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Maximus-Decim Native USB Drivers

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Another benefit of the USB connector outer casing is ESD and EMI protection. Those slim USB drives must also make trade-offs to achieve the reduction in size, like a reduction in transfer speed. There is no easy way to cheat physics.

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The Casio camera, however, requires QV2KUX.SYS, a driver not present in NUSB (any version) and presumably not compatible with 9x/ME, until proof to the contrary.

After doing a WDMCHECK for QV2KUX.SYS, I got module has no missing import links.

If you can add the drivers and send me the updated USBSTOR.INF,

I can test this over the holidays.

I'm going to borrow a casio/canon digital camera just for testing purposes. Thanks

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Here are some drivers that must have been missed over the years :thumbup

Sweex 16-in-1 card reader

Sony PSP

Myson-Century

Cypress Semiconductor

IOMagic Multicard Reader

Realtek USB 2.0 Card Reader

Here are some more drivers, if you can add them when you have some free time.

Device Name: Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller

PnP Device ID: VID = 10DE PID = 026D
Serial Number: 3&&2411E6FE&&0&&58
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Generic USB Host Controller - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: nVIDIA(???)
Chip Part-Number: unknown(??)

Product Vendor: Standard
Product Model: OpenHCD USB Host Controller

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +Generic USB Hub

PnP Device ID: VID = 058F PID = 9254
Serial Number: 5&&226425FA&&0&&2
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: Alcor(??)
Chip Part-Number: AU9254

Product Vendor: Generic
Product Model: USB Hub

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +American Power Conversion USB UPS

PnP Device ID: VID = 051D PID = 0002
Serial Number: 3B0644X60761__
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: American
Product Model: Power Conversion USB UPS

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +USB Printing Support

PnP Device ID: VID = 04F9 PID = 002A
Serial Number: H6J603681
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: USB
Product Model: Printing Support

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +Microsoft USB IntelliMouse Optical

PnP Device ID: VID = 045E PID = 0039
Serial Number: 5&&226425FA&&0&&1
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: Microsoft
Product Model: USB IntelliMouse Optical

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +USB Composite Device

PnP Device ID: VID = 04A9 PID = 1095
Serial Number: 218186
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: USB
Product Model: Composite Device

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +USB Printing Support

PnP Device ID: VID = 04A9 PID = 1095
Serial Number: 6&&4E8519B&&0&&0000
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: USB
Product Model: Printing Support

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +[K:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Canon iP6000DStorage USB Device)

PnP Device ID: VID = 04A9 PID = 1095
Serial Number: 6&&4E8519B&&0&&0001
Revision: 0109

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: Canon
Product Model: iP6000DStorage

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +USB Human Interface Device

PnP Device ID: VID = 04A9 PID = 1095
Serial Number: 6&&4E8519B&&0&&0002
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 Full-Speed (USB1.1)

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: USB
Product Model: Human Interface Device

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller

PnP Device ID: VID = 10DE PID = 026E
Serial Number: 3&&2411E6FE&&0&&59
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Generic USB Host Controller - USB2.0 High-Speed

Chip Vendor: nVIDIA(???)
Chip Part-Number: unknown(??)

Product Vendor: Standard
Product Model: Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: ++++[F:][G:][H:][I:]+USB Mass Storage Device(Generic- Compact Flash USB Device)(...

PnP Device ID: VID = 0BDA PID = 0111
Serial Number: 20021111153705700
Revision: 1.00/1.00/1.00/1.00

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 High-Speed

Chip Vendor: Realtek(??)
Chip Part-Number: RTS5111

Product Vendor: Generic-
Product Model: Compact Flash

Tools on Web: (N/A)

Device Name: +Canon PowerShot A3300 IS

PnP Device ID: VID = 04A9 PID = 3223
Serial Number: 95A6B29903474BFD8F0178C7EB2E0EBD
Revision: (Information not returned)

Device Type: Standard USB device - USB2.0 High-Speed

Chip Vendor: (No match record)
Chip Part-Number: (No match record)

Product Vendor: Canon
Product Model: PowerShot A3300 IS

Tools on Web: (N/A)

