Iomega Zip

I can't get this IDE drive to work in Win 95.
danbreenAsked:
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mikecrCommented:
Well danbreen, let's find out a few things first like, what kind of drive is it, i.e. Make and model? What types of error messages if any are you getting? What type of system do you have, i.e motherboard,cpu,memory, Brand name if applicable?

Thanks,
Michael
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aszureCommented:
You have to give more of a description than that. Describe your os, type of pc and what kind of problem.
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JBURGHARDTCommented:
When you install IDE  zip drive on back of the drive you will see jumper to set it as slave and master when you add zip drive to the same cable that you have cd-rom on set your zip drive as master and cd-rom as slave also there is problem with bus mastering drivers they cause some problems
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