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XUSBSUPP - eXtended USB Supplement for Windows 95 OSR2

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Bad luck!

Memory problems came back.

I went the way down till 32MB. The strange thing is that at some settings under 768 it works whereas if you lower it it doesn't. And then you go more down and it works and then more and it doesn't... This doesn't make sense. There must be something else there besides the MaxPhysPage barrier.

 

So I will keep it 32MB and another 64 for swap and see what happens.

 

Also SB (CT4750) 'worked' even though installations crashed (first due to insuf. memory) then due to lack of internet-I suppose it affected only update. '' > because DOS mode legacy device doesn't: aka you cannot configure it because resources conflict with PCI bridge resources-here is the missing mobo drivers for W95 we were talking before-another time I will try with those infs and see if I can do something.




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inf's don't do anything. Even older versions. :(



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Is your Win95 OSR2.5 ENU? Or is it RUS?

English of Course, OSR 2.5 ENU, i Updated Bios to Official Update Release From A-Trend (1.33 03 ATC-1020), Few Bios Features and Same Problem, But If i Have RAM problems, i cannot play Lighting 3 F22 with 3Dfx and other older Games w/o Problems...

 

I Tried Using USB Drivers from Windows 98 SE EN Distribution (Install From A Disc... Then Inf) But no Luck Too..

 

I Think Not All USB Mouses and PS/2 Work Properly with Old Hardware, Cause Port Speed (PS/2 or USB) is too Slow...

 

By The Way, Before i Start Testing my Old Rig, Ive been Replaced all Older Cap's in PSU and on the Mobo to New


Edited by YURBAN, 31 May 2015 - 11:25 PM.


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PS/2 Mice and Keyboards work with Windows 95.
Neither USB Mice nor Keyboards work with Windows 95.
Only a major Patch that Lonecrusader and I developed can run USB Mice or Keyboards.
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I just wanted to say a big Thankyou for developing this and making it available. It's an absolute godsend to someone like me who's just rebuilt an old P233 from bits & pieces to run some old music software on W95, and who completely forgot USB wasn't supported. Transferring files via CDRWs wasn't an inspiring prospect.

As warned, my USB MIDI keyboard won't work but it can at least be powered via the USB lead while using a different MIDI cable. Windows uses the supplied drivers but installs it as a USB control device rather than a Sound, Video & Game controller (which I think is the case under W98). I tried doing it manually but I expect you could've told me that would be a waste of time too!

Anyway, thanks very much!



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I just wanted to say a big Thankyou for developing this and making it available. It's an absolute godsend to someone like me who's just rebuilt an old P233 from bits & pieces to run some old music software on W95, and who completely forgot USB wasn't supported. Transferring files via CDRWs wasn't an inspiring prospect.

As warned, my USB MIDI keyboard won't work but it can at least be powered via the USB lead while using a different MIDI cable. Windows uses the supplied drivers but installs it as a USB control device rather than a Sound, Video & Game controller (which I think is the case under W98). I tried doing it manually but I expect you could've told me that would be a waste of time too!

Anyway, thanks very much!

 

You're welcome. Glad you found it useful! :thumbup







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