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Native USB Driver Maximun Decim V3.5 incorporated:

1394BUS.SYS 4.10.0.2226

hotplug.dll 4.10.0.2224

IOS.VXD 4.10.0.2225

NTMAP.SYS 4.10.0.2227

NTMAPHLP.PDR 4.10.0.2223

OHCI1394.SYS 4.10.0.2228

openhci.sys 4.90.3000.0

SYSTRAY.EXE 4.10.0.2224

SBP2PORT.SYS 4.10.0.2227

uhcd.sys 4.90.3000.0

USBAUTH.SYS 4.90.3000.0

usbccgp.sys 5.1.2600.5585

usbd.sys 4.90.3000.0

USBEHCI.SYS 5.0.2195.6882

usbhub20.sys 5.0.2195.6891

usbhub.sys 4.90.3002.0

USBMPHLP.PDR 4.90.3000.0

USBNTMAP.SYS 4.90.0.3000

USBPORT.SYS 5.0.2195.5652

USBSTOR.SYS 4.90.3000.0

USBU2A.SYS 1.4.2.0

USER32.DLL 4.10.0.2231

wdmstub.sys 5.0.0.6

What Because it is incorporated SYSPLG98 files?

hotplug.dll 4.10.0.2225

SYSTRAY.EXE 4.10.0.2225

Instability?

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OK, this is a related-news that could be interesting for both projects:

Commit by cgutman :: r55555 reactos/ (144 files in 45 dirs): (link)

[uSB]

  • We proudly merge the first charge of the usb-bringup branch. We do want to stress hardware support is still under heavy development and testing in real hardware is experimental
  • Merge the Human Interface Device Stack(HID) which is used for mice / keyboards and other devices which use the USB interface, consisting of hidusb, hidparse, hidclass, mouhid, kbdhid
  • Merge the composite driver, supports USB composite devices, laid out in usbccgp
  • Merge the generic hub driver, which supports the USB root hub and in future USB hubs. Driver is usbhub
  • Merge the Open Host Controller Interface driver (ohci)
  • Merge the Enhanced Host Controller Interface driver (ehci)
  • Merge the many fixes in other areas of ReactOS needed for USB to work (ntoskrnl, pci, inf, umpnpmgr, usetup)
  • Special thanks goes the Haiku team, whose excellent code has provided a great base for the development of the new ReactOS USB / HID stack
  • The development of the USB stack has shown the great potential when ReactOS developers team up together to achieve a common goal. The involved developers are here, listed alphabetically: Alex Ionescu Amine Khaldi Cameron Gutman Johannes Anderwald Michel Martin Thomas Faber Thomas Lotz(Haiku) Let's start the ReactOS revolution

Hope that helps, or at least inspires !

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Regardless of the brand, consider the following: some manufacturers, in an effort to produce ever slimmer pendrives, decided to omit the armor (metal outer-casing) from some of their pendrive's connectors. The SONY Micro-Vault Tiny was one of the first such armorless pendrives. But... the armor is there for many reasons, one being that it helps hold snugly the connectors in both parts of the USB connection (the pendrive and the machine's USB connector), so that, by omitting it, the manufacturer created a less reliable product, that will give bad contact in any well used USB connector, forcing one to jiggle the pendrive to get contact. So, nowadays I avoid buying any armorless connectored pendrive. I like Corsairs a lot, but I do avoid the Flash Voyager Mini line because of this. Just my 2¢, of course.

The latest thing in flash drives use a normal USB connector with the rest of it smaller than the connector, has just enough to stick out so you can get hold of it. Verbatim Store n Stay, Lexar Echo ZX, Lexar Echo ZE, SanDisk Cruzer Fit are available from Amazon. Western Digital also has one but it's a rebranded Chinese cheapie with tons of negative reviews.

How most, possibly all, of these are made is they have a Micro SDHC card between the USB connector's metal shield and a thin PCB with the USB contacts. I presume the reader electronics are in the tiny plastic nubbin attached to the connector.

There's at least one company selling one where you can insert (and remove) your own micro SDHC, from the USB connector end. That one's also available at Amazon.

