I was amazed that this problem was flagged back as far as last year, but the product is still being sold as compatible with Windows 2000. I feel as though I've been had. The moderator should contact Support some time, it should show him/her why people look to the forums. I have been considering using the native Windows2000 Backup as has been mentioned here already, but still hoping for a workaround. If I do go for the W2000 Backup, should I delete the software that came with the Seagate drive? I have saved it elsewhere already. Thank you.
So even if the driver is not installed, I can still drag and drop files? I am just curious, right now, the Seagate drive on my computer has the user manuals and install files on there. What did you guys do with that, just leave it there or move it?
And I agree Seagate should change their specifications or add a note about the driver not being supported by Windows 2000.
Woops, I forgot that the installer files already on the hard drive are needed for when I plug the HD into another computer (which I'm planning to do later on). Would it be okay if I moved all the installer files into its own folder so it doesn't clutter up the main directory? Just to play it safe.