Windows 95 Gateway computer transfer files from ZIP disk to CD / DVD

3 ZIP disks are shown, made by Iomega, FujiFilm and Swap. The disks are queued together ready to have their data read to a CD or DVD. In more recent years customers have asked for files to be saved to USB or have download links for getting the files returned to them.
ZIP disks from Windows 95 computer ready for transfer of files


Disk Conversions & Transfer - Windows 95 Gateway computer transfer files from ZIP disk to CD / DVD

Windows 95 Gateway computer transfer files from ZIP disk to CD / DVD

3 ZIP disks are shown, made by Iomega, FujiFilm and Swap. The disks are queued together ready to have their data read to a CD or DVD. In more recent years customers have asked for files to be saved to USB or have download links for getting the files returned to them.
ZIP disks from Windows 95 computer ready for transfer of files

We have transferred files from ZIP disks used on a Gateway computer with Windows 95 on it to CD or DVD. These particular disks had been stored in quite a poor condition and so the data surfaces had become contaminated. Luckily we are used to dealing with this so managed to get them to read ok, with the exception of a few files which were fortunately not so important for the customer.


Windows 95 Gateway computer transfer files from ZIP disk to CD / DVD

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We have transferred files from ZIP disks used on a Gateway computer with Windows 95 on it to CD or DVD. These particular disks had been stored in quite a poor condition and so the data surfaces had become contaminated. Luckily we are used to dealing with this so managed to get them to read ok, with the exception of a few files which were fortunately not so important for the customer..