Most tape drives will NEVER show up in My Computer as a writeable drive (or
anything else for that matter).  Because tape drives are linear access, as
opposed to random access like hard drives and removable disks, they cannot
be written to using Windows Explorer.  The only tape drive that I've heard
of that allows you to simply copy things over is OnStream but I imagine that
would be horribly slow.

Retrospect should just be able to see it.  If you go to
Configure-->Devices-->Device Status, do you see your drive there?  Do you
have the latest version (v.5.15)?  If the above doesn't help, I'd recommend
calling their Tech Support.

J.

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Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 8:58 AM
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Subject: Colorado T3000


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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