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Im considering to buy a internal zip drive because i have no table room for a external, is there anything negitive about a internal zip drive is it hard to install??
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An internal zip is great and there are no disadvantages to having one, they are no harder to install then a harddrive having to set jumpers for master and slave and to have to place it on the proper place on the cable. Alot of manufactures are including internal zip drives with there machines.
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