What is the speed of a zip disk?

Answer According to Adroit Data Recovery Center, the most recent Zip Disks (750 megabytes) have a data transfer rate of about 7.5 megabytes per second. However, the early Zip Disks (100 and 250 megabytes)... Read More »

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At what speed does a zip disk device store&access information?

According to the zip disk manufacturer Iomega, zip drives transfer data at up to 7.5 megabytes per second (MBps). On older computers with USB 1.1 ports, the maximum transfer rate is 1.5 MBps. A zip... Read More »

What speed does the zip disk store&access information with?

Using the USB 2.0 protocol, an Iomega Zip drive can transfer up to 7.5 megabytes per second (reading or writing). Under USB 1.1, the speed is limited by the maximum transfer rate of the USB host --... Read More »

How to Measure Disk Speed?

The speed of a hard disk is measured by specific benchmarks. This is typically the read and write speed of the drive, as indicated by megabytes per second. To measure the speed of a disk drive, det... Read More »

I have a p4 40GB Hard disk 128MB RAM, But it is too slow How do i speed it up,Not much of data in it.?

You should get MORE RAM. For Windows XP, I recommend at least 512MB. Look up your system at this website: http://www.coastmemory.comSome systems require that RAM be set up in identical pairs, ... Read More »