8 inch Floppy Disk Data Recovery Memac Engine Control System

There are 2 off 8 inch floppy disks made by 3M shown side by side awaiting us to recover the files inside the diskettes to a cd or USB. The disks are dark grey in colour and with white hand written labels. Their printed labels indicated 3M SS SD single side single density 740-0 26 soft sectors / 128 bytes.
2 Floppy Disks used in a Ship's MEMAC Controller awaiting conversion


Disk Conversions & Transfer - 8 inch floppy disks - Denmark, Turkey

8 inch Floppy Disk Data Recovery Memac Engine Control System

These two 8 inch floppy disks were received by us to help recover config and data ini to CD or USB. They were used aboard a ship for the Main Engine Monitoring and Control (MEMAC) system by Lanng & Stelman Software (Denmark) Frederikshavn. The exact filesystem format and operating system details were unknown as the client had received the floppies from an old developer 30 years ago. Printouts with the disks showed the expected files on them to be config-obj, dataini-obj, explain, and memac-obj. In order to extract the files we first read all the floppy raw data (sector by sector copy or dd) and created a disk image file. We then analysed that for the filesystem which was proprietary (no written documentation existed) and made a program to extract the files.


8 inch Floppy Disk Data Recovery Memac Engine Control System

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These two 8 inch floppy disks were received by us to help recover config and data ini to CD or USB. They were used aboard a ship for the Main Engine Monitoring and Control (MEMAC) system by Lanng & Stelman Software (Denmark) Frederikshavn. The exact filesystem format and operating system details were unknown as the client had received the floppies from an old developer 30 years ago. Printouts with the disks showed the expected files on them to be config-obj, dataini-obj, explain, and memac-obj. In order to extract the files we first read all the floppy raw data (sector by sector copy or dd) and created a disk image file. We then analysed that for the filesystem which was proprietary (no written documentation existed) and made a program to extract the files..