Opening 900 files

Did your computer fail to open a 900 file? We explain what 900 files are and recommend software that we know can open or convert your 900 files.

What is a 900 file?

The .900 file extension was created for an obsolete data file format that was developed by NCD. The 900 file format was used for NC900 machines, which were manufactured by NCD as business network computers. Also known as NCBridge NC900 boot software files, these .900 files were normally found in NC900 computers with the NCBridge software.

The NCBridge software and these 900 files were used for the boot-up and initialization processes that were deployed by these NC900 machines. These .900 files contained code that assisted firmware and OS components through the boot process. These 900 files also contained references for resources that were also integral for the initialization of these NC900 computers.

Since these .900 files are already obsolete and were originally used internally by the NCBridge software for these outdated NC900 computers, it is recommended to leave these 900 files alone. There is no known program as of this writing that can open and edit the content of these .900 files.

Try a universal file viewer

In addition to the products listed above, I would suggest that you try a universal file viewer like Free File Viewer. It can open over 200 different types of files - and very likely yours too! Download Free File Viewer.

By Prof. Jones (The File Expert)

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