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OS9.1 and Iomega
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nuts
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Join Date: Jan 2001
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Jan 19, 2001, 04:36 PM
 
Zip is not working. Mounts on desk top but doesn't allow you to copy to it. Some times it doesn't mount and ask if you want to initialize the disc. , you say yes and it doesn't do it . It ejects it out.

Any clues? Any one else having zip problems.
     
Allah
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Jan 19, 2001, 10:00 PM
 
Is this a SCSI or a ATA Zip? What version of the drivers are installed? I have an internal ATA Zip in my G4 and it works great. Driver version 6.0.8 from IomegaWare 2.8 running on OS 9.1

[This message has been edited by Allah (edited 01-19-2001).]
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Cipher13
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Jan 20, 2001, 05:54 AM
 
Don't install any Iomega drivers that came with your drive. Let the MacOS handle it with its own drivers.
Help?

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Jim Retzner
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Jan 21, 2001, 02:20 AM
 
Try this: Install the Iomega software and then disable it via Extension Manager or Conflict Catcher. When you have to initialize a Zip cartridge then enable the needed control panel, do your task, and the re-disable the control panel.
     
   
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