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Maximus-Decim Native USB Drivers

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This message is for sunamigaza.

After downloading the attachment TwinMos.ZIP and try to open it with WinZip, following error message comes up: "Cannot open file: it does not apear to be a valid archive."

Is the file corrupted?

Thx a lot.

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This message is for sunamigaza.

After downloading the attachment TwinMos.ZIP and try to open it with WinZip, following error message comes up: "Cannot open file: it does not apear to be a valid archive."

Is the file corrupted?

Thx a lot.

me too... seems to be corrupted

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This message to Wijono & Shaddam:

"The total filespace required to upload all the attached files is greater than your per post or global limit. Please reduce the number of attachments or the size of the attachments." comes from MSFN.ORG :(

That's the probem when tried to upload the files, pls direct email me.

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Thanks very much to maximus-decim for this package! All is working absolutely fine for me with my USB stick and card reader. Great job!

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Hi Maximus,

That is a master-piece!!

Just would like to feedback to you, that it should be allowed to unplug the USB drive after right-click the drive in Windows Explorer and in the drop-down menu then click Eject. When we do that, your driver will come up with "Unsafe Removal of Device" popup. Would be great if this can be corrected.

Thanks to sunamigaza for the SUBSTOR.INF.

Unfortunately there is no reply from Maximus regarding the possibility of using "Eject" as described in my message above.

Has someone else any idea?

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Just read through and no answer so here goes...

Can this be "Slipstreamed"? (Added in pre-install)

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Dear Maximus

When i install 98se sp2.2 and then install USB2.2 AND then 98se2me the pen drive is not working after installing 98se2me.

i have to reinstall it again with USB2.2 what is the best sequence to install it.

thanks u.

best of luck 4 u'r mission.

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Sorry i got it

Installation Guide

Prerequites:

- Windows 98 SE English (4.10.2222A).

- 32 MB of RAM minimum.

- At least 40 MB free hard disk space.

Installation order:

*1- Install Windows 98 SE (with or without 98lite).

*2- Install IE 6.0 SP1.

3- Install all newest drivers of your hardware.

*4- Install DirectX (9.0c).

*5- Install MS Office.

*6- Install/Use 98lite to remove any features.

7- Close ALL open programs.

8- Install latest SE SP.

*9- Install critical updates from WindowsUpdate.

*10- Install MDGx's latest 98SE2ME.

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*11- Install Maximum-Decim's latest Native USB Drivers.///

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*12- Install Tihiy's latest Revolutions Pack.

13- Update or re-install drivers of your hardware, if you have any problem.

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Anytime, Wijono.

AFAIK, on Windows 98SE using drivers from USB Disk vendors:

- when running Windows Explorer or double-clicking My Computer there'll be an

icon "Removable Disk" then right-clicking it will open pop-down menu which

lists i.e. "Eject" to remove USB Disk. (CMIIW)

- the eject icon (if) appears mostly only once on the System Tray when plug-in

USB Disk for the first time (CMIIW), if the USB Disk removed that icon gone.

If replug-in USB Disk that icon won't re-appear (however, the USB Disk still

working and have to use "Windows Explorer...Eject..." steps to remove USB

Disk) unless re-booting.

Since NUSB22 from M.Decim uses some of WinMe files:

- the above function of "Eject" is replaced by the icon "Unplug or eject

hardware" on the System Tray to remove USB Disk.

Therefore the above steps (Windows Explorer...Eject...) seems inapplicable

coz a pop-up menu will give a warning "Unsafe removal..." and suggesting to

use the icon "Unplug or eject hardware" on the System Tray instead.

- and that icon always appears each time re-plug USB Disk, no need rebooting.

[Win Me/XP style. :) Dunno of Win2k, any1 knows pls info]

PS: add 3 new lines in USBSTOR.INF, pls have a look into Readme.txt in the

revised Readme.zip

Hope this might help.

Readme.ZIP

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Hi

Recently i bought a camera: Sony Cyber-Shot 3.2 Mega Pixels DSC-P32.

With Windows XP, the camera was recognize, but on Windows 98 was not recognized.

So i tried to install Maximus Decim Native USB ver.2.2.

But nothing changed, The same message appear, "searching for a driver"

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I would like to know if it's possible Win98 recognize the camera like WinXP.

Just a curiosity; Is it necessary to have SYSTRAY.EXE file in windows\system?

:hello::hello:

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nm - wonder why I couldnt delete my own post?

Edited by jasinwa
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Hi folks...

I have two USB 2.0 devices: an ADS enclosure (housing a DVD drive) and a Maxtor One Touch II. The problem is that they can not seem to co-exist in Win98SE. Tech support for ADS suggested that both devices may be trying to access the same driver, causing my system to hang.

Would the Maximus Decim Native USB ver.2.2 solve this conflict? Any other work around?

Thanks... :)

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Hiya All,

Would it be possible to use/adapt this package for Win95 OSR2.5B with the usb support add-on?

I'm rolling out a bunch of legacy PCs and this would be really useful.

Thanks for your time.

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Native USB (NUSB) 2.2.1 update

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Only .INF file!!!

Use only after installation of the NUSB 2.2 !

For installation copy the file USBSTOR.INF in the hidden

catalogue WINDOWS\INF\ with replacement of an old file.

What's new:

* Added very many new devices.

http://rapidshare.de/files/6032283/nusb221e_upd.zip.html

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