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Iomega Zip Password decryption

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I have one Zip disk that I password protected. For some reason the drive / disk / software no longer recognises the password! I only use one password and I've tried all the obvious typos just in case but without sucess! Is there anywhere I can get some decryption software to put me straight???

Someone please help!

T.I.A.
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Here's a program to do just that.
http://fatfat.company.com.tw/iosnatch.zip

let me know if you have problems using, or downloading this program
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Thank you! Problem solved!!!
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