Atari formatted is different from windhoos formatted in case ofQuote:>Hi
>I Have trouble reading my Atari-formatted Iomega Zipdisks on my Windows 98
>There appears a drive icon in windows, but no files are visible.
>Can anyone help me out with this? I formatted the disks under CBHD 5.0(or
>something like that). On my Falcon everything worked fine ....
>Thanks in advantage !
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32 meg partitions should work on both machinesQuote:>>Hi
>>I Have trouble reading my Atari-formatted Iomega Zipdisks on my Windows
>>There appears a drive icon in windows, but no files are visible.
>>Can anyone help me out with this? I formatted the disks under CBHD
>>something like that). On my Falcon everything worked fine ....
>>Thanks in advantage !
Dr. Uwe Seimet | I really hate this damned machine,
| I wish that they would sell it.
I now decided to buy the iomega ZIP drive, SCSI version
(thanks for all tips, I didn't want to buy Syquest because I've heard
that they have troubles).
Now I want to read/write DOS formatted and partitioned ZIP discs on my
ATARI (actually I write to the disc also with mtools on a SUN).
I read through the news in DejaNews and nearly everybody suggests HDDRIVER.
So I got the demo version of HDDRIVER 7.6 yesterday.
But in the "readme" it says:
Drives that were partitioned with very old versions of the ICD hard disk
software are not AHDI compatible if they have more then 4 partitions.
In this case the installation of an AHDI compatible driver requires
repartitioning your drive with an AHDI compatible software package or
converting the existing partitioning scheme to an AHDI compatible scheme
Now, that's not very helpful: which versions of ICD software do they
"Old versions" is a bit vague...
Is the following software from ICD
HDUTIL Version 5.13
ICDBOOT Version 6.5.5
Problem with the demo is that it is VERY restricted.
I have more than 4 HD partitions and so I didn't wonder
that the HDDRIVER demo could find my ZIP drive on SCSI but couldn't
address it with a DOS zip-disc in it(no read).
Otoh I don't want to repartition and buy HDDRIVER now because
I couldn't test it.
Any other tools to simply read or write from/to DOS
formatted/partitioned ZIP discs via SCSI?
Thanks in advance
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