Question about Iomega 100MB IDE Black Zip Drive (ZIPBRACBLACK) Drive
A simple problem: My 100MB zip drive has quit working. Though eight or nine years old, until recently it did fine. Now it accepts and ejects a zip disk, and the light stays on, but my computer won't recognize its existence. Does anybody suppose it can be fixed?
Failing a repair, can anybody tell me how to salvage the data off the zip disks I have? I'd love to be able to move it to, say, flash drives.
I think it is damaged. because of the bad sectors . try to use third party recovery app
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its probably a bad disk. The only way I have been able to fix these is to First launch disk utility THEN put the disk in. THEN run the utility. You have to do it in this order. The key thing here is utility has to be running first and then insert the disk "HOT"
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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