Re: X Drive II won't work under Win98SE
> Do you mean the X'S drive - a USB storage device?
> USB is not well supported by WIN 98. I had a similar
> problem with a USB card reader due to contention
> with a USB CD drive. The (partial) solution was to
> unplug the CD drive (the drivers do not need to be removed) if I wanted to
> use the reader - not very
> convenient. You might also need to re-install the
I've currently got 4 devices on USB- scanner, printer, card reader, Palm
cradle- and no problems on Win98SE.
I did give up on a USB mouse- apparently the volume of mouse traffic was
enough to interfere with the others devices.
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