Hannix1969Topic StarterRookie Re: usb and cd rom drivers in MS-DOS ??? « Reply #13 on: June 15, 2009, 10:08:20 AM » LOL thank you Patio i had almost given up when METHOD 2 - The usbaspi.sys/usbcd.sys System - Example 3 Herbert H. After many hours and attempts, I have managed to mount my SuperTalent External HD using the DUSE 4.9 driver found on this excellent site. Your mileage might vary.
but im am still not sure about how to realy set them up ther are some exsampels that mostly show with windows, i dont have windows on it. A related article from theinquirer.net Note that the files referred to in the article are included in my usb driver file download. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Note that the files posted here are Link: CATC USB4DOS page If you have any questions, experiences or problems with USB support for DOS, please free feel to mail me, or in the new DOS Forum! What you end up doing depends on what hardware you can find and the capabilities of the cloning software. http://www.bootdisk.com/usb.htm
I need to set up the drivers for the USB flash drive and the CD ROM. Question priority can be upgraded with a premium feature. 2,163 Views Last Modified: 2007-11-27 I have been able to use DUSE to create USB drivers to run in DOS to load Then I looked in it and noticed there are  usbaspi.sys and 2 usbcd.sys files. and i can tell i have a lot more to learn.
Welcome guest. 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 think it would be a great help to people like me. Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage Finally, I was ab… Windows Batch Windows OS Microsoft DOS Scripting Languages Programming How Do You Implement High Availability in a Database Environment?
Downloads: OHCI.EXE UHCI.SYS USB4DOS This driver was made by CATC Corp. Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. For example, if you are using win9X then make a folder on your hard drive called win98 and copy the files from the win98 folder on the cd to c:\win98 then Since Ghost can write to the external drive in DOS, I figured I could copy its drivers.
So now that i have fixed that. Usbaspi.sys Parameters i edited my config.sys to load the driverCode: [Select]DEVICE=C:\DOS\USBDISK.SYS i restarted my PC. However, it will work with certain chipsets and models only, such as IBM USB Portable CD-ROM Drive (P/N 33L5151). In other words, use XP to make bootable DOS SSDs.Ah yes and this is also because I only have laptops and can't easily get to the HDD inside of it.
You can't do it. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/o-V5ZVfwYr4 From B. Dos Usb Driver Download Then you need an elusive "ASPI mass storage driver" to map HDs and flash disks it to a drive letter in DOS. Freedos Usb Drivers If you can make it bootable then I suppose you can manually copy the rest of the dos files to it.However, my suggestion would be to get a desktop computer, attach
Download: USB_CD.SYS Example: DEVICE=
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