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ZIP Drive keeps ejecting disk!!

Posted on 1998-07-10
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Greetings, Every time I shut down or restart my computer, my Iomega ZIP drive ejects the disk. How do I get it to stop this annoying function. I've looked everywhere for a command or button but can't find any. All help is appreciated. I have a Quantex P-133 Multimedia system with 48Mb RAM. The Iomega drive is the F drive.
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I assumed you're using Win95, check you startup folder, remove the iomega tools and iomega watch or similar name, I'm not at my machine, can remember exactly what the name is.
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I'm using Win95. Thanks I'll try that.
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