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Cheyenne Colorado Back up for WIN95 fails in WIN98

Cheyenne Colorado Back up for WIN95 fails in WIN98

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We have a HP Colorado T3000 and the backup software which came with is Cheyenne Colorado for WIN95. Trying to install it fails under WIN98. Any suggestions ? We need to revover some old files from the tape.

RE: Cheyenne Colorado Back up for WIN95 fails in WIN98

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RE: Cheyenne Colorado Back up for WIN95 fails in WIN98

I have a trakker 350 Colorado backup drive and have lost the data cable. What can I use?
harry@kleeman.net

RE: Cheyenne Colorado Back up for WIN95 fails in WIN98

Concerning T3000, When you upgraded to W98, the previous MSBackup was replaced and it is imcompatible with CBW. You have to remove every trace of it from the machine including the registry prior to installing CBW. An alternative is to install the MSBackup and try it. And then subsequently CBII ver. 8. I don't know if they can read what was written with CBW. Otherwise, if you have the option to revert back to W95, restore all to the harddrive and then upgrade to 98 again. Install the new tape software and make new backups.

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