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what a very interesting question! :)
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i myself need more info to help you fully!
please post here more info on the types of D outputs and inputs, as these are either really old, ANSII or maybe even analogue!
i do know that you can connect this to a parallel port on a computer and from their store the DATA however you want.
Most of the shops will offer several solutions. The correct one for you will depend on the interface of the old drive. The drive was either IDE or SATA. SATA drives use a much smaller data cable than IDE. In either case, you can get a 2.5" drive enclosure for ~$30 or less. Alternatively, there are IDE/SATA/USB dongles. These allow the bare drive to be plugged in on one of the sides and the USB cable goes to the computer for ~$35-40. You have to be very careful to orient the dongle plug correctly to the drive data and power back plane. Incorrectly plugged in devices can be damaged. In the case of a SATA drive, there is the option of a hard drive dock (some can hold either 2.5" or 3.5" drives). for somewhat more. Some of these need external power; some of them can work off USB power.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (Newegg.com, Cyberguys.com and TigerDirect.com have various of these listed in their catalogs. I prefer the enclosures in my own environment due to pet hair and curious pet issues.)
Then you will have to use a diskette or a CD, download the driver on some other computer, unpack and copy it to the diskette or burn on a CD-R. Go to this link to download the drivers and for further reading on Windows 98 USB storage issues.
Maybe your flash drive has this functionality the same as floppy diskette. And that is the write protect function. All you have to do, is to locate the adjustable part on your flash drive just like the diskette.
If you are still having issues, please do not hesitate to comment back.
If your drive does dhow up, but the data is not there there was somehow a short in the drive, like ultimitloozer said if you don't safely remove hardware that short can corrupt data, or delete it. You will need to get a software that searches your drive for corrupt data and see if you can restore it, but that is unlikely. Sorry. However you drive will still work, but you will just need to be careful
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