Given hardware differences these techniques and drivers might not work for you Still slow, driver is optimized for small size to get a bootmanager fitting in MBR area only and not optimized for speed with caching. This prevents the computer trying to load the GUI without further instruction. Keep the original versions and experiment with what you need to do. I managed to find a driver on the Internet which can be obtained from this website.

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Recent Comments Forum is back again. Will linx run dos based programs natively or will I have to fiddle both with linux loading AND linux running the program I need to run?

Hopefully the page will be useful to those wondering how to do this. Use of these drivers and methods is entirely at the reader’s own risk.

Unplugging the device may terminate a driver deadloop, or not. Programs which require a straight MS-DOS environment can run just fine in this, whereas they might not run smoothly with the GUI, hence the desirability of both environments on the same machine. Basically I want to make it so this driver is useable on all of our aspk or find another one to fit mahager bill.


What I’m about to cover worked for my system.

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SYS, the issue disappeared. Do you already have an account? Otherwise it won’t be recognised. Log in or Sign up. Good info about USB can be found on Wikipedia: Author reportedly is working on USB 3 support now, stay tuned or contact him if interested in beta testing.

Need DOS based USB 2.0 driver.

If these two files already exist on your machine, then they are likely to contain content that needs to be included along with the above. Obviously this is a driver bug, an incompliant or defective USB device or transfer errors should not be able to cause such effects.

Welcome to Tech Support Guy! JohnWillApr 13, Also USB 2 cardreaders can be slow even very slow – even if you insert a fast card and connect to a fast PC, some reader internals will slow down the transfer to near USB 1 performace. SYS, this file may exist already in the root directory of your machine, or you may need to create it. StumpedTechyApr 13, At the end of the script I’ve set pathways to useful folders and changed the directory to where my MS-DOS programs are i.

PIF files can be used for example, but I consider them less flexible than the configuration I’ve described above.



I suggest you consider a Linux based approach, they have much better USB driver support. In all just a little house cleaning and simplicity out of a big hodge podge mess. Any approach you take is going to be some work to get it all working I don’t think there’s enough interest in developing such a beast for MS-DOS to make it happen in the future.

USB 1 can transfer by speed of 1.

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No, create an account now. Also, the only way to ensure reasonable speed with my Windows XP SP3 install on this Mhz Celeron computer is to have all network services disabled.

Devices revealing this problem by the activity light for example different colour for USB 1 vs USB 2 mode exist but are very rare. Developed by Panasonic in manaager, latest version seems to be 2.

Figures 3 and 4 shows segments of the scripts above in action. A good resource about first generation USB drivers is here: Given hardware differences these techniques and drivers might not work for you