I just ran BIOS Wizard and it says that LS-120 isn't supported. It says zip files aren't supported but they are (the icon on zip files doesn't show up because I turned it off with Tweakall.)
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What is LS-120 Booting? watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-07-2004 16:52
- 08-07-2004 17:02
well this is what ive found:
Information about the SuperDisk / LS120 drive.
The LS120 or SuperDisk is a drive which supports a special floppy diskette which can store up to 120MB of information as well as being backwards compatible and still supporting the standard 1.44MB floppy diskettes.
Do you have a special zip drive of any kind?
- 08-07-2004 17:04
LS120s are now outdated its a special drive than can read standard 1.44mb floppies or Zip drives. They are now antique not really used, Zip drives replaced them in which in turn solid state storage has replaced (aka pen drives).
- 08-07-2004 17:08
I used to have a SuperDisk drive. Good for backing up & archiving