Dos Drivers For Usb To Serial
DOS did not support USB. __________________ K9WG - Greenfield Indiana USA SkyWarn ARES #3 (permalink) 09-14-2012, 11:05 AM KK4LQX Member Amateur Radio Join Date: Sep 2012 Location: The netbook i'm using is a Dell Inspiron mini 10 Model # PP19S Sponsored links #6 (permalink) 09-14-2012, 11:52 AM kb2vxa Completely Banned for the Greater Good Amateur If you're running this DOS application within Windows, take a look at the device's resources in Device Manager. We have a need to use this software for at least the next 5 years, so if we want to update our field notebooks, we need to find a solution. check my blog
I've tried compatability modes, etc. usb, com etc. A minor issue is that there's a DEVLOAD.COM in the package, but no GPL license is included; also a description where the source can be downloaded is missing. To search the site, enter your search terms in the box labeled "search the site" and hit Enter.Some tips for better search results...Precede each search term with a "+", as follows:+Modbus
Babe Ruth25-08-2003, 10:20 AMJon*, Further to the discussion on USB drivers for DOS, (this may be a little left-field...) I don't know if this will still help you but Norton (Symantec) The I/O Range it tells you will be the register address range for your program. Back to the board Thread viewMix viewOrder 15032 Postings in 1344 Threads, 240 registered users, 12 users online (0 registered, 12 guests)DOS ain't dead | Admin contact powered by my little This is to allow them to be available while the OS loads or even prior to that.
I would try to install MS-DOS and your app into a VMware virtual machine.The VM should give you access to the USB serial port and provide an ordinary COM port to Join over 733,556 other people just like you! The driver is a real mode DOS application and will not run in a Windows DOS box. All rights reserved.
DOSUSB is just more simple to use. Usb Dos Driver Kansas Posts: 5,835 Yep, me too and they are cheap on ebay. #8 (permalink) 09-14-2012, 3:04 PM n5ims Member Amateur Radio Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 3,567 if you want NTFS support (by NTFSDOS, NTFS4DOS r similar), int13 is required. Still, both refer to sectors within a volume recognized by DOS only, not to "physical disk".
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? georgpotthast Germany, 22.06.2010, 22:21 @ RayeR USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply The BIOS I have here does only USB 1.1. share|improve this answer edited Jul 13 '12 at 17:01 answered Jul 13 '12 at 16:45 Hans Passant 701k9210661747 2 In addition, a lot of the USB-serial adaptors don't implement all The time now is 3:58 PM.
Usb Dos Driver
And cannot work in general, DOS only supported 4 COM ports so only 4 sets of registers where ever used. click site Miracle-driver from Panasonic Japan does the unthinkable Fernando Cassia 27 June 2003 Tweet Facebook Google plus Send to 0 Comments HAVING AN EXTERNAL USB cd-writer Then you need an elusive "ASPI mass storage driver" to map HDs and flash disks it to a drive letter in DOS. Maybe you can find a USB emulator with a driver that still does this.
Up till now no problems, we have been using ancient notebooks with dedicated serial ports. On our desktop machines in the lab (with serial ports), our DOS software runs perfectly well no matter what the operating system. There are several utilities which allow to print from a DOS program into Windows printer: DosPrint, DOSPRN, DOS2usb, PrintFil, DosPrinter etc. news Just a few examples are the API, hot-plugging, multi-tasking, and background transaction processing.
Already discussed very same stuff by mail 1. georgpotthast Germany, 29.06.2010, 22:35 @ Japheth USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply > The lacking Int 13h interface probably isn't "important", but it would be > really nice I do not think that Bret's drivers are more advanced than DOSUSB.
DOS programs don't work, nor do applications that bypass the Windows API and go directly to the hardware" Further I have a home machine I use for remote work (750 Duron/Win2k)
turbobugger Newbie Reputations: 0 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 5 dos driver for usb to serial rs232 converter I have a couple dos legacy programmers that require dos in Password FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search Amateur Radio Equipment - For general and technical discussion of Amateur Radio equipment such as transceivers, repeaters, controllers and receivers. The DOSUSB package includes drivers for flash disks and USB hard disks, USB printers and USB serial adapters. I have 3 notebooks here but none have a serial port they are all newer models.
Back to home page DOS ain't dead Forum index page Log in | RegisterSearch: Back to the board Thread viewMix viewOrder georgpotthast Germany, 20.06.2010, 15:41 USB 2.0 driver for DOS available Long drawn-out technical explanation short, the Shugart format commands/data stream used by the floppy drive itself are converted to USB-format packets in the computer's USB chipset through the BIOS, and back For me too (YES we had discussed this by mail ...). > If you just want to copy files to and from a flash disk > you can just as well More about the author in fact its not a patch on VmWareKevinBy bart on 24 April, 2009 - 4:21 pmWell, I tried a StarTech EC1S950 which is supposed to be a PCI based adaptor, and