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Iomega Rev Disc Write Error

A new error for an existing working disc appears when I now try to save a file to the disc. The error message is "Burn to Disc - Please insert a writable disc into drive E:". I am able to read files from the disc. I am able to write to other discs with the same drive.

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You might have finalised the disc on the first burn or you have not selected to burn a multisession disk
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what type of zip disk are you trying to read? if it is larger than 100MB, the drive will not be able to read it.

can you read other disks? can you see the drive in my computer?

what operating system are you using, and how does does this drive connect to the computer? USB? Firewire?

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Straighten a paper clip and insert it into the little hole on the power button. You have to stick it in there kind of far, but you'll get your disk out.

Let me guess, you both are Mac users. Probably upgraded to a new Mac OS? Now it looks like your zip drive has died.

I'm working on fixing this same problem. The new Mac OS won't detect the Zip Drive and the classic environment isn't supported.

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