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You could try BadCopy Pro. They have a free trial version so you could test it before you buy. Also it does not write data to the disk, so you do not risk anything.
A university student phoned up to ask for help with files saved to his floppy disk, which he could not now seem to access. There was a vague connection to the internet, since he had re-formatted his HDD due to problems with internet connections (had wanted to start from scratch). His final year thesis was on the HDD prior to computer recovery, and he had checked when saving the files that they could be re-read.
Wanting to help a fellow human being in difficulty, I asked some obvious questions. After a minute or so it began to seem that he had saved several tens of meg to the disk...
Yup, the floppy was full of (Windows) short-cuts...
cannot remember how many peoples lives ive saved with this prog!