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Need driver for SD Card USB Drive for Windows 98

I Need driver for SD Card USB Drive for Windows 98. Trying to tranfer data from a Windows 98 Computer to Windows XP using an external Digital Media 2 gig SD Card external drive. Whats a good free driver I can Download?

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    IT WORKED. IT WORKED. The first one, LEI. Thanks so much, Saved us about 2 days work

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Check these driver :
1) http://www.lowrance.com/Downloads/Drivers-and-Firmware/MMCI-USB-11-Drivers-LEI/

2) http://www.sandisk.com/retail/driverdownloads.aspx

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