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Locating a recently installed driver


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On my Mac, i was able to install my external hard drive driver no problem. However i need to locate the driver the is currently installed on the computer because my other computer is not awesome like a mac and needs a CD. This is sad because i have lost the CD and the product website's support page is under construction. Please help!
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