This is the Samsung SFD-321U/EP USB driver. Note that it was designed for the following operating systems – Win95, WinNT4, Win98, Win98SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP. If you do not have this then try running the driver in compatibility mode.
Samsung SFD-321U/EP USB Driver
The Samsung hardware is generic and has been used in many other devices. There is a list of these devices which you may use this driver on. Search this website if you are also looking for other drivers. The hardware was originally from Phoenix. This is known as the SAMSUNG USB FDD or the NEC USB Floppy as well as the USB Mass Storage Driver. This was the Rev 1.2 00.07.05 which was made for Windows Me. See also the Windows 10 version here. That link will show you how to run this in compatibility mode. See also other drivers on here such as the Samsung Mobile Phone USB Driver and the Samsung USB Driver as well as the 5 Things You Must Know About Axesstel Routers.
The following devices work with this driver:
The SFD-321U/EP as well as the SAMSUNG USB FDD and RAGE MOBILITY M1 all use the same drivers. The hardware behind the name is generic and you can see on the link listed below how to install this driver. You can also install the Samsung driver in a different manner if you have a bit more time.
The SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio as well as the Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad, Agere Systems AC’97 Modem as well as the ATI WDM Specialized MVD Codec and ATI WDM Specialized PCD Codec use the same hardware as well. The Hardware ID is USB\VID_055d&PID_2020 as well as USB\VID_0409&PID_0040 as well.
SFD-321u driver Windows 10
Download the file below which is a ZIP file. Then extract the content and find the INF file. Now right-click on the INF file and the click on “install”. Windows 10 will then install the driver for you in compatibility mode. It will show that it has found new hardware and this will then allow you to run the Samsung SFD-321U on Windows 10.
MSFT=”Phoenix Technologies K.K.”
String1=”Phoenix Technologies K.K.”
String2=”SAMSUNG USB FDD”
(Click accept as Chrome blocks the file)
Note: If this driver does not work then try the NEC driver already on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 systems. Click here to follow the pictures on the next page to see how to get the drive to work in Win 7, 8 & 10.