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Posted by: chrisNova777
« on: February 09, 2019, 07:23:32 AM »

Posted by: chrisNova777
« on: February 08, 2019, 05:34:37 AM »

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« on: January 31, 2019, 07:48:29 PM »



How do I know which Iomega Zip drive I own?
http://web.archive.org/web/20150409115341/https://lenovo-na-en.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2012

Iomega ZIP, JAZ, REV
Different types of ZIP DRIVES
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Internal Zip drives~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Z100IDE      zip 100 ide
Z100IDE ZIP   zip 100 ide
Z100iDE      Internal ZIP IDE 100  () -grey on beige lettering front
Z100ATAPI   Internal ZIP ATAPI 100 () -shows "cable select settings" -raised lettering on drive front
Z100ATAPI2      ATAPI Manual
Z250ATAPI   Internal ZIP ATAPI 250 ()
Z750ATAPI   Internal zip atapi 750   Z750ATAPI ZIP750AT
Z100Si   -beige raised lettering similar to atapi drives but no 'cable select' setting -50pin connect
Z100Si ZIP   Internal ZIP SCSI () -blue in color -shows "cable select" settings -iomega in red

External Zip drives~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Z100PLUS   zip 100 parallel + scsi both (needs power supply)
Z100P      zip 100 parallel (needs power supply)
Z100P2      zip 100 parallel (needs power supply)
Z250P      Zip 250 Parallel Port drive

Z100USB      zip 100 usb
Z100USBNC   zip 100 usb
Z100USBS   zip 100 usb
Z100USBV   zip 100 usb
Z250USBPCM  zip 250 usb (needs power supply)
Z250USBPCMBP Zip 250 USB Host Powered drive
Z250F      zip 250 firewire (still needs power supply i think)

Z750F      ZIP750FIRE
Z750USB    ZIP750USB (usb 2.0?)

Z100S
Z100S2 external SCSI zip100
Z250S external SCSI zip250

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zip drive cables
parallel drives have blue MALE>FEMALE cables
scsi drives have GREY MALE>MALE cables (for SCSI)
in a pinch you can use a db25 male-male gender changer to make a parallel cable function as a scsi cable