Hi Dave,

Retrospect Backup for Windows supports most IDE/ATA/ATAPI, USB, and SCSI
(for Retrospect Desktop Backup and higher) tape drives. I believe the
Colorado T3000 is an older, floppy controller-based tape drive, which falls
outside Retrospect's scope of compatible devices.

If you'd like to purchase a newer tape drive, this list would be an
excellent resource for recommendations.

Best regards,

Eric Ullman
Dantz Development

Dave Otto <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Colorado drives are listed as supported devices but how do I get a Colorado
> drive to show up in My Computer so Retrospect can see it?
> Thanks, Dave Otto

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