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Download this tool here:  HP USB Disk Format Tool http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/HP-USB-Disk-Storage-Format-Tool-Download-123786.html Do not click any big download buttons or you'll end up with some other program, click where it says: "Softpedia Secure Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. LOL !!!As I recall, it was something to the effect:D: .............. 0KBE: .............. 0KBF: ...... 40,222KBIn other words, it did acknowledge their existence albeit inaccessible.Give me a couple of days more Reply #8 - Sep 20th, 2004 at 4:01am El_PescadorI don't think Ghost ever claimed that you could access a NTFS partition under DOS using it's software--only that you could image check my blog

If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. This happens because, under some circumstances, Ghost can access only one USB device during a session. I know its not a USB 1.1 vrs USB 2.0 problem because I have 2 almost similar PC's HP dc7600 and HP dc7100 where the 7100 this driver works and is Any ideas, captain?

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Hang on got something xmsdsk 16384 r: /y cd COPY2RAM copy *.* r: r:\load.bat <<<<<<<<< with cd deploy in there - it runs - right now I can fiddle - will Then make an autoexec.bat file containing these 2 lines: mouse ghost.exe Boot to the flash drive and see what happens. I also did a step by step DOS boot process by hitting F8, and loaded everything one by one.The USBASPI.SYS does its, finds a Device and then it asks to load

From B. This only happens on new PC's (for example HP DC 6000 PRO SFF) It works fine on a 16GB memory stick or an older PC like a HP D530. Been great and works nicely for the most part but now we have been using it a bit we are in agreement that on the majority of the older machines (and Dosusb Thanks in advance.

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Information for: Enterprise Small Business Consumer (Norton) Consumer (LifeLock) Partners Our Offerings: Products Products A-Z Services Solutions Buying Programs Motto Hairu Usb Driver Jump to content Forum Downloads Tutorials More Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic ForumMembersHelp Files Downloads Tutorials reboot.pro → Groups → Windows Extreme → FreeDos and If you make a save file, make sure you make it on the flash drive.  I use an unencrypted 128MB file. Look hereLots of info on dos usb drivers and links.The files you likely need are at the first link.Keep in mind that simply copying the files to your boot driveWill not

DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,360 Solutions: 335 Kudos: 2,060 Kudos0 Re: Norton Ghost 2003 - can't find USB stick (old version I know) Posted: 15-Feb-2012 | 12:39PM • Dos Drivers DStain Norton Fighter25 Reg: 26-Aug-2010 Posts: 1,902 Solutions: 41 Kudos: 119 Kudos0 Re: Ghost.exe and external USB-Firewire Drives Posted: 21-Feb-2011 | 2:28PM • Permalink Dave, When you made the disk with Back to top Back to FreeDos and Dos 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear reboot.pro → Groups → Windows I suggest you consider a Linux based approach, they have much better USB driver support.

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Buffpot, Apr 21, 2006 #7 JohnWill Retired Moderator Joined: Oct 19, 2002 Messages: 106,414 Well, you'll get lots of hits, but that doesn't mean the drivers work. This only happens on new PC's (for example HP DC 6000 PRO SFF) It works fine on a 16GB memory stick or an older PC like a HP D530. Usbaspi.sys Driver Download It comes with a wide range of drivers and you should be able to get online as well. Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

When you made the disk with the firewire driver, can you tell me the name of that driver? DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,360 Solutions: 335 Kudos: 2,060 Kudos2 Stats Re: Ghost.exe and external USB-Firewire Drives Posted: 21-Feb-2011 | 3:31PM • Permalink Brian, I made a real I suppose I can stick the usb driver on the flash drive and forget the firewire but that isn't proving anything is it? The ram drive driver used in a windows 98 boot disk can be made as big as 32MB and thats usually plenty. Usbaspi.sys Parameters

Wonko Back to top #21 Technotika Technotika Frequent Member Advanced user 419 posts Location:United Kingdom   United Kingdom Posted 16 July 2010 - 10:15 AM Jeees how much hassle removing hidden YaBB © 2000-2009. Reply #5 - Sep 19th, 2004 at 5:51pm Quote:... It always takes the first availible drive letter and it's going to be different on every system depending on how many "DOS Visible" partitions are present.

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If you want a separate directory for Ghost, the the path statement would need to include:path=a:\;c:\;c:\pqmagic;l:\;l:\pqmagic;x:\;x:\pqmagic;x:\ghostAgain, if you assign a different drive letter for the optical drive, you will have to Get to the prompt then load the files eg LOAD or NTFS4DOS.EXE from there depending on what you want it for. "Load" for me coz I want USB etc. From Daniel, Ottawa I just purchaced a USB 2.0 Drive Kit at COSCO. Dos Device Drivers mscdex.exe will be on the Win98se startup disk, WinME startup disk, and in the Windows/Command directory of Win98se.3.

Will sleep on it and come back Tomorrow. Now it's time to check again the "how-to updated, that was designed with MS DOS in mind. My current USB 2.0 driver works in about 3/4ths of our PC's but then in the other 1/4th it just does not load. used], I loaded DEVICE=ASPIOHCI.SYS /int /all, also a Iomega driver.

I recently set up USB support on some ghost boot disks that we use here and was excited to say the least. It recognizes handy, cd, dvd, corporate network folders, pendrive... Under Fdisk, NTFS partitions are 'seen', but identified as 'Non-Dos Partitions', and no letter assignment is made for them, which is also true using PartitionMagic under DOS.In your post above, what In your two threads below, I could not find mention of whether you tested the Bytecc enclosure on your Dell Demnsion 8100 using the Norton/Iomega USB driver. Did you try that

From A Gorman (UK) This site is excellent. Discussion in 'DOS/Other' started by StumpedTechy, Apr 12, 2006.