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Q: I already installed it for one platform, and now I can't install forthe other. Help!A: If you have America Online, go to Iomega's SIG (keyword: iomega). Thefiles are available in the PC Utilities section of their software library:ZIPTOOLS.EXE ....part one of the Zip Tools package for PCFIND.EXE ........part two of the Zip Tools package for PCIOSCSI.EXE ......Iomega SCSI drivers, including the Zip Disk drivers, for PCZip Tools version 4.2.1 .....the whole Zip Tools package for Mac

Q: Ok, I downloaded the files that I need. Now whatA: Those are self-extracting files, so for god's sake, be careful! Make adirectory called \ZIPTOOLS, move the ZIPTOOLS.EXE file in there and runit from that directory. Make a subdirectory \ZIPTOOLS\FINDIT, moveFIND.EXE into it, then run that (from the FINDIT subdirectory). Forfurther instructions, read the README.NOW file in the \ZIPTOOLS directory. To install the SCSI drivers, make a directory called \IOMEGA,and move the IOSCSI.EXE file there. Now run it from that directory. RunMANUAL.EXE and read how to install it. You can use the INSTALL program ordo it manually.

If the driver listed is not the right version or operating system, search our driver archive for the correct version. Enter Iomega Zip 750MB USB into the search box above and then submit. In the results, choose the best match for your PC and operating system.

Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.

I have a lot of photos on my two Iomega 250 zip drives and am not able to load the software on Windows 10 to download them. I only have windows 8 and windows 10 on my computers. Can you please tell me where I can download driver updates to used these zip drives

I went to the referenced address and found several companies offering help with downloading drivers. It gave the appearance that they could provide Iomega Zip Drive support. After subscribing to Driver Navigator and Driver Update, I learned this was not true. Driver Navigator refunded my money immediately, without question. Driver Navigator is continuing to try to get me to keep the software and is not wanting to refund my money, even though they state a 60 day 100 percent refund if not satisfied. I have told them why I do not wish to continue use of their software and they keep trying to get me to keep it. I will have to go to PayPal and get them to arbitrate. I would advise anyone against subscribing to Driver Navigator. I did learn through a forum that driver software is not required for the USB supported Zip Drives. I was able to just plug in my Iomega 250 Zip Drive and download my date. Just plugging in the USB cable activates the drive. I also learned from this forum that there are no driver updates beyond Windows XP.

Once you get that hooked up in Windows you will have access to your drive and Zip disks without any additional software. I just did it two nights ago. No software 'should' be required as the PCI-to-EIDE adapter will operate the ATAPI Zip drive from the auspices of its own SCSI driver.This page has a lot of drivers for the USB Zip drives, and I tried one of them on a Windows 98 Second Edition retrobox and it worked with the ATAPI Zip 250 connected directly to the motherboard's EIDE connector (no adapter required). It would probably have worked on Windows 10 as well, but my Windows 10 desktop does not have an EIDE connector so I was forced to acquire the adapter spoken of. Your mileage may vary: _search.phpq=zip+250&company=513&si=f89dbc5675e62c15570fa8405...Most of the 'driver' sites are scams. Find someone with IT experience to get your solution going if you don't follow mine, but mine is simple...

Manufacturer: IOMega Type: Disk cartridge Capacity: 2GB This disk contains tools for Jaz drive. It was supplied with every drive purchased as a backup tools disk. Here's some driver if you want to get your drive alive under Windows: For Mac OS X (up to 10.3 - later have these drivers built-in) you need version 4.0.2 (look for file 'ioware-mx-ppc-402.sit') For 8.5-9.2.2 you must get another version of 4.0.2 ('ioware-m9-ppc-402.hqx'), for 7.5.5-8.1 get version 2.1.1 ('maciom21en.hqx'). Google for these files as they're too large for this hosting, IOMega is making access to these much harder than before.

IomegaWare provides integrated features that will help you find, format, protect, manage and change settings on your Iomega drives. Support is included for Zip, Peerless, Jaz, USB PocketZip, FotoShow Digital Image Center, and HipZip products. These drivers make the drive visible within your operating system. Iomega CopyDisk replaces the default disk copy utility found in Windows and adds support for Iomega drives. Version 4.0.2 offers Iomega Zip 750MB Drive support. Download (3.66MB)

Surprisingly the USB versions of the drives are still working on pretty much all versions of Windows, using legacy device drivers that are built into Windows. Older operating systems do require drivers but there are freely able to download from here: iomega drivers. 153554b96e


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