Omega Zip Drive

  ludmilla 13:08 23 Feb 2011

I have a new computer with Windows 7 and have plugged in my external omega Zip100 drive
It requies a password to open it.
The message comes up 'please put disc in Drive E'
If I put a similar disc in with no password I can esily read it
How can I unlock the disc requiring a password

  mgmcc 15:25 23 Feb 2011

Do you still have the original computer to which it was connected when the password was set? If so, reconnect the drive to that computer and remove the disk's password protection.

Then, if Windows 7 supports password protecting the disks, create another password while connected to the new PC.

  ludmilla 12:35 24 Feb 2011


The old computer crashed, cannot use the zip drive with it

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:54 24 Feb 2011

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