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My original computer was a TRS80 Co-Co, and I used a word processing program called VIP WRITER. I have many of the LARGE floppy discs filled with material which I'd like to open up and save to my hard drive...running on XP. Does anyone know of a way to do this? I have another computer with large and small floppy disc drives to do the conversion on.
Regards, John, South Australia.
ruglen@tpg.com.au

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