Recovering Win3.1 Data

geneb geneb at
Tue Jan 13 15:13:42 CST 2015

On Tue, 13 Jan 2015, Electronics Plus wrote:

> You can attach the drive via the adapter cable to Linux, copy the files 
> you want to USB flash drive, then put them on the computer of your 
> choice.

The problem is that some of the more "modern" IDE to USB adapters don't 
like talking to the older drives.

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