I guess that most of us have EHCI controllers installed (please read USB 2.0) jaclaz Back to top #5 Icecube Icecube Gold Member Team Reboot 1062 posts Belgium Posted 04 It's been reported tho that their drivers also work for other brands as well. [menu] menuitem=USB,USB Boot menuitem=1394,1394 Boot menudefault=USB,30 menucolor=7,0 [USB] DEVICE = USBASPI.SYS  DEVICE = SBP2ASPI.SYS [COMMON] DEVICE Worth a > separate thread on its own, so I'll divert other memory management > questions thataway... As for SD cards, USB, SSD, etc., I'm not sure how well (if at all) they would respond to "traditional" defragging. news
There are some folks on this list that know quite a lot, you might try either Bret Johnson's drivers or Georg Potthast's. K. I think you mean "type" and "more" here, but that is fairly primitive. On rebooting, attempted defrag met with "Error, Disk checking failed" and no go - but so did attempts to defrag C (sd-card, also FAT32). http://reboot.pro/topic/8353-new-dos-usb-driver-package/
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 recently set up USB support on some ghost boot disks that we use here and was excited to say the least. For installing games it occurred to me that I could test the games that I downloaded on to my main Linux box straight to a flash drive. Booting from good old MS-DOS or Windows boot diskettes - even fitted with the needed third party NTFSDOS or EXTFS drivers - gives you access to your fixed hard disk only,
Under MS-DOS, I ran a package called the MKS Toolkit. From Carmen (Spain) I just want to say thanks to ben b. I played wit an assortment of replacements, and used MKS IDs that would alter SYSTEM.INI to use the one I preferred, then run Windows. (I also still had the other IDs, Freedos Mount Hard Drive I'm happy to post any diagnostic messages if anyone is interested.
I'm in the process of constructing small DOS games environment on a 2Gb sd-card drive (IDE adapter). Freedos Usb Flash Drive Is Fermat's principle only an approximation? http://p.sf.net/sfu/sophos-d2d-feb_______________________________________________ Freedos-user mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/freedos-user Rugxulo Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Newbie Q - http://www.georgpotthast.de/usb/ Depends on many factors. (IIRC, Doszip did have optional patch at one time to support Eric Auer's speed optimization to prevent too many slow FAT seeks, but I don't know if
Write this to a USB fob drive and boot it to start the install. Panasonic V2.06 Aspi Manager For Usb Mass Storage Rufus used to come with a separate version for FreeDOS support, but it's now integrated as standardDownload Rufus2. I then run my GHOST floppy, and choose the correct image from the "USB Hard Drive". Firstly - many thanks to all those offering help in this thread.
Seems a bit, erm, redundant to use Unzip with Doszip, but whatever floats your boat. ;-) > From there, I can begin playing > games from the DosZip panels almost The Toolkit was a commercial package that included DOS versions of all the Unix utilities that made sense in the single-user. Dos 6.22 Usb Driver If any of these problematic games are freely available, feel free to post to the mailing list(s) in a separate thread about each of them. Motto Hairu Usb Driver Exit the shell, and INIT was reloaded.
Is there a simple proof of this inequality? http://3dpanoramax.com/usb-driver/free-download-dos-to-usb-driver.php In reply to this post by Rugxulo Rugxulo wrote: > I guess you could just quickly press the Pause key when/if needed (to > pause the BIOS), but that may not Strangely, I can't get the "Access" GUI to upload my collection of game icons - simply doesn't appear to load any icons whatsoever, even though I followed the same steps used Download to find out... Freedos Mount Usb
Worth a separate thread on its own, so I'll divert other memory management questions thataway... IIRC, on my other machine, even though I didn't really "need" it, I ended up loading SHCDX33F, CTMOUSE, and FDAPM last so that I could (potentially) unload them later to get If you are seeking additional information on this article, please ask in our forum or contact us directly.NameEmail Search Raymond.cc Follow us on Google+ Like us on Facebook Follow us on More about the author I placed an IDE hard drive in it with all the images of PCs that I GHOST on a regular basis.
There are better replacements, though, less buggy at least, but they don't support all the "professional" extensions. what are the possible alternatives? "retrieving background docs" sounds like something more complicated, TSR-based?? Puppy and Ubuntu mount each other's slices on boot, and I did some fiddling to share apps between them, with one copy of large things living on one side or the Dosusb what are the possible alternatives? 3) Are there any intentions to automate fdconfig and autoexec file updates?
As the lbacache.com utility is not installed by the default FDCONFIG.SYS or AUTOEXEC.BAT files, this is not normally an issue. (It is possible to use lbacache.com without buffering access to the Though, honestly, it's maybe easier to just manually write down what you've tried and what goes wrong. Thanks too for the Chess links - my son and daughter are both just getting interested (though they prefer Go), and I'm afraid 'Battle Chess', with its animated combat scenes and http://3dpanoramax.com/usb-driver/free-1-usb-driver.php Attach your device BEFORE you power on the computer.
Drivers (like EMS, ramdisk, cache, and mouse drivers) were loaded in CONFIG.SYS, then INIT ran. To have more than one >> directory in the PATH, use ; as the separator between directory names: >> >> PATH C:\XX;C:\FDOS\BIN > > Aha - thanks Dennis for the rescue Yes/No? The eventual 'home' for the card is in an old 430CDS Satellite Pro laptop (48 MB RAM), but I've housed it in a desktop with an Asrock K7S41GX mbo and 2GB
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