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I had to reinstall windows 95. I had a back up on my jaz drive but my computer refuses to acknowledge my jaz drive or my hp scanner (they are daisy chained  together on the scsi card).
I have the installation cd's and diskettes, but even with them I've had no success. Help!
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1. Check for correct termination on the SCSI-chain first.
2. install win95 from cd/diskettes, and insttall the latest driver for you SCSI-card.

you should see your JAZZ now. If not, install the Iomega software.

to restore from backup, just pick out the files and folders you need. install all programs by means of their original CD/diskette.

don't forget to award me points before you format your harddrive!!!

Greetz,
Simon
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