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Maximus-Decim Native USB Drivers

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... is there something in the INF file i can change to stop the reboot prompt?
To stop reboot and/or reboot prompt from INF:

[Version]

Signature=$CHICAGO$

AdvancedINF=2.5

[DefaultInstall]

SmartReboot=N

Reboot=0

[DefaultUninstall]

SmartReboot=N

Reboot=0

To stop reboot and/or reboot prompt from SED:

[Options]

RebootMode=N

To force automatic reboot [without prompt most of the time] from INF:

[Version]

Signature=$CHICAGO$

AdvancedINF=2.5

[DefaultInstall]

UpdateInis=WX

SmartReboot=AS

Reboot=1

[DefaultUninstall]

UpdateInis=WX

SmartReboot=AS

Reboot=1

[WX]

WININIT.INI,Rename,,"NUL=%10%\WININIT.LOG"

WININIT.INI,Rename,,"DIRNUL=%31%\_RESTORE\TEMP"

To force automatic reboot [without prompt most of the time] from SED:

[Options]

RebootMode=IS

Thanks !!!! Fantastic information .. its like getting the keys to the city (the city of MS hotfixes)

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I tried my brand new 8GB stick today and Bingo! Windows 98 SE detected it and installed the driver !

Seriously this is one of the best Win99SE add-ons available!

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While all is good and fine, I am unable to have NUSB 3.1e to detect my Nikon coolpix 5200. Any clue? I though it supports digital camera. :unsure:

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Thanks maximus-decim.

I will test it later today. Btw, do I just right click the file and install it? or do I just replace the file?

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Btw, do I just right click the file and install it? or do I just replace the file?

replace the file in windows\inf

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Maximus-decim,

Thanks. Will let you know the outcome tomorrow.

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Maximus-decim,

I replaced the file and rebooted but it still unable to detect my camera. Should I do a right-click install? Will that cause any side effect?

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I replaced the file and rebooted but it still unable to detect my camera. Should I do a right-click install? Will that cause any side effect?

Find and inform mi VID&PID (VID_04B0&PID_????) of this device (with Windows XP - VEN_04B0&DEV_????)

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Maximus-decim,

Find and inform mi VID&PID (VID_04B0&PID_????) of this device (with Windows XP - VEN_04B0&DEV_????)

Where can I find this info in win98?

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Patched most of NUSB 3.1 files to Polish.

Files included:

QFECHECK.EXE (from network)

QFECHECK.HLP (from network)

HOTPLUG.DLL (from network)

SYSTRAY.EXE (from network)

USER.EXE (did myself)

USBSTOR.INF (did myself)

HARDWARE.HLP (from network)

OLD_IOS.VXD (to use as a reference to patch IOS.VXD, which I cannot.)

Please do IOS.VXD.

Link: http://asiekierka.boot-land.net/nusbfix.zip

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HELP ME PLEASE!

Maximus Decim USB 3.1 (Superb driver and tool!) stop working. I don't know why, but first all working superb!

Now, when I plug-in an USB device, the icon near Windows clock appear, but I can't unplug the drive from it. When I click on the icon nothing happened. This pop-up is missed:

img10uj0.th.jpg

No function working on left and right mouse button!

I could uninstall Maximus Decim USB 3.1 and reinstall again... but I don't Know how. :wacko:

Or maybe there is a procedure to reestablish the correct working? :rolleyes:

I have tried to reinstall Maximus Decim USB 3.1 over the existing Maximus Decim USB 3.1, but don't fix the problem. :unsure:

Please Help me!

Thanx again (for all your work). :hello:

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maximus-decim,

Find and inform mi VID&PID (VID_04B0&PID_????) of this device (with Windows XP - VEN_04B0&DEV_????)

I found out that for mass storage setting is 0205, and for PTP setting is 0206 for my Nikon digital camera.

Thanks again.

hwtan

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