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You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments (here). Sign in here. Some questions first:WHY you want to install DOS USB drivers?(meaning which USB devices you need to have access to/from pure DOS)?You know that these drivers are NOT needed in Windows GUI Thanks for your excellent website - I just figured out how to read a USB CD drive from DOS solely because of your excellent advice. news
Do I "drag and drop" or "copy and paste", if so, to what folder in Windows or do I click on each item to install?thanks ...--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Reply from jaclaz [email protected] is much I then run my GHOST floppy, and choose the correct image from the "USB Hard Drive". No question is stupid...but, possibly the answers are !&& IP Logged El_Pescador ‹bermensch Offline Thumbs Up! DOS USB Drivers There are several ways folks are getting their USB CDroms, Hard Drives, and other drives to work in DOS.
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Reply #1 - Sep 17th, 2004 at 4:30pm Quote:... Can I get an interview with the Panasonic driver authors?. Try the lo-fi version instead!
That person that has that web site seems to be updating that DOS USB package regularly. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jaclaz ¬†¬† 865 The Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Reply #11 - Sep 23rd, 2004 at 4:34pm Quote:... Motto Hairu Usb Driver From Angelos USB to Dos drivers, finally work.
I missed that line, "Read the included USBINTRO.DOC file for documentation and information on how to use the programs." at the web page. Usbaspi.sys Driver Download I think I figured it out. That would go something like this: In Config.sys... Guest On Sun, 10 Oct 2004 12:04:41 -0400, red belair wrote: >Hi >I am looking to find it there is anyone who knows of or about using >100 Zip drive(internal or
Method 4 is getting good reviews also. Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage It allows for formatting, using the write and read/write protection features, making a drive nonremovable, viewing the Disk Life and Format Life percentages, and a number of other things (see Refman.exe herbalist ... And you should have SCSICFG.EXE, SCSIDRVR.SYS, and (I think) all the *.AT, *.OP, and *.DT files from the Iomega directory (I believe SCSICFG.EXE uses these when scanning for drives) in the
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jaclaz responded suggesting that I start a new thread dealing with this subject. You can either use Iomega's Guest.exe utility which can be loaded from Autoexec.bat or entered at the command line, or you can use the Iomega SCSI Software for DOS (for SCSI, Dos Usb Driver Did you try that combination and what was the result?http://radified.com/cgi-bin/YaBB/YaBB.cgi?board=general;action=display;num=10938...http://radified.com/cgi-bin/YaBB/YaBB.cgi?board=general;action=display;num=10941... Dos 6.22 Usb Driver LOL !!!) to briefly surf the Internet before the electricity poops out once more.El Pescador IP Logged NightOwl- ‹bermensch Offline "I tought I saw a puddy tat...." Posts:
It's simple. navigate to this website My original post in the DOS Programs ...Need some help ... If you really want the drive to be Z:, you can use the DOS SUBST command after the drive has already been assigned another letter. Reply With Quote February 16th, 2012,12:36 PM #7 RickNel View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Senior Member Join Date Apr 2009 Location Canberra, Australia Posts Freedos Usb Drivers
So I assume you have a built-in onboard USB controller on the motherboard. †Are there settings in the BIOS for that system that enable/disable the 'legacy support' for USB keyboards and/or Thanks and regards dgp-ga Request for Question Clarification by cyclometh-ga on 09 Aug 2003 14:47 PDT I was initially going to answer this question, and I believe that I still can, The '/l:x' switch on the mscdex.exe line in autoexec.bat file tells DOS to assign the first optical device seen as drive=X:/. More about the author It's been reported tho that their drivers also work for other brands as well. [menu] menuitem=USB,USB Boot menuitem=1394,1394 Boot menudefault=USB,30 menucolor=7,0 [USB] DEVICE = USBASPI.SYS  DEVICE = SBP2ASPI.SYS [COMMON] DEVICE
The DOS drivers seem to be gone from their ftp site but there are plenty of references. Usbaspi.sys Parameters From Daniel, Ottawa I just purchaced a USB 2.0 Drive Kit at COSCO. After unzipping the package, I read the "readme" in the package but there is no mention made in there to go the USBINTRO.DOC.
I am checking to see if the Panasonic driver might in fact be our Iomega drivers that we have licenced to them.
Note that after you get your business done in DOS with the USB drivers that they really should be remmed out when you've done what you needed to and now want Edited February 16, 2010 by duffy98 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Prev 1 2 3 Next Page 1 of 3 Create an account or Velocity Reviews Home Forums > Newsgroups > Computing > Computer Support > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Dosusb what exactly are those DOS drivers?
What's new? then that might explain why I still can't see the Kingston flash drive in the IBM. Just for general knowledge for the future. click site Reply #6 - Sep 19th, 2004 at 6:07pm Lemme know when you think I should include a link to this thread in the guide.