I'm trying to install an Iomega Zip 100 MB Drive on an Asus Z97 64bit motherboard running Windows 10 with a PCI express ide connector to substitute for the lack of connector that the 64bit motherboards now are usually leaving the legacy ide connector disk drives out that could be found to connect to the 32 bit motherboards. it doesn't show up in the device manager or in disk management but the light comes on the front of the drive and the zip drive can be ejected under the power of the computer build. Is there a driver I haven't been able to find the need for one. Is there something that I might can do that I have overlooked. Thanks.
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The last time I saw this was using the USB version of this drive. Did you try some USB to IDE adapter?
About that IDE PCIe board. You have to get the motherboard drivers first for that board to show and then the drivers for that PCIe IDE board. But …
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