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  1. Count on mee too . See you soon on win9x.net Anyone for win9x.org ? pat98usb
  2. My questions , as of today which Free to use Antivirus do support win98se and are still updated ? Thanks pat98usb
  3. My questions , as of today which Free to use Antivirus do support win98se and are still updated ? Thanks pat98usb
  4. My questions , as of today which Free to use Antivirus do support win98se and are still updated ? Thanks pat98usb
  5. Thanks jaclaz . What i have... Windows ME USBSTOR.SYS Version 4.90.3000.0 size:21.040 byte Windows XP USBSTOR.SYS Version 5.1.2600.0 size:21.760 byte XP SP2 USBSTOR.SYS version 5.1.2600.2180 size:26.496 byte XPE SP1 2001 USBSTOR.SYS version 5.1.2600.0 size:21.760 byte XPE SP 2003 USBSTOR.SYS version 5.1.2600.1106 size:21.760 byte XPE SP2007 USBSTOR.SYS version 5.1.2600.2996 size:26.368 byte But if somebody else can help for version below the name used for the Original Microsoft Mass Storage Driver and size . 5.0.1636.1 5.0.1868.1 5.0.2000.114 pat98usb
  6. Hi jaclaz, the lexar driver is in fact a microsoft umss.sys driver version 5.0.1868.1 that is written for windows nt but as few people know works pretty well with w98se , in my case i also did the same experiment of changing the inf file on a driver from twinmos also using umss.sys version 5.0.1868.1 to this: %GenericBulkOnly.DeviceDesc%=OEM01Dev.install,USB\Class_08&SubClass_02&Prot_50 %GenericBulkOnly.DeviceDesc%=OEM01Dev.install,USB\Class_08&SubClass_05&Prot_50 %GenericBulkOnly.DeviceDesc%=OEM01Dev.install ,USB\Class_08&SubClass_06&Prot_50 %UMSS\DISK.DeviceDesc%=umsspdr.install,UMSS\USB_DISK Even if the lexar umss.sys is very small 10k compared to smallest of 14k to 15k i 've got , as you see you also have to use the .pdr file otherwise it will not work . I'm trying to implement this if i can find the right sys driver . http://forums.windrivers.com/showthread.php?t=69392 Anyone needing a driver for an USB memory stick, just try the original W2K (before SP1) driver Usbstor.sys (version like 5.0.2112.1 or something like that) and install it with Usbstor.inf from the same version of W2K. During the installation you will be asked the path to the files Ntmap.sys and Ntmaphlp.pdr - these you will find in your original Win98SE-CD or in your hard drive c:\windows\options directory. That's it - you won't need anything else and your USB memory stick will work just fine. Things can sometimes be really simple - don't you agree! Why do you think i posted this question here (no reply yet) even from maximum decim personal enquire ? (aka mdgx) http://www.msfn.org/board/Maximum_Decim_Na...html&st=320 quote > Hi all, i'm new on the forum have some questions maybe some guru can reply. I've seen there are some usb driver supposed to be microsoft for example umss.sys , umssfdik.sys , usbbulk.sys , bulkusb.sys , usbstor.sys . What are the main difference between them ? Do some one have the version history for every microsoft ubs driver produced ? Example starting from 4.10.2222 , 5.0.1636.1 , 5.0.1868.1 , 5.0.2138.1 and up to 5.1 ? Thank, Pat end quote> ciao jaclaz pat98usb
  7. Hi all, i'm new on the forum have some questions maybe some guru can reply. I've seen there are some usb driver supposed to be microsoft for example umss.sys , umssfdik.sys , usbbulk.sys , bulkusb.sys , usbstor.sys . What are the main difference between them ? Do some one have the version history for every microsoft ubs driver produced ? Example starting from 4.10.2222 , 5.0.1636.1 , 5.0.1868.1 , 5.0.2138.1 and up to 5.1 ? Thank, Pat