Recognizing Drives

Joseph ubuntu at
Sat Mar 29 14:19:28 UTC 2008

On Sat, 2008-03-29 at 13:30 +0000, Aart Koelewijn wrote:

> On Fri, 28 Mar 2008 21:03:07 -0500, Joseph wrote:
> > I have an Iomega Zip Plus drive whiich worked well on a windows XP
> > system.  My Ubuntu doesn't seem to want to "see" or recognize it.
> > 
> > Is it possible for me to get Ubuntu to recognize my Zip Drive???
> What kind of Iomega Zip drive (connected to which kind of port)? I have 
> an about 10 years old SCSI Iomega Zip drive connected to its own SCSI 
> card which is recognized perfectly if it is switched on when the computer 
> is booted. It will not be recognized if it was switched of when then 
> computer booted and switched on later. But AFAIKR there were several 
> kinds of Iomega ZIP drives. The one I have which you connect to a SCSI 
> port, others you could connect to the parellel port and maybe also some 
> you could connect to a serial or usb port. Depending on the kind of 
> connection you might need special drivers.
> -- 
> Aart

It's a  Z100plus, p/n 02958B00,  S/N PJAH46T5MJ

This one is connected to the parallel port.  

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