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Depending on your OS & UPS you maynot need a driver.
If the UPS has a USB connector just try plugging it in. Windows 2003, XP & Vista support most common UPS by default. If it doesn't work goto the vendors website and see if they can download it.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
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