Re: Recommendations for DOS system
Matthew Adkins (msadkins@MTU.EDU)
Sun, 18 Sep 1994 19:06:09 EDT
> > For Mac to DOS/Windows conversion consider a program called Mac-In-DOS
> > or Mac-In-DOS for Windows. This enables your x86 machine to read and
> > write Mac discs. I don't have this, but the adds I see claim it's the
> > best conversion software.
> The easiest way to do Mac to DOS conversions is on a Mac. All Macs for the
> last 4 years have the ability to read and write DOS disks. There is a
> utility called "Apple File Exchange" that is shipped with every Mac. For
> about $100, you can buy tons of filters for Apple File Conversion to
> read and write almost any conceivable file format. However, this is not
> usually a problem. For example MS Word for the Mac will read and write
> MS Word for the PC files and almost any Paint program will read MacPaint
> Another program allows you to mount PC disks directly onto the Mac desktop
> so you can directly read and write to them w/o Apple File Exchange, just
> as if they're standard Mac disks. It's about $65.
> I know this stuff works because I use a Mac and use Apple File Exchange
> to read and write PC disks all of the time. And the best part is, it's
or you could FTP one of the PC programs that allow you to mount,
read, write, and format MAC disks and use that....they are shareware I
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