Summary: FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on all aspects of data transfers and file exchanges between Macintosh and PC. MacDisk FAQ. MacImage FAQ. FAQ on the ASPI layer, on the SCSI bus, on burning CD-ROMs, on using Zip drives to transfer data.
Here are our FAQs, compiled from the questions asked to our hot line support. Those FAQs are presented "as is", without any liability. We made our best efforts to only publish ascertained data and facts, but you should check in your real configuration that this information yields the results you're expecting.
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FAQ on MacDisk and its use to transfer and convert data files between Macintosh and PC. Why can't I open my file? Where are my Macintosh files? What should I do to...?
FAQ on MacImage and the production on PC of Macintosh CD-ROMs (pure HFS CD-ROM or hybrid HFS/ISO CD-ROM).
Little FAQ on some complementary aspects, as CD-ROM images, ISO/HFS images, CD-ROM burning software, etc.
FAQ on all problems with the Aspi layer (or ASPI manager). Invisible drives. Version problems. Inconsistency problems. Locking of drives. This is the FAQ to visit first if you have problems with drives (drive not seen, etc.).
FAQ on problems encountered when configuring the SCSI chain, with tests to overcome them.
FAQ on using Zip cartridges and drives.
How do I download the full version?
How can I download a demo [trial] version?
Where are the FAQs?
Where is the price list?
How to read Macintosh media?
How to produce Macintosh CD-ROM?
How to transfert X or Y files?
How to convert fonts?
How to convert graphics?
Missing files in some distribution packages
Service Lsdiorw (How to install it, etc.)
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