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My windows 98 dell dimension 7500cx will not recognize my verbatim 256 mb memory stick

I need to get information off the above memory stick and my computer does not even recognize it

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Windows 98 need special driver from usb memory stick manufacturer.
if they dont have it then its not a compatible model for win 9x.
what i have done in prior is if high speed internet is saving it to online drive storage free website like xdrive.com if u have aim account youre ready to use it or others like yahoo mail yourself the files then retrieve in other pc.

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