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    opening old disk doubler files
    I've been trying to open old files saved to floppies that were compressed with Salient's Disk Doubler file compression software from years back. Anybody have any suggestions about what I might be able to substitute to make the these files de-compress?

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    Brown Study's Avatar
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    Mar 11, 2004
    G4 Tiger and OS 9
    I have Disk Doubler. If you want, you can send me a private message with your email address. I presume you have System 9.

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    David S Hurst
    Talking disc doubler??
    Hi - I also have some critical files saved in disc doubler format that I would like to be able to open. Would you care to share a copy with me? Thanks. D. Hurst

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    Member Since
    Mar 17, 2009
    I tried for years to find a way to decompress old DiskDoubler files on OS X, to no avail.

    Finally I found a copy of DiskDoubler from 1999 and installed it on my G4 running OS 9 on top of OS X. Works like a charm.

    Since DD is incredibly hard to find online (impossible for me, I finally got it off an old backup CD-ROM), I've uploaded it here to share with anyone else who had this problem:

    DiskDoubler Pro 4.1 for Mac OS 9
    It's at the bottom of the article.

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