Is there a way to get information off of an ancient Macintosh and port it to a more recent version?
I'm betting a situation like this doesn't come along very often so I am not optimistic about a potential solution, but here goes... I've got between 15 and 20 years of personal finances stored in Quicken Version 6 for Macintosh (yes, you read that right, Version 6) running on an old Macintosh Performa Power PC 5215CD from the early or mid 90's. Obviously, this machine can't possibly last much longer, not to mention that the software is pitifully out of date (it even still has a Y2K-related error in it.) I'd love to be able to get the data off of this machine and ported to something more modern (we've got one old PC still running Windows XP and the one I'm currently typing this message on, running WIndows 7.) However, the old Mac's only transfer media is the old mini-floppy disks, and, well, I just don't know who to turn to make an attempt at this, if even such a thing can be done. Any ideas of who I could contact about an incredibly specialized request such as this?
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