QIC Restoration...
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RE: QIC Restoration...
A couple of years ago I had a NY-based data retrieval service successfully read an old QIC tape of RenderMan software. He charged about $100 and was pleasant to deal with, so if that's within your budget:

Chris Muller
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Manhasset NY 11030-2233
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516-833-3067

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10-03-2018, 01:56 AM
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RE: QIC Restoration...
(10-03-2018, 01:56 AM)Silicon Classics Wrote:  A couple of years ago I had a NY-based data retrieval service successfully read an old QIC tape of RenderMan software. He charged about $100 and was pleasant to deal with, so if that's within your budget:

Chris Muller
Muller Media Conversions
21 Locust Street
Manhasset NY 11030-2233
www.mullermedia.com
516-833-3067

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10-05-2018, 04:07 AM
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Ah too bad. But maybe try e-mailing him anyway and see if he might be willing to tackle this for you. It couldn't hurt to ask.

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