Dos Usb Driver Config.sys
It is important to use a texteditor (NOTEPAD.EXE or EDIT.COM) and NOT a wordprocessor (Word or WordPerfect) to edit the file, because a wordprocessor spoils the file with unwanted code! Note that there is also a lot of room for specific optimization if you are running DOS programs under win9x as well. Makes a little fun with the DOS prompt. This page can be downloaded in text format.
Extends Control-C / Control Break also to work under I/O operations as for instance reading and writing of the disks. An unbroken Upper Memory area is among other depending on the computers BIOS, the installed videocard and other plug-in cards installed in the computer. Downloaded dos usb drivers and it works great. States where the files for the Sound Blaster soundcard are installed.
PC DOS 7.00 (IBM). WINSTART.BAT (Windows 95 & 98 and Windows 3.11). Loads the driver for Windows 3.11's 32-bit file access.
Can be omitted. /L: indicates in which UMB block the driver/program shall be loaded. /V indicates that the driver/program shall display extended information on the screen when loading. Requires that DISPLAY.SYS is loaded (line 13). device=ramdrive.sys 32767 512 512 /E (This creates a virtual drive of 32mb) sbide.sys - Creative OTI-011 CD-ROM device driver (Marvell PATA Driver) device=sbide.sys /v /d:mscd001 /p:1016,10,1022 shsucdx.com - Unloadable CD-ROM redirector Do NOT delete these files, while Windows is running - some of them might be in use.
If DoubleSpace, DriveSpace or Stacker disk compression is used, then the parameter: DBF=2 HAS to be added to the line mentioned above. Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. During the partitioning it is important to remember to set the primary partition on disk 0 to be the active partition, otherwise drive C: will not be bootable NOTE! The order above provides the best utilization of the Upper Memory.
Your driver might have another name. ThankYou Report • #23 DAVEINCAPS November 1, 2010 at 09:40:39 The system files on the cd you created may not show using a DIR on the disk. Tests with CD-Bench 1.07 states that this is not the fact when using PC DOS's MSCDEX.EXE 2.25, whereas CD-ROM drives are cached under PC DOS if MS-DOS's MSCDEX.EXE is used. Ravi Report • #8 mavis007 October 27, 2010 at 11:53:42 ... "february14ravi" ...
oakcdrom.sys = CD-ROM Driver (Which is named differently by each manufacturer) and can be located in its own directory. NOTE! If /L: is omitted, the first free drive-letter is assigned to the CD-ROM drive. If there is not 625 Kb of free memory, the MEMMAKER program can be tried, but this program cannot always improve the memory utilization, and some times it becomes worse.
If you have 2 harddisks, both partitioned to 2 drives, then the first harddisk (harddisk 0) will contain the logical drives C: and E:, while the other harddisk (harddisk 1) will SEARCHLoading← BackHome Software USBASPI V2.20 MS-DOS DriverUSBASPI V2.20 MS-DOS Driver Operating System: MS-DOS Panasonic USBASPI V2.20 This MS-DOS driver makes it possible to access your USB device under MS-DOS. Smaller files typically results in more waste of space, as do large numbers of directories and subdirectories, because these also occupy 1 cluster each. Stacker disk compression If Stacker version 3.x or 4.x is used, the following can be entered into CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT and STACKER.INI.
This disk uses DEVICE.COM to load. it is very usefull for me.for disk scanning, password removing, ghost, formatting disks, fdisk.. ... ........of course for ghost the cd u hav given will use for me. Thankq for b patiance Ravi. Can be substituted with an ANSI driver specific to the installed videocard.
Config.sys: DEVICE=aspiehci.sys /int /all LASTDRIVE=Z Autoexec.bat: @echo off GUEST.EXE Contents of my boot disk: aspiehci.sys [Iomega USB 2.0 driver] Autoexec.bat Command.com Config.sys guest.exe [Another Iomega program required to access the USB You can download MONOUMB.386 here. Autoexec.bat layout Below is an example of how the autoexec.bat may look. @echo off SET SOUND=C:\PROGRA~1\CREATIVE\CTSND SET BLASTER=A220 I5 D1 H5 P330 E620 T6 SET PATH=C:\Windows;C:\ LH C:\Windows\COMMAND\MSCDEX.EXE /D:123 Command Explanation
CONFIG.SYS * 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 * 12 13 14 15 16 NUMLOCK=OFF BREAK=ON DOS=HIGH,UMB FILES=40 FCBS=1,0 BUFFERS=10,0 LASTDRIVE=J STACKS=9,256 COUNTRY=045,865,C:\DOS\COUNTRY.SYS DEVICE=C:\DOS\HIMEM.SYS /V DEVICE=C:\DOS\EMM386.EXE
One is using what's known as DUSE driver system. FAT32 uses smaller clusters (typically 4.096 bytes) and supports harddisk partitions of a size up to 2 Terrabytes (2048 Gb), whereas FAT16 only could handle harddisk partitions with sizes up to When Smartdrive is loaded AFTER MSCDEX (line 18), the cache will also work for the CD-ROM drive. Loads the DOS XMS manager.
It has a better - sleeker - shareware free menu. This is done by making the following changes under [Options] in the file C:\MSDOS.SYS: to: BootGUI=1 Logo=1 BootGUI=0 Logo=0 MSDOS.SYS is a hidden read-only system file, why it is necessary Selects Danish/Norwegian codepage (character set) for the screen. Then I looked in it and noticed there are  usbaspi.sys and 2 usbcd.sys files.
Alternative Memory Managers (QEMM386) If there is a demand for more Upper Memory, an investment can be made in an alternative Memory Manager, as for instanceQuarterdecks QEMM386. Method 4 is getting good reviews also. Many games requires EMS. It worked right from the start.
Many games requires EMS. ST:F for more UMB. Booting from good old MS-DOS or Windows boot diskettes - even fitted with the needed third party NTFSDOS or EXTFS drivers - gives you access to your fixed hard disk only, Then it is not likely that any more Upper Memory can be gained using EMM386 It is possible that the computer works alright in DOS, but that Windows 9x cannot start
Sets the minimal number of file control blocks. PATH indicates in which directories and in which order programs shall be searched for, when no path is stated before the program name. Alternatively the command: WIN could just be inserted as the last line in AUTOEXEC.BAT. If you have Windows 95, Windows 98, or later versions of Windows it is recommended that you use the sysedit command; to run this program, click Start, Run, and type sysedit.
Both methods appear to require loading an usbaspiX.sys file first in config.sys in most cases. Loads the DOS CD-ROM extension for access to the CD-ROM drive. Note: Windows XP and later no longer use the autoexec.bat or config.sys file. The PATH line can not contain more then 127 characters.
Comments? All major chipsets are supported (Intel/Sis/Via/nVidia) Important notes: Hotplug is not supported. MS-DOS 7.00 / 7.10 (Windows 95 & 98) Windows 95 has DOS-version 7.00 Windows 95 OSR2 and Windows 98 has DOS-version 7.10 Under Windows 9x the following setup of CONFIG.SYS and With Windows 98 it is possible to convert a FAT16 partition to FAT32.