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Bart's PE is another way to go. In fact, I'd remove ANY USB device you dont need [eg cams, mice, printers, etc.] when using the above files to get DOS access to your Drives. It worked on both the Plextor USB CD-ROMS and a Pioneer CD-ROM I have in an ADS USB enclosure. 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.

It supports USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and 1.1 with xHCI, EHCI, UHCI and OHCI controllers. http://www.stefan2000.com/darkehorse/PC/DOS/Drivers/USB/ Scroll down to Cypress USB Mass Storage Driver it's supposed to support USB 2.0... jaclaz Back to top #17 canilio canilio Member Members 60 posts Posted 21 September 2009 - 09:25 AM Hmm I hope this one has support for USB Flash drives. Also, access is restricted to FAT drives without Int 13h.

right now we have bootable CD's, we have a USB drive, we have requirements for dos entry into PC's to backup folders onto the USB drives when the PC's won't boot Japheth Germany (South), 30.06.2010, 07:57 @ georgpotthast USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply > after loading the usbdisk.sys driver you can use int25/int26 (absolute disk > read/write) Driver loads OK and say that drive letter is assigned to L: (1st free). http://bretjohnson.us/ But the best bet to do in a system that does not have USB support in BIOS is to use a USB-to-PS/2 adapter, which is cheap, easily available and risk-failure

one newegg currently sells, even comes with a ps/2 adapter. You have to > define a parameter block here since the partition is >32 MB. In this area definitely YES. > Why is the int 13h interface important to you? Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Register now! So DOSUSB should be faster than the BIOS legacy support. Georg bretjohn Rio Rancho, NM, 29.06.2010, 23:41 @ georgpotthast USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply > after loading the usbdisk.sys driver you can use int25/int26 (absolute disk

This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. You can see it in the background in this pic of when I put a heatpipe HSF onto my old LGA775 setup: jaqie Member Posts: 223Joined: 2012-2-19 @ 14:31Location: 127.0.0.1 The programs are all still in a testing phase (alpha/beta), so do not yet include complete documentation. bye sklawz Member Posts: 240Joined: 2011-3-27 @ 15:46 Top Reply with quote Re: USB keyboard driver for DOS?

The DOSUSB package includes drivers for flash disks and USB hard disks, USB printers and USB serial adapters. My advice is not to bother with USB stuff in DOS. JohnWill, Apr 22, 2006 #11 DaveBurnett Account Closed Joined: Nov 11, 2002 Messages: 12,970 I too have spent a lot of time trying to get DOS USB working. Thanks for your excellent website - I just figured out how to read a USB CD drive from DOS solely because of your excellent advice.

Oddly enough, if you have a USB floppy drive connected to your PC some of these cdrom/hard/zip drive drivers will fail to load or the above bootdisk will fail to work. by EZ » 2012-2-21 @ 22:14 I have used quite some new (Logitech, Microsoft, Trust) keyboards with a USB->PS/2 converter and they all did work fine (also with things like ctrl-alt-del). Correct. Advertisement Recent Posts Running Saved Query using VBA flovettsr replied Jun 22, 2017 at 4:52 PM ABC of double letters #7 dotty999 replied Jun 22, 2017 at 4:51 PM A-Z Occupations

SteveinSac replied Jun 22, 2017 at 4:50 PM A-Z Animals poochee replied Jun 22, 2017 at 4:48 PM Loading... Both methods appear to require loading an usbaspiX.sys file first in config.sys in most cases. More info on UHCI and OHCI in the readme files. Yesterday I tried this driver and yes, it works perfectly.

by Davros » 2011-11-09 @ 22:27 does the usb card itself work in dos or is it dependent on a windows driver have you tried a usb to ps2 adapter Guardian Getting old DOS games working. (DOSBox topics belong in DOSBox areas below, not here). I do not think that Bret's drivers are more advanced than DOSUSB.

drivers is a brand new and developing area so there is no one single method that is guaranteed to work on every PC.

Then I ran the startup disk and watched the screen. Where is by DOS stuff? :dig-delve-burrow: Back to top #3 maanu maanu Gold Member Advanced user 1133 posts   Pakistan Posted 04 July 2009 - 12:23 AM thanks for the info You can't do it. Post a reply 15 posts • Page 1 of 1 Reply with quote USB keyboard driver for DOS?

vogons.org will not be held responsible for users' posts. The source code is notincluded here since I know most people will not be interested in itanyway, and it takes up a lot of space (makes the download take a lotlonger jaqie Member Posts: 223Joined: 2012-2-19 @ 14:31Location: 127.0.0.1 Website Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post a However, I've had a hard time finding a mouse that works with the PS/2 port.

Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Windows 3.1x guide for DOSBox60 seconds guide to DOSBoxDOSBox SVN snapshot for OS X (10.4-10.12 ppc/intel) codesigned for gatekeeper Dominus DOSBox Moderator Posts: 7199Joined: 2002-10-03 @ 09:54Location: Vienna Website Top Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! I need a DOS based USB 2.0 driver that works wit ALL kinds of controllers.

Comments? by keropi » 2012-2-05 @ 12:01 I have looked in the usb-dos matter in the past. Advertisement StumpedTechy Thread Starter Joined: Jul 7, 2004 Messages: 7,233 Okay I know this is a tall order.... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

It uses IOmega USB drivers and Guest.exe. i plug in a PCI USB 2.0 card and insert the USB keyboard in there but nothing happens; of course the BIOS don't have USB keyboard support sebaz_ri Member Posts: USB 3.0 support released DOSUSB is a USB controller driver for DOS. Thank you bootdisk you are the greatest.

I seem to remember that "old", known DOS drivers, like the ones in the link maanu posted were very "picky" about this.jaclaz Back to top #9 MedEvil MedEvil Platinum Member .script Note that the Iomega drivers will work with any USB external hard disk and are not proprietary to Iomega drives (mine is a Western Digital). ohnson.us/ the bretjohnson.us site is down as I type this so i have used archive.org above. Thanks for the great site and keep up the great work.

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Back to top #6 was_jaclaz was_jaclaz Finder Advanced user 7100 posts Location:Gone in the mist   Italy Posted 04 July 2009 - 12:16 PM It would be nice if the developer Yes, the USB 1.1 speed is slow and f.e. What I anticipate (and hope) is that grub4dos team could use the source code of these DOS USB drivers and integrate them into grub4dos, getting rid of the need for PLoP.

DOS386 28.06.2010, 11:40 @ georgpotthast USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply > a .sys driver is the way DOS expects new hardware to be interfaced to it. Drop me a line here. µ L'INQs Panasonic v2.06 ASPI Manager for USB mass storage USBASPI.SYS (Look for the "F2H" subdirectory after extraction of the downloaded archive) FTP site: Motto Hairu