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W98SE USB Card Reader driver - solution found

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I bought a generic (no brand/OEM) single slot 18-in-1 USB2.0 Mini Card Reader for MS/XD/SD/MMC, to use with my camera's SD card. The package insert says that a driver for Win 98 (Win98/Win98SE) is available for free download at http://home.pchome.c...29704/Setup.zip, however, that page is no longer there. Instead, I found a link from a Wikipedia page, http://en.wikipedia....ge_device_class, to a page, http://www.technical...kb/usbmsd98.php, offering a Windows 98 SE Generic USB Mass Storage Device Driver, nusb23e.exe (664,064 bytes), that works with my W98SE computers. Per the download page, these drivers have been written by Maximus Decim. Many thanks to him for the drivers and permission to distribute them. I post this information to help other searchers.
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