:)I remember reading within the past week that someone had come up with a
:)"hack" (for lack of a better word)to allow Zip drive's to act like they
:)were a valid A: or B: drive. I've started to copy a lot of my program's
:)installation disks to zip cartridges, but some of the old ones will only
:)install if they think they are installing from a floppy drive. I'm
:)interested in trying this fix for the situation, but I can't remember
:)what magazine I read it in (and thus where to go and get it) and in spite
:)of searching all morning through the major mags web sites, I can't find
:)anything. Does this ring a bell with anyone and/or do you know a solution
:)for this problem?
Maybe let it set up as D:, then "join d: b:" to make DOS intrepret
commands accessing B: as D:. Might work, might not.
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