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How to either play or convert and old .vmf file/

by PiersonRon / January 28, 2012 6:25 PM PST

I have an old .vmf file from a Gateway2000 Faxworks program with an only recording of deceased family member's voicemail. The ultimate goal is to convert it to MP3 so it can be put on & played like any CD. I have tried VLC & many others to tr & play & convert to no avail. It seems the only choice left is to find an old GW2K with the Telepath II (14,400) modem & the original Faxworks program (w/patches). ANY SUGGESTIONS WELCOME PLEASE! Voice mail is ver sentimental to many people. I believe was Win 98, but could've been Win 95.

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