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Offline swift240

Iomega IDE Zip 100
« on: April 01, 2006, 01:11:09 PM »
Hi all,
I won an Iomega IDE 100 Zip drive on eBay, works on the PC tried it,
But when trying to get it to run on my Amiga, it just will not see it at all.

I have an IDE'99 board and from that I have on the Primary a 2Gig HD with OS3.9,BB1 and BB2 as master and a CD rom as Slave.
On the Secondary side I have the IDE Zip set as Master.
I have the Zip Dosdriver in Devs DosDrivers.
In the Icon settings of the Zip Dosdriver are as follows:-

ACTIVATE=1
STARTUP=1
DEVICE=scsi.device
UNIT6

If I change the UNIT6 to UNIT0 then OS3.9 starts up then hangs dead in the middle if all the Icons showing.

I have tried the obvious like IoTools but it states "Currently, no Iomega drive is available."
I have tried the Mounter in Tools but still same problem it just wil not be seen.

I hope this is somwetghing simple to overcome but I havent got a clue as what to do next?

Can any one help please on this, I dont want to see it just sit there and do nothing.

TIA,

Mike.
Amiga 1200, 82gb HD, 4 way IDE\'97, DVD Multi-Recorder, OS3.9, BB1,BB2, Apollo Turbo MkII 030/40, 32meg Fastram, 4Gb CF card PCMCIA slot, IDE CF card adaptor 4Gb CF card, HP 810C, Alba HDTV, Converted PC PSU. C128, C64, C16, Plus4, 1701, 1570, 1541MkII, ARP6.0,KCS Power Cart, FreezeFrame MK3B, Freeze Machine, Simons Basic,  PSP, PS1, PS2, PS3 HDMI and 1TB HD+ 80gb USB HD, PS3 TV add on, Sound Surround speakers for PS2,PS3,PC, and Amiga Amazing sound on the Amiga.
 

Offline swift240

Re: Iomega IDE Zip 100
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2006, 01:33:42 PM »
Its Ok, sorted it.

Mike.
Amiga 1200, 82gb HD, 4 way IDE\'97, DVD Multi-Recorder, OS3.9, BB1,BB2, Apollo Turbo MkII 030/40, 32meg Fastram, 4Gb CF card PCMCIA slot, IDE CF card adaptor 4Gb CF card, HP 810C, Alba HDTV, Converted PC PSU. C128, C64, C16, Plus4, 1701, 1570, 1541MkII, ARP6.0,KCS Power Cart, FreezeFrame MK3B, Freeze Machine, Simons Basic,  PSP, PS1, PS2, PS3 HDMI and 1TB HD+ 80gb USB HD, PS3 TV add on, Sound Surround speakers for PS2,PS3,PC, and Amiga Amazing sound on the Amiga.