Don't we need a 64-bit version of the USB Mass Storage Device Driver with a 64-bit OS ?
If so where do we get it and why is taking so long, I just bought a DELL and expected a
fully operating basic unit w/drivers.
Can you be a bit more specific as there are many many usb drivers. Please state your Dell model and the version of windows you are running as well a more descriptive account of your problem.
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USB drivers are built into Windows, regardless of whether it's 32- or 64-bit.
If you're talking about a driver for a specific piece of hardware (eg, a USB printer, scanner, etc), you'll probably need to install those drivers from a CD that came with the speciific peripheral.
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I am NOT a Dell employee
Flash drives load their own drivers.. which I'm thinking the OP is refering to