Iomega 750 zip disk

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tommycarter

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I have an Iomega 750 zip drive. I have a disk that has become so corrupted that my system will no longer recognize it. This disk is physically all right. I have already lost on the data on it and I don't won't to loose the $15.00 disk too. How do you force a format on this disk so that I can at least save the disk?

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Tom Carter
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you should be able to format the disk by opening "My Computer" and "Right-Clicking" on the Zip Drive with the disk in it and choose FORMAT from the menu.
 

Tushman

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Sorry to hear about your problem there. That 'clikc of death' is the number 1 reason why i refuse to use my zip drive anymore. I had a similar prob happen to me and since then i have completely switched over to CD-Rs.
 

JohnWill

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I have retired all my Zip drives, anyone wants a real collection cheap should contact me. :D I used to have them on most of the systems, but $10 after rebate CD-RW drives have replaced all of them. :D:D:D
 
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