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Old 26 August 2017, 07:39   #5
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Hard drives - assuming they are reasonably modern and not very early 20MB drives or such - you should be able to read with almost any IDE to USB adapter. Just be careful that you don't format the drives, as obviously OSX or Windows won't understand the drives' content and might offer to format them instead. The AmigaForever website has some instructions for Windows, on a Mac you'll need to do further research on what tools are available. Probably at least Unix based tools like dd could be used.

For floppies you can use an otherwise ordinary floppy drive but you need a specialist controller such as the Kryoflux. A USB floppy drive won't work. Kryoflux comes with its own software to create the disk images.
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