This drive may function properly in Windows 7, but it has not been tested, so it is not supported.
Seagate Pocket Drive Drivers
The external drive sold by Seagate does not require additional drivers for most environments. This page details what is available for each operating system.
No additional drivers are needed for these operating systems. The drivers for external drives (such as Seagate Pocket drives) are included as part of Windows Vista and are normally loaded automatically, but occasionally the drivers will need to be loaded manually. See Document ID: 201235 for more details.
If using Windows XP, Service Pack 1 added support for USB 2.0. If you are running Windows XP without the Service Pack, then you might not get the full performance of the drive.
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 made several enhancements, including support for USB 2.0. If you are running Windows 2000 without Service Pack 4 or higher, you might not get the full performance of the drive.
Windows Me automatically loads drivers for the USB 2.0 Pocket Drive. If you are using a USB 2.0 host adaptor, however, you will need to load the drivers provided by your host adaptor manufacturer (PCI card or motherboard). Also, note that some bundled versions of Windows ME might require the original installation CD or restore CD to access additional files. Certain OEM installations of Windows ME might call for the file USBNTMAP.SYS while attempting to load drivers for the external drive. This file can be located on the Windows ME installation or recovery CD in the WIN9X\BASE2.CAB folder.
Windows 98 SE
If you are using the USB connection, then additional drivers are required.
1. Right click on your desktop, choose New | Folder, and name the folder something like USB Drivers.
2. Once you have downloaded the drivers from this page, double click on ST1USB98.exe. It will ask where you want to unzip them.
3. Unzip them to the just-created USB Drivers folder on your desktop.
4. Click the Start menu, then select Settings, then Control Panel, then System, then Device Manager.
5. From the Device Manager, open Disk Drives.
6. Right click on the external drive, select Properties, then select Driver.
7. Select Update Driver, then Next, then Search for a better driver (recommended).
8. Specify a location by selecting Browse now.
9. Browse to the just-created USB Drivers folder on the desktop and complete the driver update.
For more information, please see this helpful guide for loading these drivers.
No additional drivers are needed for Mac OS X to see the drive. The first time you use the drive, however, you might need to format the drive for your operating system. See Document ID: 220151 for information on how to format your drive for use with MacOS.