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Freeagent go 120GB drive

Iam having Win 98 and external hard disk is undetected.further drive is having a click type sound on connecting two USB cables.Can u suggest where i can locate suitable driver .Kindly help me resolve.

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Go to seagate.com and type drivers in serach box , select your operating system and download and install the drivers.

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