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3M DC 2120 mini data cartridge tape

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rbenson123

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Hey all,  I have an older 3M DC 2120 mini data cartridge tape with a bunch of files on it, however I don't have a way to read it. What type of drive do I need to read it? Thanks in advance!


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Old HP "Colorado" 120/250 MB tape drive. Note that you'll also need the old software that was used to create (write) the tapes.


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