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I was told that I could put all my data from my old computer on a Verbatim USB Drive (# 97086 ) with out having it hooked up or plugged in. When I put the data in my new computer do I have to download a special driver in the new PC Nancy Zupan njtzupan@charter.net

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No the the pen drive will self install

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