100MB ZIP disc Super-BASE file recovery

A Zip100 disc which held a copy of Superbase database that needed rescue after the computer failed to recognise the disk in the drive.
ZIP 100mb SuperBase database recovery transfer to CD


Disk Conversions & Transfer - 100MB ZIP disc Super-BASE file recovery

100MB ZIP disc Super-BASE file recovery

A Zip100 disc which held a copy of Superbase database that needed rescue after the computer failed to recognise the disk in the drive.
ZIP 100mb SuperBase database recovery transfer to CD

During mid-90's Iomega made a removable ZIP cartridge of 100mb capacity in a 3.5 inch 90mm floppy disk format. This was a step up from the larger 44mb and 88mb Syquest drives available at the time. We recently received such a ZIP100 disk from 1996 containing d-base files. The disk was no longer recognised by the computer and several people had evidently had-a-go at getting data off it including removing the metal shield. However we managed to get the data back-ed up on to a CD and the client restored the file on the system.


100MB ZIP disc Super-BASE file recovery

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During mid-90's Iomega made a removable ZIP cartridge of 100mb capacity in a 3.5 inch 90mm floppy disk format. This was a step up from the larger 44mb and 88mb Syquest drives available at the time. We recently received such a ZIP100 disk from 1996 containing d-base files. The disk was no longer recognised by the computer and several people had evidently had-a-go at getting data off it including removing the metal shield. However we managed to get the data back-ed up on to a CD and the client restored the file on the system..