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Purchased a maxi n.u and we are having trouble connecting the device to a NT O/S DRIVEN PC. We have connected the disk via aUSB CABLE . We have tried to get the Mass Storage Drivers from their Website but without success. Can you please help us as soon as possible.

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    Any 4 year old could have told me that.

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Hi there,

Thanks for your posting in FixYa.

Although, Microsoft does not support USB in the WinNT 4.0 there are some alternatives that will provide limited USB support for NT 4.0 users.

You can download the useful USB drievers from this link:

http://www.everythingusb.com/windows_nt.html

or

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-4TQVCU.html

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Unfortunately Windows NT does not support USB. In order for your system to recognize your USB, you will need to upgrade to a minimum of Windows 2000. There is not NT Drivers, because there is not NT support.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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    Todd Gale Sep 26, 2008

    Windows NT HAS NO USB SUPPORT, PERIOD.

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    Todd Gale Oct 03, 2008

    Please rate this solution.

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Install the usb drivers and and connect the device ,the computer should automatic detect it ....

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    What is the exact OS of your "NT O/S DRIVEN PC" ?

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    monk3ybidzness Sep 24, 2008

    check the basic connectivity from DEVICE MANAGER if the device shows up

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