Processing old Kodacolor X in B&W chem

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I already posted this in Color forum, maybe there's some enlightment in this area...

A friend of mine gave me an old Meopta Flexaret VI TLR and inside I found a roll of exposed 120 Kodacolor X.

I've done some searching on processing this and, aside from the Rocky Mountain Company, http://www.rockymountainfilm.com/c22.htm, how would one develope this? I read a few suggestions about developing it in D-76 or other B&W developer to try to at least salvage the silver image. One other company, Dead Link Removed also suggests trying to get good B&W and forget about the color.

Anyone have experience with this.

Thanks
 
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