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The installation process is extremely simple. Once you plug it in, Windows (XP) will go through the motions of recognizing the drive. Then the firmware kicks in. A flashing screen appears that reads "preparing for installation". A few seconds later a typical installer window comes up. The neat thing about this is that it takes you through a Windows-style installation, but instead of waiting for you to click next, locate drivers, etc, it does it all for you. All you do is sit there and watch the screens go by. Once it's set up, you're presented with a 3-tab network connection tab.
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