I own a power macintosh 9500 running on OS 8.6 (English is not my first language, sorry for any mistakes). I have no expertise with macintosh (or pcs). I didn't use the macintosh for a long time (it started having problems with the cd unit and many other aging issues). So now, though I am sorry cause I really used to like it, I think I'm gonna recycle. I turned it on recently, and it still works somehow, though Norton repair says it found major problems whenever I run the repair disk application. Well there are some few files (no backups) that I would like to keep. It has USB ports but it doesn't seem to recognize usb sticks. I was able (with some help I should say) to set up internet, but browsers crash whenever I try to open my gmail or yahoo (or box net) accounts, so I cannot get these files out using email. The files are relatively large (sound files) so I cannot get them on a floppy. Is there any easy way to "save" my files?