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As of October 1st 2009, SanDisk started shipping the Cruzer Micro (SDCZ6-XXX) product line without the U3 software pre-installed on the device.
During the transition period, there may have been a small number of devices that were packaged in older packaging that states the device includes the U3 software. If you purchased one of these devices and would like to use the U3 software, please download and install it.
just about every desktop came from one of the major brand chipset makers in the world, eg. VIA, SIS, Intel, Gigabyte etc etc..
so if those dont suit, look at the stamp on the top of the north/southbridge ship.. find the chipset maker, and go to them directly.. it can be alot more tedious and frustrating, but not impossible, but i think you will have no problem with the drivers at that link.
Hello, The Cruzer Micro contains a small operating system that allows it (and you the user) to run certains applications on any computer (Windows). It has the so-called U3Smart technology. The small U3 Smart OS appears as a CD-Rom drive. In addition to that the Cruzer has the normal flash-drive. The interest of the U# Smart technology is that you use your own programs loaded on the key. Suppose you like to use Firefox, and the public/school/library computer you are using does not have Firefox, You plug your USB Micro Cruzer, and click the the LAUNCHPAD of the Cruzer (The cruzer CD-ROM icon). It installs an icon on the tray through which you access your applications. You scroll to find your Firefox and use it to surf the Web. All history, files downloaded, bookmarks, passwords to online banking, everything remains on your drive. When you remove it you remove all trace of what you have been doing.
You can also activate the security feature by setting a password. Even if it is lost, your data is safe.
Go to the Micro Innovations web site, select support/downloads. Fill in the category and subcategory with the proper info and last but not least your model number. You can download the driver directly to your computer. You can also save a copy to a blank disk....Hope this helps!
P.S. select the proper operating system i.e. 98, xp, vista etc.
Sadly the Micro Drive based newer players/mini external HDD's Etc. use a different kind of Micro Drive to a standard CF Micro Drive. This comes as a result of people buying Zen Micro's and striping them as a cheap way to obtain a Micro Drive. Only Micro Drives and CF cards designed to be installed at point of manufacture will work in a device like this, a standard CF card or off the shelf Micro Drive will not. Sorry.