Science and sci-fi geeks come out of the government closet!
The time has come to finally get rid of all my 3.5″DD floppy disks.. they are taking up valuable cupboard space that I need back for shinier and more recent items. I know that some of them have data on that I’d like to keep, source I wrote back in the late 80’s / early 90’s.. midi files, soundtracker / octamed tunes.. The problem is figuring out which disks..
You see since I stopped using the Amiga regularly (this sounds like a meeting of Amiga Anonymous, of which I’m sure there’d be many many members ;p).. I’ve “looked after” the disks by storing them in some large wooden crates, I’ve got 6 of these crates, each holding around 500 disks, plus a couple of large shoe boxes, and an old 80 capacity smoked plastic lid box, each crammed as full as can be.. all in all there’s somewhere around 5000 disks.. That’s rather a lot to go through.. especially when you didn’t label many of them appropriately..
Details on Hack a day:
And your question is?
no question(s) other than has anyone else tried it or know of anyone that has
Hopefully most of the those disks haven’t gone bad. I’ve seen old 3.5″ floppy disks become unreadable, even if they weren’t used that much.
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