Lacie 8-4-32 CD Burner (model 104531) driver

I have an external Lacie burner that I had hooked up to my desktop using Windows 98.  I am trying to connect it to my laptop using Windows 98 but no longer have the driver.  I have checked Lacie's web site and it doesn't seem to have the one I'm looking for.  Is there any other resource?  The only thing I remember when I installed the burner in the desktop is that the driver said "Mitsumi".

Can  you advise me on this?
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skyriacAuthor Commented:
I got to the Lacie web page and found the drivers.  I called Lacie Canada because I wasn't sure which version of USB was on my desktop.  They said it was probably 1.1 since the computer is 4 years old.  It worked.
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