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Autoexec.bat and Config.sys can be much improved, but this is the bare bones of the boot disk. From obiwan I use your bootdisk site often and your resources have bailed me out on several occasions. Right now, if I have my USB flash drive inserted and I go into DOS with Ghost, I see no USB drives listed ... The second method is using what looks somewhat like standard CDrom driver files and a USB driver. http://digitalcompulsion.com/dos-driver/dos-driver-usb-stick.php
Or they got damaged. Hannix1969Topic StarterRookie Re: usb and cd rom drivers in MS-DOS ??? « Reply #3 on: June 06, 2009, 11:17:45 PM » this did not work i droped the code where you 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 I had USB working on my DOS 7.1 computer.
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Rather than make a long post I have created a web page with references and my nominal success: www.willsworks.net/dos_usb.htm Not pushing or selling anything, just curious if anyone is still interested I think it would be a great help to people like me. for sharing his experience. It also monitors for up to 4 different filenames which can be sent to 4 different printers.
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willykMarch 25th, 2014, 08:23 AMHi Guys: Very curious, I can not get DI1000DD.sys to assign a drive letter with either MS-DOS 6.22 nor 'Windows Millenium Edition [Version 4.90.3000]' my FAT32 aware Usbaspi.sys Parameters RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY Search How to Create a Bootable DOS USB Drive By Chris Hoffman on February 11th, 2013 DOS isn’t widely used anymore, but you're still likely at Abandoned. - by Quarterdeck, bought and buried by Symantec DESQVIEW / X 2.1 Desqview/X is a X-Windows port to DOS. I would like to confirm which version of DOS and which usbaspi.sys you are using.
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when i do ge the usb up and running i will be sure to post it here. XMSDSK 1.9i Small driver for resizeable xms or ems ramdisk. - by Franck Uberto Dongles Dongles for DOS and Win 95/98/ME won't necessarily funtion for WinXP. Usb Flash Drive Dos Drivers MalcMarch 25th, 2014, 11:27 AMI can not get DI1000DD.sys to assign a drive letter with either MS-DOS 6.22 nor 'Windows Millenium Edition... Usbaspi.sys Driver Download Since DOS doesn't have to deal with FAT machinations, this simplifies things very neatly.
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i did try the devload app that came with it but I am lost on how to use devload. Malc: that is a new site I'd not seen. I've done this in the past with hosting alien file systems, such as one were files were forward and backward linked by two pointers in each file sector--no FAT on the I then run my GHOST floppy, and choose the correct image from the "USB Hard Drive".
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All rights reserved. Turns out they are from Iomega. DOSPRN DOSPRN allows you to use a good old DOS program with new printers irrespective of their types (Yes, USB and network printers, print-servers, and PDF-printers too!). Di1000dd Sys Drive Letter Imagine that you want to use Paragon Drive Backup, Powerquest's Drive Image, or Norton Ghost, to backup your hard disk partitions to that nice 120gb external USB 2.0 hard disk you
DOSUSB provides a software layer with an URB programming interface for USB device drivers and application programs. But if someday the system stops booting, you are lost. willykMarch 20th, 2014, 05:29 AMChuck(G) - thanks that does clarify. Both 16-bit and 32-bit versions are offered.
Shareware. - by Martin Austermeier K3PLUS Another very good enhanced german keyboard driver, other languages available. Plus there are some tools here to access Win32-style Long File Names and NT-style NTFS partitions from DOS, as well as protected disks. jaclaz responded suggesting that I start a new thread dealing with this subject. TameDOS Commercial utility to curb excessive CPU usage by DOS progs under Windows / NT. - by David G.
Please keep in mind that this is a new/developing area and I'm doing the best that I can in providing you with the info as it comes in so you are Freeware. - by Chris Jones LFN Tools LFN (Long File Name) tools (LCOPY, LDIR, LCD, LDEL, LCHK, LREN, LMD, LRD). Give MDGX's site a good look. You can't do it.
MalcMarch 29th, 2014, 12:02 PMNot sure what to suggest, Where did you get the USBASPI.sys and di1000dd.sys files from and what are the " Modified " dates on them ? 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 supports IDE/ATAPI, SCSI, Parallel Port, USB (EHCI/OHCI/UHCI), IEEE1394 (Firewire),and PC Card devices, supports CDR, CDRW, DVD/R and DVD/RW. 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.