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I have A Sony DDS drive unit SDT-S9000 and I can not get it to work with windows Xp. This is because I have no driver for it can anybody help please. Thanks

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SONY SDT-9000 is needn't driver in Windows XP. or you can download driver in http://sony.storagesupport.com/product/17#drivers

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