Net 2.0 Framework Library error with my UR Drive

April 1, 2015 at 11:41:29
Specs: XP
I am getting this error when trying to use urDrive. Can anyone assist pls ? The exact message reads Net 2.0 Framework Liabry is required to run urDrive. I have tried to download the library and then another error message states that parameters are not present or something similar

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#1
April 1, 2015 at 13:57:29
http://www.kingston.com/en/support/...
"If you currently own one of these Kingston DataTraveler drives, you can download urDrive: DataTraveler G3, DataTraveler 101 G2, DataTraveler 100 G3 and DataTraveler SE9"

You do have one of these models?


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#2
April 1, 2015 at 14:41:59
If you download the UR software it would be best to format the drive first.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#3
April 2, 2015 at 01:07:22
Thanks for your help. It might be help if I explain a little better what I'm trying to do. IN order to run some hardware I have had to purchase a 2nd hand laptop which has Windows XP pro on it. The hardware (a type of camera) configues fine. In order to the software (uploaded it fine) to work properly it requires a security key. I have this on the original (Kingston) USB disk. However, the software still does not work properly as its not recognising the security key. I've tried to put the contents of this (Kingston) USB disk onto another but still no luck.
When I open 'My Computer' and see the e drive, I see the contents - one of which is called the urDrive. When I try and open it I get the message as I mentioned in the original post.
I have tried to download the Net 2.0 framework library but I receive the message that the computer does not have the correct parameters (or something to that effect).

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#4
April 2, 2015 at 01:26:46
Ive just read that the Kingston USB Drive (DT101 G2) that I'm using is not compatable with Windows XP. I need XP to run the hardware. Ive a bit of a problem then havent I !!
What I dont understand is that I have tried to move the content onto another USB drive (from another computer) but this doesnt work either.

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#5
April 2, 2015 at 07:58:18
For a normal flash drive, I've sometimes found that if you go to Device Manager and let MS find suitable software it has done so fine. I've done this on Win 98 despite lack of MS support for several years - surprising yeah

No harm trying the above but I can see that this is a more specialised device so XP might not be able to find software. Presumably you bought this for the features but otherwise you could probably just format it and use it as a normal flash drive. The chances of finding suitable software then increase.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#6
April 2, 2015 at 14:45:19
The workaround might be to get the hardware to run on your later model PC.

Is it that the drivers for the hardware needs XP to run?

Is it possible that we can know what hardware you are using so we might be able to better offer a solution? Make and model number(s) if possible.

Also there is the option of running a virtual machine with XP on it and accessing the thumb drive from within the VM. This may or my not work and could be a fair bit of work for nothing, but if you are desperate for a solution it's worth a shot.


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#7
April 8, 2015 at 02:51:14
God this is frustating folks but thanks for your help. The hardware is a camera (micro) the software for which requres XP to run. This is where I get confused - the software needs a 'security key to run, this is on a USB Drive. When I open up the drive I see what seems to be called a urDrive. I presume that this 'urDrive' contains the security key. When I try to open the urDrive I get to the issues that I have described above. My presumption is that in this 'drive' is the security key.
What I dont understand is that the hardware, software to run it and the Security key all worked on a previous laptop with XP on it so dont understand why it won't work on the one I have now.
I also dont understand why I can just move the 'secuirty key' onto the computers C drive and use it from there ?

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#8
April 11, 2015 at 03:22:09
Anyone with any ideas ? Thanks in advance

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