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I have been shipped the wrong connections for my Iomega UltraMax Desktop Hrd Drive Order No. 2452532 shipped 6/11/08 to Joseph A. Gappa. specfically, connection to my UltraMax HD 500GB w/ firewire 400/usb 2.0. Pls. advise

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Contact the sender

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