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Zip Drive install can't find the zip drive / tools disk

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Using the Zip install floppy (paralell Zip drive) install goes well until the point where it looks for the drive then it finds no drives. It worked once a long time ago, but I could never reinstall it. some port config prob? SW prob?
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Have you checked the following links at Iomega's web site. They have some pretty good resources for eliminating Zip Drive headaches.


http://www.iomega.com/support/techs/kbcbr/tree/zip.html
http://www.iomega.com/support/techs/kbcbr/advanced/zip.html
http://www.iomega.com/support/techs/kbcbr/iman/zip.html


Hope this helps,
Craig
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