Need simple file transfer program

From: Lyle Bickley <>
Date: Wed Feb 25 17:44:03 2004

FastLynx is still alive and kicking:

I still use it to copy old stuff from non-network DOS systems. They have both
Windows and DOS drivers. BTW: It's very fast (it can use the parallel
"printer" port for high speed transfers as well as the serial port).


On Wednesday 25 February 2004 14:47, Jules Richardson wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-02-25 at 22:22, Vintage Computer Festival wrote:
> > I am moving files from old Bernoulli disks to a PC. I've got an old
> > version of Laplink that works under DOS 3.3
> MSDOS Interlink would probably do what you wanted - it allows a drive on
> the remote machine to be mapped to a drive letter on the local IIRC.
> Think it didn't turn up until DOS 6 though (possibly DOS 5).
> No reason that you can't boot the right version of DOS off a floppy
> containing the Interlink software though. Given sufficient disk space,
> pull everything off the Bernoulli to local disk, then boot into the
> later version of DOS and throw everything across...
> Of course if you want to use the Bernoulli as a remote drive, without
> touching any hard disk storage on the machine containing your Bernoulli,
> then you may have problems...
> hth
> Jules

Lyle Bickley
Bickley Consulting West Inc.
"Black holes are where God is dividing by zero"
Received on Wed Feb 25 2004 - 17:44:03 GMT

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