I got a 4gig Verbatim one for my car stereo. It does not have any blinky LED, which suits me fine so it's not blinking at me while playing tunes and driving at night. I know the Verbatim one has a micro SD card in it because it came up as a card reader when XP recognized it. Dunno if I want to try pulling the card out to see if it has any markings.

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And if you are on XP, you actually don't need to. Download ChipGenius run it, and it'll tell you all you ever wanted to know about the pendrive and more!

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Maximus Decim Native USB ver.3.5

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*Native (without installation of additional drivers for each type) support USB flash drives, digital photo

and videocameras and other similar devices.

*Universal Stack USB 2.0 (without installation of additional drivers for each chipsets) with uninstall.

1.Remove ALL drivers USB flash drives.

2.Remove ALL drivers USB 2.0 controllers.

3.Remove ALL USB 1.1 and 2.0 controllers and devices.

4.Remove ALL unknown devices.

5.Install NUSB 3.5 and reboot.

6.After detection new USB 1.1 and 2.0 controllers (if it will occur) too it is necessary to reboot.

Remember! You install it at own risk!

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English: http://www.zshare.net/download/934510417a4f04d9/

Russian: http://www.zshare.net/download/934510631daab5ad/

I can not download the english version. IE8 says that it can not open the webpage. Please help!

Thank you in advanced, sorbit4

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I can not download the english version. IE8 says that it can not open the webpage. Please help!

Thank you in advanced, sorbit4

Alternate Link:

NUSB35e :)

MD5: 86073921EBDAB9B75F4F50847E85CEFE CRC32: 6CA5320E

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Alternate Link:


NUSB35e smile.gif

MD5: 86073921EBDAB9B75F4F50847E85CEFE CRC32: 6CA5320E


Thank you very much. So if I want to try it (in an I865G chipset MB), I have to uninstall the USB2.0 Intel driver? I want to try it in a Hungarian Win98Se.

Regards, sorbit4
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Thank you very much. So if I want to try it (in an I865G chipset MB), I have to uninstall the USB2.0 Intel driver? I want to try it in a Hungarian Win98Se.

Regards, sorbit4

Yes. Uninstall ALL USB devices, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 both. NUSB3.5 adds the Windows ME USB 1.1 stack to 98SE which in turn allows greater functionality with composite devices, etc.

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Thank you very much. So if I want to try it (in an I865G chipset MB), I have to uninstall the USB2.0 Intel driver? I want to try it in a Hungarian Win98Se.

Regards, sorbit4

Yes. Uninstall ALL USB devices, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 both. NUSB3.5 adds the Windows ME USB 1.1 stack to 98SE which in turn allows greater functionality with composite devices, etc.

Many thanks. Reading back the thread I noticed, that it is possible to change the language to Hungarian. Is it true? I have the MS update 242975HUN8.EXE for Win98SE.

Which files are effected as language specific? My wife do not speak english and will get frightened if she sees enlish messages.

We want to use it (NUSBnnE.EXE) only for various USB2.0 flash drives.

Thank you in advanced

Edited by sorbit4
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one question:

why ist this fine piece of software only for the ENGLish version of win98se?

someone tried it (unsuccesful) on a different version?

Because it contains some localized Windows 98 SE files, namely:

Hardware.hlp - Q242975

Hotplug.dll 4.10.2224 - Q242975

IOS.VXD 4.10.2225 - Q239696

Systray.exe 4.10.2224 - Q242975

User.exe 4.10.2231 - Q291362

242975xxx8.exe is freely available from Microsoft in many languages - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/242975

291362xxx8.exe is not publicly available hotfix, you have to ask Microsoft Support for your language version

239696xxx8.exe is not publicly available hotfix, you have to ask Microsoft Support for your language version

(xxx is the language version, USA for US English, GER for German, FRN for French, etc.)

I suppose that the English version would work as well, but some system message will be in English. You can try it.

Petr

User.exe 4.10.2231 - Q291362 can be asked from MS, and has official versions in some languages, but unfortunately not in Hungarian. So it has to be localized by hand.

IOS.VXD 4.10.2225 - Q239696 can be asked from MS, but has official versions in English and Japanese only. It can, however, be left in English, because it'll only exhibit messages in some rare error events.

