Iomega ZIP Drive Is PIO Mode 0 ?
since I don't have any good knowledge about these kind of software/hardware errors, I really don't know what to do, or where to ask, so be patient with me. The system cover must be removed to access the pin hole. Thanks ! >Unformatted: Home PR Database Search (Contact us) $NetBSD: query-full-pr,v 1.39 2013/11/01 18:47:49 spz Exp $ $NetBSD: gnats_config.sh,v 1.8 2006/05/07 09:23:38 tsutsui Exp $ Copyright © 1994-2007 The NetBSD Foundation, Regards BaldrickEdited by Baldrick namrehto Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Senior Member Joined: 23 June 2005 Location: Scotland Status: Offline Points: 3876 Post Source
Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues 2001May 2001Jan 2002Feb 2002Mar 2002Apr 2002May 2002Jun 2002Jul 2002Aug 2002Sep 2002Oct 2002Nov 2002Dec 2002Jan 2003Feb 2003Mar 2003Apr 2003May 2003Jul 2003Aug 2003Sep 2003Oct Reply With Quote January 12th, 2004,10:33 PM #3 quantass View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date May 2003 Posts 47 Martin, thanks for the suggestion. If you wanted to pursue this further (or if it drops back to PIO again as a result of transfer errors) then I would suggest opening the case and re-socketing the alt.iomega.zip.jazz Discussion: Disk not detected in drive (too old to reply) David Hare-Scott 2003-09-22 21:07:34 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Running Windows 2000 Pro SP3 I have just installed an IDE Iomega Zip
my system is a dual opteron 1.7ghz, 2gb ram, windows 64bit, three harddrives (SAMSUNG SP20114N and WDC WD1000BB-00CAA0, and another one for some reason doesn't show up at the moment. Creating an audio CD from MP3s 13.13. How one is supposed to divine that the combination of Zip drivewith type HDD is required I wouldn't know as neither Microsoft norIomega have anything about this sort of thing.
For SCSI CD-ROMS the audio/tosha package can be used. I am trying to get either an internal or external zip drive working. If you have the choice, the parallel ZIP drive would probably be the most straightforward, not use up an IDE port, and of course can be moved and used with a The disk drive is on the primary IDE channel as Device 0 whilst Device 1 is an Iomega Zip 100 drive running in 'Multi-word DMA Mode 1'.
Reply With Quote 09-14-2005,08:16 AM #6 quantass View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Feb 2002 Location Superstring Brane #2 Posts 579 Ok guys I've done some modifications. a friend was suggesting Process Explorer to find out why my harddrive is chewing, spinning and slowing down my system for no reason at all. Baldrick Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 04 October 2005 Status: Offline Points: 6 Post Options Post Reply QuoteBaldrick Report Post Thanks(0) http://www.vcfed.org/forum/archive/index.php/t-12985.html [email protected] -- From: Dmitry Pryanishnikov
Same result in each case, windows recognises it as a zipdrive but doesn't see the disk in it.I then noticed that having set it as Zip additional settings becameavailable for type Are you running the controller in PIO mode 0? This is a NetBSD CD, of course. :) Unmount the CD: # umount /mnt # If the CD is still accessed (e.g. Thanks, Terry YagerNovember 8th, 2008, 04:11 PMHmmmn, I'd try the SCSI option if it's available, before you tear out any more of your hair. --T mbbrutmanNovember 8th, 2008, 04:41 PMThe IDE
BTW, from what i remeber on my previous mobo (ECS K7S5A v1.0) the very same DVDROM "was" set to UDMA Mode while the ZIP Drive "may" have been set to PIO I've also tried a different 40 pin cable and still the same affect. Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: HELP! Simple solution for your voting quandaries: Determine which candidate is supported by the Trial Lawyers, and then vote for one of his/her opponents - 99.99% effective in avoiding total slimeballs.
The BIOS recognises that it's there, Windows DeviceManager/DiskPost by Demail@example.comPost by David Hare-Scottdrives/ says it's there and working properly and Windows Explorerrecognises it as a removable drive.When I boot I get http://htmltemplatesfree.net/iomega-zip/iomega-zip-drive-disk-stuck.html Of course this also works fine if you only extract single tracks from various CDs, creating your very own mix CD! If I had been advised about this I would have gone for the external device and hang the speed difference between ZIP hardware. They are not necessary on NetBSD 3.x systems.
The steps involved here are: Create .wav files from your .mp3 files: $ mpg123 -w foo.wav foo.mp3 Do this for all of the MP3 files that you want to have on I performed a clean installation of Win2000 Pro then installed the VIA4IN1 Drivers (latest = v4.51) from this website. Make sure you fix the permissions of any new device nodes you create: # ls -l cd1* brw-r----- 1 root operator 6, 8 Mar 18 21:55 cd1a brw-r--r-- 1 root wheel have a peek here There are several programs available to do this: For most ATAPI, SCSI and several proprietary CDROM drives, the audio/cdparanoia package can be used.
So I uninstalled, reboot (twice as the system requested) and I now have the Transfer Method set at 'DMA 2' and the system is back to normal again. To extract track 2 with cdd, type: # cdd -t 2 `pwd` This will put a file called track-02.cda in the current directory. drive ?
If you want any user to be able to do this, perform the following steps: Give groups and other the access rights to the device. # chmod go+rw /dev/cd0a Ask NetBSD
Reading an pre-existing ISO image # dd if=/dev/rcd0a of=filename.iso bs=2k # Alternatively, you can create a new ISO image yourself: Generating the ISO image Put all the data you want to Go to that directory and explore the image. The controller doesn't know or care. Reply With Quote 09-12-2005,10:53 PM #2 Sterling_Aug View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Mod w/ an attitude Join Date Jun 1999 Location Schuylkill Haven, PA 1797 Posts 12,786 Because the
That's not to say that there could be some ATA controller out there with lots of smarts, but it would be exceptional. Baldrick Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 04 October 2005 Status: Offline Points: 6 Post Options Post Reply QuoteBaldrick Report Post Thanks(0) I know I've run 100 MB ATA Zip drives on DOS 6.2 successfully. Check This Out Writing the ISO image to CD-R When you have the ISO image file, you just need to write it on a CD.
The steps involved are: Extract ("rip") the audio tracks as described as in Section 13.8, "Using audio CDs with NetBSD" to get a couple of .wav files.