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Maximus-Decim Native USB Drivers

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Maximus Decim Native USB ver.2.3

I had v. 2.2 up to now and all devices did work for me, up to 1 GB. :)

Minor problem: for some of them confirming the driver is required,

few clicks, but found automatically, no private drivers.

This thing needs a better webhost: it is too small and to good for

rapidshare !!! :yes:

I have put it on my site, you can download from here:

http://www.technical-assistance.co.uk/kb/usbmsd98.php

Hope this helps.

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Hi.

Your drivers is for video cameras ?

But is it also for webcams (usb) ?

Like my Logitech QuickCam Express ?

And what about image controls of my webcam ?

Where are they ?

Thanks.

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Maximus Decim Native USB ver.2.3

Minor problem: for some of them confirming the driver is required,

few clicks, but found automatically, no private drivers.

It is not a problem. The needed confirmation is the result of smaller USBSTOR.INF as I explained in my post below:

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showto...id=526480

Thereby giving more space for the devices that may need it in the future.

Thanks Maximus-Decim who has implemented my idea above into his NUSB Version 2.3

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I think it would be very useful to make language neutral package.

It should be no problem because all language dependent files are already contained in SESP 2.1a and therefore there is no need to have them in this package too.

The iexpress package should check if the right versions of these files are already installed and refuse to install if not.

Petr

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I think it would be very useful to make language neutral package.

It should be no problem because all language dependent files are already contained in SESP 2.1a and therefore there is no need to have them in this package too.

The iexpress package should check if the right versions of these files are already installed and refuse to install if not.

Petr

Yeah, but it is better to leave current usb package, if I don't want SESP 2.1a for example.

This can be an alternative, as an option included in SESP 2.1a, after updates & tweaks.

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Yeah, but it is better to leave current usb package, if I don't want SESP 2.1a for example.

This can be an alternative, as an option included in SESP 2.1a, after updates & tweaks.

Yes, I meant it as an alternative, not replacemnt of the current package.

Petr

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ah, FLASH devices...so it wouldn't do jack for an iPOD then, since thats a disc device?

Apple iPOD's and their software are incompatible with Win98/ME. ipods require Win2000/XP and USB 2.0 ports.

My friend has mistakenly installed NUSB into his Win98 First Edition.

Certainly it won't work. BSOD will come up each time a device is plugged in.

Any hint on how to uninstall it?

Thanks a lot.

can your friend upgrade to Win98 2nd edition, Wijono?

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My friend has mistakenly installed NUSB into his Win98 First Edition.

Certainly it won't work. BSOD will come up each time a device is plugged in.

Any hint on how to uninstall it?

Thanks a lot.

BTW, it is very interesting that it was possible to install NUSB into his Win98 First Edition.

I have checked nusb20e.exe, nusb21e.exe, nusb22e.exe and nusb23e.exe and all have the following restriction:

TargetNTVersion=4.10.2222
TargetWin9xVersion=4.10.2222

It should not be possible to install the package on Windows 4.10.1998.

Petr

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