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Old 01-16-2006, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Fujitsu Memory Stick

Hey dudes,

I apologise in advance that this is likely a very stupid question. It may be my hungover brain not coping with this.

Someone brought a little 256mb fujitsu memory stick thing to work today, and the computer they need to use it on is just plain rubbish. The cd writer doesn't write, the floppy disk drive doesn't read and its running windows 98.

Now, its not my place to change any of this, but it would be nice if I could at least find and download the drivers from fujitsu for it so I could install them on the machine and use it.

I have searched the internet for these drivers, but it is confusing the **** out of me. I'm sure someone here can probably do this very easily... it would be great if someone would help out and post a link or something. Its a little USB keyring drive thing.

Thanks folks,

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