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Ditto Tape Backup not recognized in WindowsXP Prof.

Posted on 2004-04-07
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Iomega® Ditto 2GB External tape backup.

Please advise- Ditto tape backup worked with our previous system WIN98.
But now WIN XP professional cannot detect on LPT1 - ECP printer port .
How can this be resolved?

Please email me at gmaltezos@ingeautomation.com
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Sorry to say but you are out of luck.

Support for Iomega® Ditto® drives is limited to the following operating systems:
    * DOS
    * Windows® 3.1
    * Windows 95
    * Windows 98
    * Windows NT®
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