Iomega for Iomega Atapi Zip-100 Driver Download

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Supported Models

used on NEC - FZ110A Driver

for Iomega Atapi Zip-100 Driver

v10001s Driver

Manufacturers

Iomega

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows ME

File Name

ioware-w32-x86-402.exe (8.6 MB)

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Uploader Notes

I needed a driver for a "Generic" NEC Zip-100 drive, and tried the (iodrv-wme-x86-306.exe)listed. It worked, but didn't integrate the drive into the O/S properly [I had an external actual Iomega Zip-100 that I removed, and the "old" drive letter was still shown in places, which didn't work - Duh!, and the new drive WASN'T shown in all places]. This is a large file, but even with the Generic NEC drive, you'll get the proper drive letter, icon, tool set, and full drive operation. It will also REMOVE any "old" Iomega ZipDrive info you have on your machine. BUT - if you don't "remove" the hardware (from your device properties) BEFORE you install this file, be sure you do so BEFORE YOU RE-BOOT! Then, on re-boot, it will detect all your "Iomega" devices (any generic ones, too), and you'll be goo

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G.Man (DG Member) on 16-Feb-2003

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