The information on this page refers to two products developed by Jason Ingram which enable users to access their expensive old BDM CDs on newer Windows computers.
The Bathurst Family History Group Inc. has no relationship with the developer but has taken advantage of an opportunity to promote the products and may receive a very small commission if you click on the 'buy' link on this page.
|Free Demo (14 day limit)|
|If you purchase BDM Data Viewer by clicking on the link at the left, you will be taken to a different secure site. Bathurst Family History Group will receive a very small commission.|
The same software author also offers BDM Revival which allows you to use your old DOS programmes on the new versions of Windows.
(14 day limit) immediate download
NB: You * may * need .NET
If you purchase BDM Revival by clicking on the link at the left, you will be taken to a different secure site.
Bathurst Family History Group will receive a very small commission.
Don't throw away those old DOS based CD-ROM indexes. With BDM Revival you will be able to run them again in Windows Vista, 7, and 8 (including 64 bit). Not only that, you will be able to export data into BDM Data Viewer in future versions...
System Requirements: any Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 (32 or 64 bit) PC
With direct support for the following indexes (more to come):
As well as the ability to manually install almost any DOS application including Windows 3.1 (assuming you have the installation disks) and Windows 3.1 applications.
Future versions will ship with built in support for other DOS based indexes as they become available.