USB stick drivers windows 98SE->where to find??

Posted on 2004-11-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
I bought a USB 2.0 memory stick (256MB).
However the marque of it isn't on the stick, and I don't have the box anymore, so I don't know of which marque it is.
It works fine under windows XP; but when I tried it under windows 9SE, The computer didn't found anything...

So, my question; where can I find a "universal" driver for USB2 sticks for windows 98SE??

Thanks in advance.
Question by:LordPlinius
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    Assisted Solution

    Don't think there is a "universal" driver
    but while in XP see what it's listed as in device manager, should give you an idea as to where to go to get the driver
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    Accepted Solution

    try the driver of another USB mem. sticj,
    like here:


    Author Comment

    Thanks both.
    I'll try it, teuntje.

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