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Most newer USB devices does not require any drivers now a days. If you have an older device(several years old) or a very rare device, then you should check the manufacturers Internet support/download site for drivers. Look for your specific device model/number. Google usually gives you a mish mash of paying sites, lots of cofusement, time spill, and head ache! But in some cases it might be the only choice :(
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Posted on May 11, 2010
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