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Here is a breakdown of the files in NUSB 3.5 and where they are collected from.

Files that have been edited, downversioned, or otherwise changed are under (MODIFIED) sections.

If a section is not marked (MODIFIED) or (UNMODIFIED) then the files from that update source are UNMODIFIED.

Windows 98SE CABS (MODIFIED)

NODRIVER.INF Friday, April 23, 1999 10:22:00 PM

242975USA8.EXE (MODIFIED)

HOTPLUG.DLL 4.10.2224

SYSTRAY.EXE 4.10.2224

NTMAP.INF Monday, November 08, 1999 10:14:26 AM

242975USA8.EXE (UNMODIFIED)

1394.INF Wednesday, October 13, 1999 10:00:12 AM

HARDWARE.HLP Monday, August 02, 1999 1:16:06 PM

NTMAPHLP.PDR 4.10.2223

Q268064.EXE

1394BUS.SYS 4.10.2226

267304USA8.EXE

NTMAP.SYS 4.10.2227

284837USA8.EXE

OHCI1394.SYS 4.10.2228

311430USA8.EXE

SBP2PORT.SYS 4.10.2227

239696USA8.EXE

IOS.VXD 4.10.2225

IE4SHL95.CAB (MODIFIED)

EXPLORER.EXE 4.72.3612.1700

Windows ME CABS (MODIFIED)

USB.INF Thursday, June 08, 2000 5:00:00 PM

DISKTSD.VXD 4.90.3000

USBMPHLP.PDR 4.90.3000

USBNTMAP.INF Thursday, June 08, 2000 5:00:00 PM

USBSTOR.INF Thursday, June 08, 2000 5:00:00 PM

Windows ME CABS (UNMODIFIED)

OPENHCI.SYS 4.90.3000.1

UHCD.SYS 4.90.3000.1

USBD.SYS 4.90.3000.1

USBAUTH.SYS 4.90.3000.1

USBNTMAP.SYS 4.90.3000

USBSTOR.SYS 4.90.3000.1

Windows ME Q278289 (ME278289.EXE)

USBHUB.SYS 4.90.3002.1

Windows ME Q304708 (ME304708.EXE) (MODIFIED)

CDVSD.VXD 4.90.3003

Windows2000-Q319973 (USB2.ZIP) (MODIFIED)

USB2.INF Tuesday, May 07, 2002 4:52:12 PM

Windows2000-Q319973 (USB2.ZIP) (UNMODIFIED)

USBPORT.SYS 5.00.2195.5652

Windows2000-KB838989-x86-ENU.EXE

USBEHCI.SYS 5.00.2195.6882

USBHUB20.SYS 5.00.2195.6891

WindowsXP-KB945436-x86-ENU.EXE

USBCCGP.SYS 5.1.2600.5585

291362USA8.EXE

USER.EXE 4.10.2231

USER32.DLL 4.10.2231

UNKNOWN SOURCES / UNKNOWN IF OTHER LANGUAGES EXIST

QFECHECK.EXE

QFECHECK.HLP

USBU2A.SYS

WDMSTUB.SYS

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Here is a breakdown of the files in NUSB 3.5 and where they are collected from.

Files that have been edited, downversioned, or otherwise changed are under (MODIFIED) sections.

If a section is not marked (MODIFIED) or (UNMODIFIED) then the files from that update source are UNMODIFIED.

Windows 98SE CABS (MODIFIED)

NODRIVER.INF Friday, April 23, 1999 10:22:00 PM

242975USA8.EXE (MODIFIED)

HOTPLUG.DLL 4.10.2224

SYSTRAY.EXE 4.10.2224

NTMAP.INF Monday, November 08, 1999 10:14:26 AM

..............................................................

UNKNOWN SOURCES / UNKNOWN IF OTHER LANGUAGES EXIST

QFECHECK.EXE

QFECHECK.HLP

USBU2A.SYS

WDMSTUB.SYS

Thank you for the inf. I give up translating v3.5 (I have no ME). Is it easier to translate v3.3 or v2.2 ?

sorbit4

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