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Easiest way I know is to use hired boot disk...just google hire some boot....download the ISO and USB maker...then run it as first boot on any pc...with the Mac drive on a USB adapter or dock....then select Linux....gparted on the dropdown menu...then drag and drop the files onto a pc that has enough storage space on its own hdd....trying to read a Mac on a pc directly just doesn't work but Linux can read it.
 
=== Update (12/18/2017) ===
 
That should read hirens...but you can also download a version of Linux and run it off a USB without installing it....then read the Mac drive and save whatever files you need...once saved burn it to disc.

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Easiest way I know is to use hired boot disk...just google hire some boot....download the ISO and USB  maker...then run it as first boot on any pc...with the Mac drive on a USB adapter or dock....then select Linux....gparted on the dropdown menu...then drag and drop the files onto a pc that has enough storage space on its own hdd....trying to read a Mac on a pc directly just doesn't work but Linux can read it.

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