While I've yet to see such a software we can backup the diskettes proper onto a CDR.
1. Use RAWREAD and RAWRITE to create the images.
2. Just copy all the files from the diskettes to a CDR and test if it works.
I have numerous installation disks of programs more that 10 years old that take up more that one Floppy disk. These programs still work well with today's operating systems. EX: 1994 version of WordPerfect that is on 11 Floppy Disks. This program loads quickly and I love to use it but anytime that I decide to reformate my hard drive and start over, I have to reinstall all of my programs. Consequently, I am looking for a "conversion Program" that allows me to put a program like this with all 11 of these installation disks onto a single CD and install that way. Needless to say this would also make it much easier to back up my installation disks. I am running Windows Mellenium on a Pentium III 800 computer. Can any one help me ?