This device doesn't require any driver in Windows NT 4.0. It's 100% plug and play when the card socket services has been installed and visible in Device Manager. With most operating systems the PC Card drive is automatically detected after it is inserted
, it is automatically assigned to a drive letter, and a window may open in which the contents of the hard drive is dis- played. Depending on the operating system this may also be accompanied by an audible signal. For other operating systems consult your manuals for information on assigning a drive letter to the PC Card hard drive.
Your computer must meet the following hardware and software requirements:
A slot for "PC Card" (PCMCIA Type II) modules, the operating system supports the PC Card Slot. For more information please refer to the documentation that was provided with your computer.
Most computers are designed such that PC Cards can be "hotswapped" (inserted/removed) while the host computer is powered on and the operating system is executing. However, don't remove the drive while data is being read or written to the drive.
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