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Old Sep 20, 2002, 03:54 PM
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hi m8 before u think of spending that hard earn cash
read this on this web site about the big problem with this well know zip drive

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ZIP and JAZ drive click of death Iomega's drives sometimes fall victim to a malady known as the Click of Death. Sounds bad, is bad. Learn what you can do about it, and get my free "Trouble In Paradise" (TIP) early warning utility.********grc.com/tip/clickdeath.htm
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Old Sep 20, 2002, 06:00 PM
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[B]hi m8 before u think of spending that hard earn cash
read this on this web site about the big problem with this well know zip drive

backup2k1

ZIP and JAZ drive click of death Iomega's drives sometimes fall victim to a malady known as the Click of Death. Sounds bad, is bad. Learn what you can do about it, and get my free "Trouble In Paradise" (TIP) early warning utility.********grc.com/tip/clickdeath.htm [/B]
Hi there,

If you read everything at this link ********grc.com/tip/codfaq5.htm you will seen this.

"What does this mean to you?

It means that you're not stuck with defective Iomega drives which should clearly NOT have failed in this fashion. It means that Iomega has agreed to REPLACE Click Death drives even if they are out of warranty because they know that it's not your fault that this has happened, and that it should not have happened to you."

Iomega will replace a drive if it devlopes this problem.
How many CD burner companies will do this?
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Old Sep 20, 2002, 06:26 PM
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ok. this click of death thing is kinda of a worrying thing coz i don't wanna buy a faulty product but its a low percentage rite??

anybody ever experience the click of death?

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Old Sep 20, 2002, 07:26 PM
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sud be gettin my usb2 pci card through the post soon. In the uk, the 750mb zip drive is like 160 - 170. is abit pricey and u don't get any free disks. but for a 100 in pc world u can get the 250mb on wit 3 free disks. wot u reckon? save and get the 750mb or 250mb?

how long will i have to wait b4 the price goes down abit.?

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Old Sep 21, 2002, 08:33 AM
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