I don't think the DDS-3 drives will read the DDS-1 tapes, but will 
read the DDS-2.

Basically this means they are one step backward compatible.

DDS-3 will read/write DDS-2
DDS-2 will read/write DDS-1

DDS-1 cannot read/write DDS-2
DDS-2 cannot read/write DDS-3

>DavidRoss wrote:
>>  I like the HP DDS/DAT drives.  <
>thanks for the info on this ... Sounds like these could fit in as a part
>of my overall multi-faceted backup system (I think I want a USB disc,
>Now, can you tell me:  Someone else informed me of the DDS-1 -2 -3
>breakdowns and the different megs the tapes handled.  My question:  will
>one drive accept ALL THREE tapes, or does each tape have to be used with
>ts own drive?
>thanks, David -
>      - ilyes

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