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Hello qtnick, the closest date that is recorded is 2001, this seem to be when the "Tecra Series" was being put into production, I've researched many references, but there wasn't a pinpoint date on any specify model. There is mostly the focusing on the "Newer Models ie: Tecra 9 the predecessor of previous models, and the "Newest" release Tecra 11. So most models were put in to production after 2001. Thanks for your question, paul7of 9
I have often done this. Take a flash drive over to the public library. Download the drivers and same them on your flash drive. Bring them back to your machine and save them in a conveinent place i.e. My Documents/your name/drivers. Then reinstall them. In my shop we use what's called a dube device. This allows us to download using a USB port. Not everyone has access to this technolgy. The library should work fine.