Looking for Dell support file ZZ.IMG

Dell Inspiron 5000
February 27, 2010 at 19:54:14
Specs: Windows Millennium, Intel Celeron 542MHz/512 MB DDR RAM
This is not a general hardware issue. If anybody out here has a copy of the file ZZ.IMG with windows 98 and is willing to share it, Please reply. If you don't, but you have a website or FTP address that I can go to, please reply. All answers are accepted. I really need it. I don't care if there is a problem with it, Just tell me. If you wish to email me you can email me at nnvincent@aol.com or jonvincent@hotmail.com. I hate ME and The product recovery disk doesn't have it. PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#1
February 27, 2010 at 21:49:03
What is it?

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#2
February 27, 2010 at 23:00:22
ZZ.IMG is a file that Dell used in the early 2000's for support. It was located in the dell folder. It was also next to the program ZZ.BAT and ZZ.EXE. You could use it to restore your computer to factory settings. It was basically a ghost image.

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#3
February 27, 2010 at 23:26:38
I imagine, like other restore images, ZZ.img will be different for different models. So you're looking for not just any zz.img but the one that goes to an Inspiron 5000? And one from an Inspiron 5000 that came with 98 instead of ME?

My guess is it'll be easier to get a 98 installation cd and just do a fresh install. Then download whatever other drivers it needs from the Dell support page for that model.

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#4
February 28, 2010 at 05:03:08
... if there's a ghost image try using ghost, if the files on a hidden partition ghost should see it when evoked using bootup media.

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#5
February 28, 2010 at 11:16:06
It isn't a ghost image. I used to have a perfect 8-year-old uncorrupted copy of it and my drive died. I have bad luck with hard drives.And, as a matter of fact, it isn't different in other systems. The person I bought the system from replaced the hard drive. The file has a wider range of systems drivers.It is like buying the system from dell again, but it is the same. Corrupted or not, I will still use it.

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#6
February 28, 2010 at 12:42:50
... sorry I was going by the "brand name" ghost (file).

... I gather the "ZZ.img" is the "image" file.

... do you still have "ZZ.exe" if so whats its size?

... if you still have the "bat" file please post the content here.


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#7
February 28, 2010 at 13:00:51
So it's a file that was on the hard drive and didn't originally come on CD? If I come across any Dells from that era I'll check the drives.

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