Find A driver another way ?
by Bill Rowland.
Do you know of anyone who has and is "stuck" with a device that has no drivers? If you have a "Shark Multimedia" product..........
You COULD try this location:
It would not do you much good, you would just get a DNS failure, i.e. site not found. However if you go here http://www.archive.org/
........and try it you might come up with this page: HERE
or these ones:
The above links take you to the Shark Multimedia Website, as it appeared in 2002, 2001, 2000, and 1999.
Try an old favorite of yours and see what comes up. BTW, it does NOT have to be a site that doesn't exist any more. It can be an older version of your current favorite website.
Ever deleted a graphic from your web space and wish you hadn't ? Well, go back and get it! Have you ever found a website that had what you wanted, only to discover that the author took it down ? Well, go back and get it.
If the site does NOT contain a ROBOTS.TXT file the site will be there!
Keep in mind that you are going to THE LARGEST WEBSITE on the Internet. They STORE (currently) more than 10 BILLION that's with a "B" webpages! Those pages occupy over 112 Tereabytes of disk space. Pages load slowly for a reason, even with all the power behind those computers, accessing 112 terabytes of data DOES take time. Also, keep in mind that the archive is growing at 10 to 15 Terabytes a month.
So be patient! You'll get your look at the past!
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