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SubjectRe: boot from zip drive?
On Fri, 27 Mar 1998, Bryn Paul Arnold Jones wrote:

> On Fri, 27 Mar 1998, Brian Gerst wrote:
> >
> > I'm sure an ATAPI zip drive could be booted too, if your BIOS lets you
> > boot from other than c: (like mine, a Tyan Tomcat motherboard).
> >
> Yes, sure.
> > My SCSI Zip (internal) can go on any SCSI id, not just 5 or 6. Not sure
> > about the external SCSI zip or Zip Plus in SCSI mode.
> The external Zip has 2 switches on the back, one is termination on/off,
> the other is id 5/6 (I think, could be 4/5, or 3/4 tho). It definatly
> isn't 0 or 1.
> I've no idea about the Zip Plus, they may well have put a proper id switch
> on it, then again they can save a few pennies with by not using one.
I own a zip plus, it only accepts 5/6 and so did the scsi one (had one till
it got the "Click of Death".) tho the plus does auto termination, where the
zip scsi did not.


Mark Szlaga
/dev/hdb5 - 0.5Gb of spinning metal, all alone in the night...

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