|A friend of mine has a very program installed on his computer named Drafix CAD. The program is so old it fits on three floppy discs, so is very small. He recently asked me to install a copy of the program on a laptop he recently purchased, but floppy disc #2 & #3 were corrupt and not even recognized as having been formatted. I was able to recover all of the data from the bad disks, and reinstalled the data back onto the original disks. I installed the program for him and it''s working great, but because I felt the disks were in pretty bad condition, I suggested we copy the discs data to a CD and I could build a batch file to install the program IF needed again. In the month or so after I had recreated the data on the two corrupt disks, I found disk #2 had become corrupt again. |
I'm having a hard time recovering the data from disk #2 again, so because of this, I would like to know if anyone knows of a way I can use the Drafix CAD program installed on one of his computers to recreate the program (and all regisrty entries for the program) so I can create a new installation CD for the program?