Iomega recommends using a Zip drive for:
Extends the computer’s memory by 100 MB additionally.
Transferring your files to other computers when it is not possible to transfer them over the network.
Duplication of information from your hard drive.
Opportunities to work at home or on the go.
Designing and conducting multimedia presentations. Continue reading
Since the creation of the FDD 3.5 “1.44 MB high-density, a lot of time has passed and this type of media has not undergone any changes during this period, while many details of the computer” survived “the revolution. The growing volumes of files and the need for them reliable storage and transfer required the emergence of an alternative device that could eventually supersede this standard accepted at the moment around the world. Continue reading
Do not panic.
Without delay, check all computers for compatibility with 2000. For this, there are programs, including freely distributed ones. You can get them online. In particular, the site www.mitre.org provides links to a very large number of sites from which you can get programs for testing, including free ones, and even for software error correction. Of course, not all of these programs are equivalent. The best choice, most likely, is the YMARK2000 program. Continue reading