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Hello, I'm trying to track down a USB driver for a Freecom FHD-1 external drive to run under Windows 98se (for the moment). Have checked freecom.com for drivers but am a bit dizzy after that. Issues would see that 98se is USB1.1 and the Freecom expects v2.0 but Freecom states it will accept v1.1 i/o. Did read that it is possible to upadate 98se to the USB v2.0 of Win ME. I may have to try that. However, in the mean time does anyone know where a driver can be found for this FHD-1 external drive. thanks for any help and suggestions offered. regards, Kev

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Http://support.microsoft.com/kb/263218

Some info on 98se and USB issues. You should not need a usb driver if the usb port in your computer is already functioning properly. The only inconvenience you will have is your drive will work at the slower speed provided by the usb 1.1 standard.


The link below describes step by step installation of your drive in 98se

http://www.viking-direct.co.uk/speciallinks/gb/vkg/source/FHD1.pdf

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