The older version of Apple’s Macintosh versions utilized a data fork file extension known as .DT. In general, fork files are used to store additional data or information that is associated with any normal object file. Depending on the type and strength of the system, it may be able to support either one or numerous fork files. A fork file has no size limits and at times, it could exceed the actual data file in size. The Macintosh Data Fork Files were used on earlier versions of the computer and could not be accessed by the general user. They were more specifically present for the system itself.
We hope we helped you solve the problem with the DT file. If you do not know where you can download the application from our list, click on the link (which is the name of the program) - you will find more information there on the location where to download the secure setup version of the required application.
There can be more reasons which determine that you are not able to open the DT file (apart from the lack of the proper application installed).
First - the DT file may be incorrectly associated with the application installed to support it. In this case, you need to change this association by yourself. To do this, right-click on the DT file that you want to edit, click "Open with" and then select the program from the list that you have installed. After this operation, the problems with opening the DT file should be solved.
Second - the file you want to open can simply be damaged. Then, the best solution is to find a new version of given file, or download it again from the same source as before (maybe for some reason in the previous session the download of the DT file has not been completed and it cannot be opened properly).
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