I kinda feel stupid now. I tried once to install the drivers on a floppy bootdisk but had problems somewhat like what you’re having. Unless you just want to own one to say you did I would just forget they existed. Return to General Old Hardware. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. I found also video on web with Click of death – nothing similar, my drive looks like working. DOS’ format apparently is a quick format, finishes in 1″.
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But Iomeg never used it, I used format. As I recall they need a 5v, 1 amp supply. Oh, that’s kind of hard. Net is the opinions of its users.
The dos setup file iomega zip 100 dos I have from iomega for zip drives is iodrv-dos-x Komega guess the drive and disks are both either or meg? This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. Or the power supply.
How to get ZIP drive work in MS-DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.1 ?
I kinda feel stupid now. Whats missing in your collections? I’m guessing that there isn’t, so I’ll have to connect a drive on a Win machine, install the software and format the disks iomsga that. I’ve got a iomega zip 100 dos of external parallel meg zip drives.
Certain the drive is functioning i. Power supply is original from Iomega.
Iomega Zip Tools for DOS, WFW, Win95
EXE which can be run in autoexec or from the command line suffices only for accessing the drive. Hm, really questions which makes me unsure Discussion about old PC hardware.
An excellent iomega zip 100 dos of information on this is http: Parallel port needs to be a bidirectional setting so that data flows both ways. Unless you just want to own one to say you did I would just forget they existed. So if you’re trying iomega zip 100 dos install to a floppy instead of the hard drive that may be the reason.
I tried once to install the iomega zip 100 dos on a floppy bootdisk but had problems somewhat like what you’re having. If that’s OK then it’s got to be either the drive, cable or drivers. Reply with quote Re: Yesterday I reconfigured my and changed also parallel cable.
Iomega Zip Disk DOS/Windows 3.1 Installation File
Are you sure it’s a parallel external zip drive using iomega zip 100 dos parallel cable? But I though to ask beforehand, since it’s quite a thing to do and this way I can also solve what’s still a puzzle for me after all these years.
But I have to admit that I kinda am biased here, I haven’t had one die on me yet. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Now I do remember using the Iomega zip 100 dos tools to format such disks in the past, but I’m going to use the drives on pure Iomeag systems. But where is problem I don’t know.
DOS’ format apparently is a quick format, finishes in 1″. Their site doesn’t show any other options. But on my always when Iomega zip 100 dos try at least run Zi it finds letter for ZIP but always is not accessible – insert disk into or not valid You need to use Iomega’s utility. How to configure ZIP drive?