using iomega jaz on a3000

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using iomega jaz on a3000

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Hi!, is possible to use the parallel port version of the iomega JAZ drive on the A3000 ?.
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Sadly not, you need a bi-directional parallel port. A3010, A3020, A4000, A5000, A4, A7000, RiscPC.
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That was the reason I actually upgraded form 3000 to 3020
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So i suppose the zip drive also will not work :(
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soviet wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:32 pm
So i suppose the zip drive also will not work :(
That's right. Actually I misread "jaz" as "zip" originally. I'd never heard of a parallel jaz drive before - zip is far more commonplace with Acorn kit.
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Re: using iomega jaz on a3000

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I know is no the title of thread but i have also this scsi podule.
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Can be used on the a3000 ? seem to fit on the expansion port.
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soviet wrote:
Sun Oct 18, 2020 9:44 pm
Can be used on the a3000 ? seem to fit on the expansion port.
Yes. You can even get metal enclosures to suit holding a podule in the rear socket permanently.
CJE have a manky one for sale just now ... https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Acorn-A3000- ... 4127692704
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