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USB Driver Win 98

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Hello. I have a USB pen drive that I have been using for a few years on win xp. I now want to use it on Win 98.

The USB has 'legend' printed on the outside and that is the only information I have on it. I found a few 'legend' drivers, but how do I find out what model my USB device is so I can download the correct driver???

In the properties of the USB in WIN XP it just says that it is a generic usb device. Thanks
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Try the link below to Legends driver download page. There are win98 drivers at the top & bottom of the list so just select the one which matches yours :

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Does you pen drive look like any of these?


Some early drivers were limited in MB size but most let you use any size drive.


Ya beat me Samm, LOL

Edited by SRX660, 20 June 2006 - 06:58 PM.

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