Microsoft works 95 database Tags: Office Database Flash Drive Microsoft Apps Last response: June 27, 2011 11:40 AM in Apps General Discussion Share maxim42 June 27, 2011 1:53:23 AM Hello, I have databases originally created with Works 95 and stored on a flash drive. I just purchased a new computer with Windows 7 and am unable to open the databases. Are there any converters available or any other suggestions? Thanks, TCC More about : microsoft works database Anonymous June 27, 2011 11:40:01 AM This topic has been moved from the section Windows 95/98/ME to section Applications by Grumpy9117 m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedmicrosoft works database does not print Forum Using Microsoft Works version 4.5a for Windows 95 on XP Home Forum SolvedBest CPU(s) for database work & heavy multitasking? Forum microsoft database with web site Forum SolvedGaming/Video Editing/Coding@Database work Forum Corsair K95 Mechanical Keyboard Works in Bios not Windows Forum SolvedIs IOGEAR KVM GCS632U works with Microsoft sculpt comfort desktop, especially the wireless mouse? Forum Problem Opening Works 4.5 database files Forum Microsoft Streets & Trips 2013 $19.95 Forum SolvedCorsar vengeance m95 does not work with razer blackwidow ultimate 2014 usb pasthrough. Know how to solve this???? Forum Solvedmicrosoft works suite 2000 in windows 8? Forum Advise for first build, mainly photo editing, some database/developer work Forum Hi, I am looking for an Microsoft Exchange alternative. Is there any solution that works natively? Without plugins I mean. Tha Forum only 1 worker works on my i7 4770k in Prime95 Forum Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 - $9.95 Forum Solvedprime95 workers stopped working after 4.5ghz overclock Forum SolvedWill this Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 x64 English 1 Pack DSP OEI DVD LCP (PC) work on my gaming PC that i built. Forum microsoft works 2000 Forum SolvedCorsair K95 not working, however detected by windows Forum Database work - dual quad core xeon? Forum More resources !