From: Don Maslin <donm_at_cts.com>
Date: Fri May 1 23:58:56 1998

On Fri, 1 May 1998, SUPRDAVE wrote:

> ive been in communication with a lady that has an old kaypro with a lot of
> text files on disk she wants to transfer to an IBM for further editing and
> safekeeping. i presume i need to cable their serial ports up and transfer that
> way, but exactly how? i need some sort of program to send the files on the
> kaypro i guess, but have nothing to do it with. if i can do this file
> transfer, i'll get two working kaypros, a TI word processor from 1985 and some
> NLQ dot matrix printer shipped to me free.
> david

If the IBM has a 5.25" drive, you would be vastly better off using 22DISK.

                                                 - don

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