The 5. Warning: this post contains some serious Apple retro geekery. Watch those sharp corners!
A floppy drive does not contain as much storage space as a USB flash drive, nor can it be used on a computer that doesn't have a floppy disk drive. You can copy files from a floppy to a USB flash drive which will enable the files to be compatible with the vast majority of computers without needing any special programs, or understanding how a USB flash drive works. The procedure is the same for Mac and PC computers and can be accomplished within a few minutes' time.
Or can I 'connect' Apple floppy drives to my Windows computer to read Mac diskettes? Go there to read specific answers to specific questions with brief commentary. Also, I cover floppy disk drive technology on my Tech information on floppy disks drives and media.
Become a Six Colors member and get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, community, newsletter and more. One of these disks is from the 21st century. The rest are not. What I was left with were two boxes containing two dozen 5.
We went through our office closet a couple weeks ago and found a container with maybe 10 3. They are most likely from a Mac. Would like to get the info off them if we still can.
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Originally Web posted Tuesday, 13 May Content last modified Tuesday, 22 January External links last verified Friday, 2 February This page attempts to address methods and workarounds for accessing data on Macintosh floppy disks using Apple Macintosh and clone hardware and moving the desired data to newer Mac systems.
Black and White. And a floppy drive that managed to squeeze k onto a disk that normally holds k. Which was great back then because swapping floppy disks back and forth was terrible.