:
Quite unlikely unfortunately. Stacker is probably the only thing you can use on it and Stacker went out of style many years ago and most likely wouldn't even be able to use it in Win2000.


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st_steveCommented:
Have you still got a .sys stacker driver that loads from Config.sys? If you have a copy, just boot it up into DOS (doesn't have to be Windows 95 to see the HDD), and make sure you load the stacker.sys driver from config.sys. You should be able to access the HDD then.
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