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Iomega ZIP 100 IDE

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This may be a stupid idea but... your zip drive has a full ide interface so you could try attaching it to an IDE to USB adapter and see what the response is.  I have used IDE to USB and SATA to USB adapters to read disks that won't attach to the onboard interfaces.

Dave Yeo:

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--- Quote from: Dave Yeo on February 07, 2022, 05:39:02 pm ---Wonder if a bootable Linux stick would recognize it?

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If possible, a link to where to get and how to make such a stick.

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Simplest is probably the DFSee stick downloadable at https://dfsee.com/dfsee/media.php
Whether that has support for the Iomega zip drive, I don't know.


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