|Manufacturer||Gen||Models||X32 Device Driver||X64 Device Driver||Notes|
|HPE||LTO-6||Ultrium 6250, SAS||HP driver 126.96.36.199||HP driver 188.8.131.52||Note 1|
|HPE||LTO-5||Ultrium 3000, SAS||Windows update (HP 184.108.40.206)||Windows Update (HP 220.127.116.11)||Note 2|
|HPE||LTO-4||Ultrium 1760, SAS||Windows update||Windows Update||Note 3|
|IBM||LTO-6||TS2260, SAS||IBM 18.104.22.168||IBM 22.214.171.124||Note 4|
|IBM||LTO-5||TS2250, SAS||IBM 126.96.36.199||IBM 188.8.131.52||Note 4|
|Tandberg||LTO-5||LTO-5 HH||Windows update||Tandberg Vista x64||Note 5|
|Tandberg||LTO-6||LTO-6 HH||HP driver 184.108.40.206||Tandberg driver 220.127.116.11||Note 6|
Note 1: HPE device driver 18.104.22.168 works with LTO-6 cartridges but it has a bug when used with LTO-5 cartridges : this combination of LTO-6 drives and LTO-5 cartridges does not support LTFS. The problem is fixed in version 22.214.171.124.
Note 2: Please use driver version 126.96.36.199 (HP device driver 188.8.131.52 has a bug when used with LTO-5 drives and LTO-5 cartridges : it does not support LTFS.)
Note 3: LTO-4 drives do not support LTFS. The HP LTO-4 drive is certified for use with the TAR format.
Note 4: The IBM device drivers are installed from an executable IBM installer. Please use the ‘exclusive’ installer.
Note 5: Tandberg drivers are available from www.tandbergdata.com. The Vista X64 driver should be used, even though it is being used on a Windows 7 X64 computer. The Tandberg LTO-5 drive is not certified for use with LTFS.
Note 6: Tandberg device driver 184.108.40.206 works with LTO-6 cartridges but has a bug when used with LTO-5 cartridges: this combination of LTO-6 drives and LTO-5 cartridge does not support LTFS. The problem is fixed in 220.127.116.11. However Tandberg have yet to release this version, so you should currently use the HP driver. Contact XenData support if you need assistance.