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Hi, my mum has a load of old Amstrad disks with various files on, in formats Locoscript, Protext & Mini Office Professional. She does not have the actual Amstard anymore.
How can we go about getting these onto a pc?
How can we convert them so they can be read, edited?
Is there any hardware we can buy (ie. floppy drive), so that we don't have to send them to a company to convert?
I would suggest you search the internet for freeware ,of the same type of program you have on the old Amstrad disc's
they will be:
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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