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IS Toshiba 2GB U3 usb drive compatible with win vista?

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2007-09-18 21:20:11
2007-09-18 21:20:11

The Toshiba U3 will work on Windows Vista. Just plug it in and Windows Vista will find the drivers automatically for it.

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