MYSql to SQLserver

I've got a bunch of MYD, frm, myi files. Any ideas on how to get them into my SQL Server DB?
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Could load them into a MySQL DB, and then create two connections--one to the MySQL one, the other to the SQL server, and just copy the data that way... ?

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webdorkAuthor Commented:
I'm trying that right now. I don't know how to get the myd  into MYSQL
webdorkAuthor Commented:
I'm using this Toad thingee. Familiar with it?
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webdorkAuthor Commented:
i've got the data into MYSQL now. Any idea on how to export to SQL server?
webdorkAuthor Commented:
OK, I've got it all figured out.
Oh, thanks :)

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