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Flash drive for Windows 98

I just got an Omnitech 734717 USB flash drive from Quill, they said it was supported by Windows 98. Its not. Is there a driver? Is there any Usb Flash Drive I can use with 98??

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Another thing you can try is to go to the product homepage and see if they have drivers to windows 98 there, many times they give it there. Unfurtunality you have not give the product name so I can not give it to you here, UNLESS you write the product name and version.
For the Kingston USB drives is is :
http://www.kingston.com/flash/datatraveler_home.asp

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http://www.kingston.com/support/USBFLASHDRIVES/default.asp

For one they have driver for windows 98 is "Data Traveller 4 GB", It should be easy to find on the marked

You can also e-mail to them and ask for the driver to windows 98.

Hope that helps
For the driver to your flash drive please enter the product name and version.
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