Zip Drives

Zip drives are removable disk storage systems that were introduced by Iomega in the year 1994. These offered medium capacity storage. The initial capacity for zip drives were limited to 100 MB, later it was increased to 250 MB followed by 750 MB.

Zip drive gained maximum popularity in 1990, although these formats were never successful to replace floppy disk or rewritable CDs and DVDs.

Interfaces:

Zip Drives are available as internal or external units. The interface available for Zip drives are:

ATAPI and USB interface is still used in some modern BIOS for booting.

PC System Requirements:

For installing the Zip Drive 100 MB or Zip Drive 250 MB following system requirements should be met.

Software Requirements:

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