|Hi Stalker |
3 months ago Freecom support supplied you with the wrong driver, did you ask again for the correct one?
Using the serial number and/or revision is complicating the issue. What is important is the model *NAME* (Classic?) or *NUMBER*.
Thought I read earlier there was a Teac drive inside, but it is not there now. Did you edit it out?
Tubesandwires information is most helpful, including the link to the drivers.
Possibly the unit originally came with drivers, including an installation program for such, that modified the config.sys and/or autoexec.bat files.
If possible go for W98, W2000 or WXP which are better than W95.
Are you able to increase the memory? If so, this will help much.
Good Luck - Keep us posted.