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try to search for the generic driver set for windows 98. as win 98 is obsolete so its difficult to find. try your luck. there was an unofficial service pack launched for windows 98 that contains all the generic drivers for the pendrive try to find that.
You MUST get a driver for Win98SE if NOT Win98SE it will NOT ever work. Also 4GB is Too Big for the operating system to handle, Win98SE is only a 16 BIT computer. It cannot "Count" up to 4GB worth of address space biggest that can be used on Win98SE is 1GB. get one that will work, and install the Win989SE driver that comes with the unit or download from Kingston web site.
I purchased on Transcend 2GB Pen Drive... will it support both Windows 98 and Windows Xp ????? Becos Previously I had 1 GB which supported initially and then got problems .. So now I went for 2 GB ... please advice....
Windows 98 is not capable of recornizing the mass storage devices, but windows 2000 and XP, vista has the capability to automatically recognize the USB mass storage devices.
Thats why your Windows 98 is not recognizing. So, to use the mass-storage device like your pen drive you have to install device driver to your windows 98 system for your pendrive.
If you don't have the driver, then goto pendrive manufacturer site, there you can found the driver for your pen-drive for windows 98, download it, and install on your windows 98 system..... n njoy,,... :))