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Yes most USB External drives have native support in Windows XP. If it is not working there may be a problem with the drive or the USB port that you are connecting it to. You might try connecting it to another computer make sure it detects properly.
Also another thing to look at is you may just need to assign it a drive letter. It is possible that the drive letter that it is looking for is already assigned to another device. The link below will help you change the drive letter in Windows XP.
Let me know if you have any more problems or questions
Posted on May 28, 2010
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