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monckywrench, Jan 7, 2008 #13 eb001 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2008 Messages: 12 Really? UltraBootCD (The Ultimate Boot CD) included with Universal Panasonic Japanese USB DOS Driver which allows user to transfer files from hard disk to USB Devices (Flash drive or USB Hard disk) eb001, Jan 5, 2008 #1 Sponsor ChuckE Joined: Aug 30, 2004 Messages: 2,311 Hard drive support (IE. Not the answer you're looking for? have a peek at these guys

Stay logged in Sign up now! From Wim (Holland) Thanks to [this page] I got my Xterasys - USB 2.0 casing with a WD 80 gig HD, to boot from a DOS bootable floppy disk. The Panasonic DOS drivers seem to work on most USB chipset implementations, including Intel and NEC, as well as NVidia, VIA, and SIS. If you continue to have problems with different drivers, make sure that there's no conflicts of I/O address or IRQs (or DMA).

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Not so. How many design patterns and levels of abstraction are necessary? Or, it's mostly used to flash BIOS or other firmwares from DOS mode. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. | Search MSDN Search all blogs Search this blog Sign in Taiwan CSS Platform Team Taiwan CSS Platform Team Your

We always Welcome suggestion or recommendation to our CD which will help UltraBootCD users. Yes, it matters, in the sense that it is very likely that NO Dos drivers will be able to manage the Virtual hardware that VirtualBox provides. (I thought that I was That was a common source of problems with computers in that era, and can typically be fixed for free by just figuring out what hardware (or possibly driver) needs to have Motto Hairu Usb Driver No, create an account now.

There is much that a DOS boot CD will not do, much that others will, and they are as easy to download, burn and boot. METHOD 2 - The usbaspi.sys/usbcd.sys System - Example 3 Herbert H. What's the meaning of "little twist" in this sentence? If you get a DOS prompt at that point then it is the cdrom.sys and you need to find a different one.

By simply changing some string, value, any character or code, in the BIOS will result with that error. Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage It is possible to do the same in VirtualBox, by using a "physical" VMDK, but is more complex: http://www.sysprobs....zation-software As a side note, remember that DOS can only access (without Click the NEXT button. because I am using VirtualBox..

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Your sample config.sys output shows quite a lot of IRQ info. Simply rem out the line in the config.sys file that loads cdrom.sys and reboot. Dos Usb Driver monckywrench, Jan 8, 2008 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Dos 6.22 Usb Driver Then I ran the startup disk and watched the screen.

Do you need to split data for Linear Regression? More about the author writes: "I Just solved my problem by using the files from the "virtual" DOS drive ghost03 makes when you run interactive mode. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Advertisement eb001 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2008 Messages: 12 I went here and found a nice MS-DOS 6.22 boot cd with cd-rom Comments? Freedos Usb Drivers

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Better, if you suspect that your BIOS is affected, just get the latest version for your motherboard/BIOS from the supplier, and install that. Usbaspi.sys Parameters You may find that's an easier way to skip lines from the CONFIG.SYS file. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

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I found Phoenix BIOS Editor and got a copy but when I try to open the BIOS file, I get a "Wrong BCPSYS version!" error and it wont open. Your letter has enough information tho to put folks on the right track to find the drivers themselves. Technicians can modify this bath files according to their requirements or add more batch files to load their own utilities added to the CD. Dos 6.22 Boot Disk It is a very simple way to determing if the cdrom.sys is causing the problem....

W. After all, cracking passwords on software you own or are authorized to work on is also perfectly legal, but discussions of same are subject to forum rules. 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 ChuckE, Jan 6, 2008 #11 eb001 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2008 Messages: 12 I did a lot of research on it.

The driver is installed in D:\CDROM\, while the MS-DOS system files are located in the C: drive. Wonko Back to top #5 eawedat eawedat Members 4 posts Location:CPU   Israel Posted 13 April 2013 - 06:25 PM I am running Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit but does it ABOUT UTILITIES The main advantage in this boot CD is simple DOS batch programming to load different utilities on deferent platforms. I have found the correct driver (http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=349099) and have followed the instructions in the manual (included in the driver download) to connect the drive to the system and install the software.

How would you, a self-admitted un-experienced person, know what and how to edit it. Which Operating System is your machine running? (easiest would be to add - temporarily - a multi-boot option and then test the floppy as "floppy image", before making a CD of Great Weapon Master Critical Hit Resolution "Knight rebus". i can see the a: drive which has all the boot files listed in the iso image, and i can change directory to the d: drive which has the files i

Both methods appear to require loading an usbaspiX.sys file first in config.sys in most cases. OP understands .isos (he used UltraIso successfully) so if he can burn a DOS .iso he can burn something superior that will let him do things easily. I also found this: http://www.ubcd4win.com/ and this: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ eb001, Jan 5, 2008 #5 ChuckE Joined: Aug 30, 2004 Messages: 2,311 A boot CD may be loading MS-DOS, which is an Tell us which boot CD you are using, and someone here can give you more direct instructions.

drive C:, or possibly other letters) is there by default (that's the short answer, but please read further). Hardware conflicts can cause symptoms like what you describe: where the second time the computer boots then things don't initialize as desired. The DOS CD is therefore a distraction because DOS is so obsolete it is crippled by comparison. METHOD 1 - The DUSE System Example 1 Using DUSE [config.sys] device=a:\himem.sys devicehigh=a:\emm386.exe device=a:\usbaspi.sys dos=high,umb Note: You can find a usbspi.sys on the internet or use on of the five different

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