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USB Driver for Windows 98 Users

 
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SoftStag



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2007 4:27 pm    Post subject: USB Driver for Windows 98 Users Reply with quote

I had the following PM'd to me. Some users may find this useful, however it may only work on Lexar drives.

Ayla wrote:
I'm new to site, found it very helpful. However, the drivers listed didn't work on my CPU, But this one did and I thought you might want to post it on there too.
1.) go to http://www.lexar.com/drivers/ and get those drivers. (jdusb2.exe).
2.)run the file - should be a self-extracting archive.
3.) right-click "My Computer"
4.)went to properties, device manager, there SHOULD be an "unknown usb device"
5.)right-click that device and go to properties
6.)should be a "reinstall driver" button
7.)when asked, chose the location "C:/jdubs" folder (or wherever you put the archive when it extracted)

Thanks
Ayla

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