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It can be especially useful for cases where: you need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.) you need to work on a system that doesn't All major chipsets are supported (Intel/Sis/Via/nVidia) Important notes: Hotplug is not supported. Click here it's easy and free. It worked right from the start.
DOS USB Drivers There are several ways folks are getting their USB CDroms, Hard Drives, and other drives to work in DOS. Randomly I took usbaspi1.sys and usbcd1.sys and placed them into win98 startup cd, together with the autoexec.bat and config.sys files, which repalced the original bat/sys files on the startup disk. FYI:http://www.boot-land...topic=2134&st=1http://www.boot-land...opic=4260&st=13jaclaz 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 → just the config.sys.
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The key driver files I've put together for you in the [USBdriver] collection include: ramfd.sys 22,012 bytes usbaspi1.sys 39,093 usbaspi2.sys 43,528 usbaspi3.sys 37,090 usbaspi4.sys 49,242 usbaspi5.sys 50,606 usbcd1.sys 5,509 usbcd2.sys 35,456 MOUSKEYS 3.05 1996-11-22 43k Lets you use your mouse with any program. SCANCODE 5.90 1999-04-23 122k Automatically "types" for you when you are in the middle of another program. i wen back and checked my config.sys and the reason it did not work is that i had missed spelled DEVICEHIGH i had spelled it DEVISEHIGH.
It is also marginally faster on the creation of Linux bootable USB from ISOs. (1) A non exhaustive list of Rufus supported ISOs is also provided at the bottom of this JOYKEYS 2.00 1999-09-27 84k Lets you use your Joysticks with any program. Miracle-driver from Panasonic Japan does the unthinkable Fernando Cassia 27 June 2003 Tweet Facebook Google plus Send to 0 Comments HAVING AN EXTERNAL USB cd-writer Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage Same thing4.Its fat 165.
Back to top #7 was_jaclaz was_jaclaz Finder Advanced user 7100 posts Location:Gone in the mist Italy Posted 20 April 2008 - 06:43 PM Topics merged. writes: "I Just solved my problem by using the files from the "virtual" DOS drive ghost03 makes when you run interactive mode. Creating an ISO image from a physical disc or from a set of files is very easy to do however, through the use of a CD burning application, such as the Im using xxcopy now and wrote a batch file that copys the files and deletes the succesfully copyd ones, and trying to copy al the files by rebooting over and over
NOTE: This is a beta version! Usbaspi.sys Parameters Im gettin crazy of this problem. It might work for you.You can also find a Mini-Windows 3.11 Boot Disk My_Mini_Windows_3.11_Boot_Disk__Build_2004.1.26_.zip 1.28MB 2832 downloads There original Site is down. Or you can send an e-mail.
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I think it would be a great help to people like me. So it worked for my. Usb Flash Drive Dos Drivers The third method is a bootdisk from a USB vendor. Freedos Usb Drivers Back to top #13 Guykes Guykes Members 9 posts Posted 23 April 2008 - 07:08 PM I think im gonna quit trying im in a little over my head i guess,
I don't have anything in my autoexec.bat file (don't really need it since I'm not accessing an external cd-rom.will adding the lastdrive=z line in my config.sys fix it Logged Hannix1969Topic StarterRookie Explore at your own risk. The driver is loading but i get "Illegal option 'g'usage: MSCDEX [/E/K/S/V] [/D:driver> ... ] [/L:
Logged I was trying to dereference Null Pointers before it was cool. Also note that windows really doesn't like being installed from a usb device so if you only have a usb cdrom drive and need to install windows its best to copy I have written them over the last several years. When you run the JOYKEYS or SCANCODE programs, one of the things they do is perform a Test to see which of the 3 Scan Code Typing Methods they should use.
It uses IOmega USB drivers and Guest.exe. Dosusb 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 It has the ones Ive uploaded plus some other usefull DOS stuff.http://ms-dos7.hit.bg/ Back to top #4 Guykes Guykes Members 9 posts Posted 19 April 2008 - 09:00 PM Thnx fot the
Packard bell model #P160119601, the motherboard is Agna-6wmm7, it uses PC-100 ram 64 megs, hard drive is a WD Caviar 84AA (set with 4 partions C: D: E: F: all portions
One time I had to use the USB support to use a USB CD/DVD burner in order to install an OS to a Laptop. Anyway, although my old AOL address still works and I will check it periodically, I will not be publishing it anywhere any more. The zip file contains more than 20 different programs, and includes drivers for keyboards, mice, joysticks, printers, disk drives, and hubs, as well as several different test and support programs. It turned out to be a very good thing, but it was sure a hassle right after AOL did it (for me and a LOT of other people, too).
Notes on ISO Support: All versions of Rufus since v1.1.0 allow the creation of a bootable USB from an ISO image (.iso). From obiwan I use your bootdisk site often and your resources have bailed me out on several occasions. Thank you bootdisk you are the greatest. I thought the problem was large files, so i plit the i386 folder into 400 smal rar files and tried again, same thing happens hangs after 5 or 10 files.
DOS existed prior to USB. Its a good experiment to go into if you have the time to change drivers. You can use Winimage to replace the dll's. Download link: USBASPI V2.20 MS-DOS Driver