honda5 16:51 08 Jan 07

I've got a lot of photos stored on LS120 high density disks from when I used on a PC using Windows98 some years ago.
Has anyone experience or knowledge of installing the LS 120 SuperDisc drive on Windows XP Home ?

  jimv7 17:47 08 Jan 07

Just plug it in, xp will see it as a lsrge floppy.

  Eric10 17:58 08 Jan 07

jimv7 is right. Just set the jumper on the LS120 drive to CS, SL, or MA as appropriate for your system. Connect it to one of the IDE connections and plug in a power connector. The drive should be detected at boot up and can be used by XP just like any other drive without special drivers. Although it is connected to an IDE channel it can take drive letter A: if available or B: if A: is already taken by a floppy drive.

  sunny staines 19:12 08 Jan 07

ls-120 disks do not like ntfs, if you get any problems temp change to fat32 to read the disk save the info to the hdd then revert back to ntfs.

  honda5 19:22 08 Jan 07

Thanks to the three replies , most helpful

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