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ATI Expansion Card

Posted on 2003-11-03
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I'm looking at adding more hard drives to my system.  I previously had an ATI Expansion card that supported my ZIP drive.  

I upgraded to Windows XP (clean install.. no messin around w/ just updates).. and since then have not had any use of my ZIP drive.  I have a feeling I need different drivers for the card than what Windows is detecting.

Anyone know where I can download some different drivers for an ATI expansion card?
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I am assuming  this is an external scsi zip?
I don't know of a scsi card made by ati.
Are you sure it is not an adaptec (or some other brand) scsi card?
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Wow.. i totally messed up the description for the card.. lol.  Ok, try this again..

The card I bought fits in a PCI slot.  It provides two IDE connections (so you can add two ribbons for a total of up to 4 additional devices).

The zip drive is an internal iomega..
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OK so now I know it is not a scsi drive.
Don't know if you need a driver for the IDE controller card. Did windows install a driver for it?
Look in the device manager and see if it shows the PCI IDE controller(s) as working. If not you will have to look at the card to see if you can find a brand & or a model#.
Try the driver found here. It should get you going. If the PCI IDE controller is working.
http://www.iomega.com/software/ioware402pc.html
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A grade of C with no feed back from You after my Question to you.
Whats up with that?
What do you want?
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