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Dear Sirs/Madam,

We had drivers back up for Autolink Routers Model R4200 & CR100S on floppies , which are corrupted.

Can anybody help me to arrange the software for above referred two models?

In case if installation and user guides are available it could help us to greater extent to recover the functions of the machines.

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Welcome to our woodworking forum Deepak. Our routers come with 2 handles.
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Where can you find a computer with a floppy drive?

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Uhmm.... my place? I NEVER throw anything away. Pretty sure I still have a 5.25" as well as 3.5" Well, they're not actually installed, but I DO have them.

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Snooge and Nick also...
Nick still has his 8'' Xerox IPS .....
and here I thought still having 5'' was something...

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Snooge and Nick also...
Nick still has his 8'' Xerox IPS .....
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Is that the double sided one? I think I've still got a disk notcher here somewhere so you can turn the bigger ones over.

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Is that the double sided one? I think I've still got a disk notcher here somewhere so you can turn the bigger ones over.
single sided...

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