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Kingston DTM 2GB

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I bought a kingston 2GB Dtm while useing windows XP. Now I use Vista. Is there a way to upgrade the Migo software on th device.
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Richard.
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Hello roc0380,

it seems that the Kingston 2GB DTM is fully compatible with Microsoft Vista. So I don't think you'll have to upgrade the Migo software on the device. If you connect the device to your Vista machine and there are any malfunctions, try downloading the most current version of the Migo software at http://www.kingston.com/support/USBFLASHDRIVES/downloads/default.asp?s=DT_mini

Hope this was helpful information
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