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Ditto 2GB & NT 4.0

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I recently purchased Iomega Ditto 2GB External Tape Drive.  I am using
windows NT workstation version 4.0 and the diskettes that come with the
hardware does not have the drivers for it.  Can you please send me, or
point me in the right direction, parallel port drivers for Ditto 2GB for
NT workstation version 4.0?

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You will get drivers and (some) support from www.iomega.com
Ther are also mirrors which access is faster. From germany I use: ftp.fh-rosenheim.de

BUT you are unlucky! Here some text from IOMEGA:

Will Ditto Tools work with Windows 3.1x, 95 and DOS?
The Ditto Tools backup software will work with Windows 3.1x, 95 and MS-DOS. Ditto Tools 5.x is required for Windows 95, 4.x is not
supported under Windows 95. The backup software included with Windows 95 will only work with Iomega internal 250 tape drive. Iomega
does not support the use of the backup software included with Windows 95.

How about Windows NT?
Currently, there is no backup software available for Windows NT. Backup software for Windows NT is underdevelopment and will be
available in the near future. The internal 250 tape drives are the only tape drives that will work with the backup software included with
Windows NT. Service pack 4 from Microsoft's FTP site contains drivers that will support the internal 800 tape drive.

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