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Stephen Q. Muth, Director
Colorado Springs, CO USA
Media Conversion: Problems & Solutions
It happens all the time; hardware is upgraded, but mission-critical data or applications exist only on outdated media. Old readers fail, and new ones are hard to find or fail in modern computers. Sometimes there's a need to restore and digitize audio recordings, printed or photographic media.
At Quintus-ential Solutions, our old media readers are discarded only when they cannot be repaired. So files on old media can be refreshed and transferred to new media then e-mailed, FTPed or FedExed right back to you. If we don't have the gear on hand to help you, we probably know someone who does. E-mail us for availability and terms.
Some of the formats we can readily convert:
Old hard drives & tapes: MFM, RLL, SCSI-I, SCSI-II, old-school IDE drives before auto-recognition, tape back-ups, old floppy formats
(e.g., 5 1/4" & 3 1/2" single density), non-DOS data (e.g., ancient synths and sequencers)
Optical media: Zip 100, 5 1/4" Optical rewriteable cartridges
Audio: 1/4" reel tape, vinyl (all speeds) w/ tube-amplification and deep-cleaning, if necessary, DAT, audio-cassette (with bias adjust)
Video: VHS (PAL & NTSC), inter-convert all digital formats currently in use, from DVD w/ 5.1 surround to pocket video players
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