First of all, this is NOT my doing. Someone has one-upped me, haha! But that's just great.http://www.nattvard.com/iix/index.php
He's found a way of extracting the samples with both loop points and attack/sustain parameters (if the original patch have them).
To download each disk in full go to "database", under column "library/disk" click the link to the desired disk and a box will appear. Choose "Convert" and you get to download that whole disk folder with samples and SFZ (or akai s-900 if you desire) presets containing all parameters, and even a html page (screenshot) of Fairlights Page-7 for each patch. Neat!
On his site he even has an online program that can convert your disk images straight to the above, so if you are an IIx owner and have floppys with your own custom sounds this is golden! You can even convert wavs to CMI disk image, and there is an app to upload a .co file and view it on Page-7 style.
There are some patches that are great with original loop points, but there are a lot of bad ones too. And for some samples I have found seamless loops with Extreme Sample Converter whereas the original loop pops like h**l. But at least this appears to be the closest we have come to the original library on PC with most parameters intact.
Thanks Carl, for your great work on this!