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NT DRIVER FOR IOMEGA DITTO MAX 7GB

Posted on 1998-09-18
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Know somebody where I can find driver for my Ditto Max
tape streamer??? (Not by IOMEGA, ==> I don't want pay
for a driver!!!)

PS: Never buy this product!!! The hardware is OK, but the software are really BAD !!! (A lot of bugs with Win 95 !!!)
And for the NT driver, it cost you 20$!

I had better stay home the day I buy this product!

Regards.
Stephane
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by:vanille
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It's not a hard question... But I need really the solution !!! ;-)
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Get Seagate Backup Exec for Windows NT Workstation (not the Backup Exec for NT Server).  It's an excellent and very robust backup program, works with virtually all tape drives on the market (including your Ditto Max) and is well worth the money.  It's about US$150 and can be found at: http://www.seagatesoftware.com/bewinntwork/
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