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Data Transfers I have 3 5.25" floppy disk (Apple IIE) that I would like to transfer the data to some other media; CD, 3/ 1/2 " floppy. Are you aware of any media that can be purchased or a company that can do this? Sincerely, School Based Tech Support Eva Williams williaem@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

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Eva,
if you have a local pc store such as Best Buy, then they will most likely do it for you for free, especially if you tell them you are representing "School Based Tech Support".

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