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For 98 driver

Hello, i hav OS windows- 98 se. and i hav no drive for it so how can i get driver for that ?




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Well a drive for that would be located at the SanDisk Website.
anyways heres the driver.
http://www.sandisk.com/assets/file/downloads/oem/oem-ufd-98-driver.exe
Hope it helps, Maxicube

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  • Right click on My Computer and select Properties
  • On the System Properties page that opens up click on the General tab, if it is not already on that page.
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