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    File Extensions List

    Hey Y'all,

    In my quest to find file extensions for common Imaging Backup programs I found this website that provides lists by program type. Wish I'd found it sooner.
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    I think we wish you'd found it sooner, too! (wanders off, muttering inaudibly...)
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    ...and it doesn't say anything about .spi extensions!

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    That's my fault. I selected the (ISO) backup item on the left instead of Backup Files category when I posted the link. I realized this later when I copied it to an Excel workbook and couldn't find your .spi files. it is on the page for Backup Files though.
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