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Iomega external 100mb zip drive

Can you tell me which port othe rear of the drive connects to my PC? I am using a cable which plugs into an UCSB port - should there be any problems Thank you

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No just connect to your usb and windows should automatically install drivers after recognising the hardware.

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Check out this site: http://www.iomega.com/europe/support/english/documents/11382e.html The pictures that have red arrows show where the cable that should connect to your coputer should go. Yours might be this one: http://www.iomega.com/support/images/iom_sup_zip_100_usb_new_rear.gif

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