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Subject:Re: Iomega company phone number From:BandorM -at- RADES -dot- HILL -dot- AF -dot- MIL Date:Tue, 14 Jan 1997 11:09:55 MST
They're right up the road from me. Try one of the following numbers
(as listed in the phone book):
SSgt Mike Bandor
84th Radar Evaluation Sq.
Hill AFB, UT
bandorm -at- rades -dot- hill -dot- af -dot- mil
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Subject: Iomega company phone number
Author: Kelly Kremin <Three_Cats -at- MSN -dot- COM> at Rades
Date: 13-01-97 20:25
Does anyone have Iomega's corporate number?
I posted a while back asking for advice on transfer media. (Thanks for
everyone's help.) I chose an Iomega zip drive. Can't get its software to
install. (Setup initializes, names the zip drive, looks for Iomega adapters
then hangs indefinitely back at the "close all Windows programs" dialog box.
No error messages, no clues.)
I tried Iomega's $14.99 support line twice. First time I got cut off at 40
minutes. Second time I hung up after 75 minutes. By then, they'd closed shop
for the night. I'm sure I'll get charged for both.
So, again, does anyone live near Iomega (where ever that is), and could look
up their telephone number and pass it to me?
Please send that number to my "day shift" email address: