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My PC with Windows 2000 doesn't recognize my Simple Tech SP U25/60 external hard drive

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    Simple Tech SP U25/60 external hard drive donĀ“t work in win2000

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Almost nothing is supported on Win 2000 because it had shuch a short life span. most new tech made in the last 2-3 years only runs onXP or Vista. Every once in a while some will work back to 98.

p.s. did it say it was compatable with 2000? look on the box

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