I know this doesn't answer your question, but the customer isn't
always right (g). For about $100 the user could get a Zip drive and
have faster, cheaper, more convenient, and much more reliable backups.
I would do everything I could to talk him/her out of using floppies...
when the restore fails because of a bad disk (which it will), you're the
one that's going to get the call. Just my 2 cents....
> I am trying to find an easy way to backup/restore a 10MB access database
> on multifloppies "the user must only swap floppies". I tried to use win95
> backup using .set. It works fine but don't know how to restore the .qic
> Any help or recommendation would be appreciated