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I have data traveller 200 says "do not regognice" or something. it won't work! i think i need drivers, but where i can get them????????

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The Kingston Datatraveller 200 is a counterfeit. They are not actually made by kingston, and are a fake product being sold to scam people. I'm sorry, but you'll have to return it.

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