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Maximus-Decim Native USB Drivers

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maximus-decim, do you plan to update the original 2.2 installer with this new INF?

it would be great and easier to deploy if an updated installer is available.

Yet will not be, later. The structure of the usbstor.inf for reduction of its size will be changed. New devices will be still added.

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jimmsta    0

I managed to get the patch working without adding any of the registry entries that are normally added by the installer, into a ghost image of Win98SE. Now, it's a whole lot easier getting Win98SE systems up and running, with the mortified ghost image... erm, modified.

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iscove    0

A fix for hotplug icon missing from system tray:

After installing the USB update, my USB flash drive was recognized, but no hotplug icon appeared in the system tray.

In the registry branch

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CV\Applets\SysTray

HotPlugFlags = 0x00000002

Services = 0x0000000d

The fix was to edit the Services key to 0x0000000f.

It looks like the bits in the Services value specify which icons appear in the system tray.

0x0000000d = binary 1101

0x0000000f = binary 1111

The 2nd last bit probably controls the hotplug icon.

Clicking the hotplug icon activates Hotplug.dll

Maximus - perhaps the Services value could be set up accordingly in the nusb installation script.

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BigDaddy    0

I help in the school of handicaped teenagers and would like to istall your USB PATCH on school computers since lots of students carry their seminars on USB drives. The computers are still running Win98 since the school won't allow budget for new compos.

But the problem is that they are all running Win98 SE SLOVENIAN EDITION. What would happen if I installed your USB patch which is only for ENGLISH version of windows?

Tanx in advance

Edited by BigDaddy

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Pillhuhn    0

Hello!

After installing Maximus Decim Native USB ver.2.2 german on a computer with an Albatron KX600 mainboard the connection to USB 2 devices is interrupted every few seconds. Connection to USB 1 devices is fine. The mainboard has a VIA KT600 chipset. How to solve the problem?

How to deinstall Maximus Decim Native USB? I could'nt find.

Philip

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hljoo    0

Hi everyone,

Just joined the forum and found this wonderful proggie. Thanks Maximus!

1) Hotplug Icon Missing

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The Hotplug icon did not appear on my system tray

even after trying iscove's suggestion to edit the registry key in

HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CV\Applets\SysTray

Services = 0x0000000d

I discovered that, for some reason, the volume icon has to be turned on

in order for the hotplug icon to appear on the system tray.

The last bit turns on the power icon, the second last the hotplug icon,

the 3rd last the volume icon, so just set the 2nd and 3rd last bit of the

Services key to 1 and it'll be fine,

i.e. set the key as any one of the following:

Services = 0x0000000e

or

Services = 0x0000000f

The first will turn on both the volume and the hotplug icon

and the second the power, volume and hotplug icon.

Alternatively, simply go to Control Panel, Multimedia and

check "Show volume control on the taskbar".

Reboot and plug in a USB mass storage device and viola! The hotplug icon appears.

2) Sony PlayStation Portable

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I edited my USBSTOR.INF file as follows and Win98 recognizes my PSP! :)

[Microsoft]

;Sony

%VID_054C&PID_01C8.DD%=USBSTOR_BULK,USB\VID_054C&PID_01C8

[strings]

;Sony

VID_054C&PID_01C8.DD="Sony PSP"

Try it out. It should work unless there are different PIDs for different PSP models.

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Adamastor    0

Hi! :hello:

Just a question. Why does the package susbstitute user.exe. My Windows version is not English so I don't want the user.exe included in the pack. May I change it to the original version after installing the package?

Cheers.

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eGo®Z    2
Hi! :hello:

Just a question. Why does the package susbstitute user.exe. My Windows version is not English so I don't want the user.exe included in the pack. May I change it to the original version after installing the package?

Cheers.

yes, U can do that, but U have change it with the same or the newest version in your language

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imr_oman    0
Woav!

Tanx. Will try it first thing tommorrow!

btw. Just wondering who did the slovenian version?*

I did! :hello:

Here are the files included:

slovenian files

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qfecheck.exe, 4.10.0.1998

systray.exe, 4.10.0.2224

user.exe, 4.10.0.2227

hotplug.dll, 4.10.0.2224

QFECHECK.HLP

english files

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advpack.dll, 4.72.3110.0

user32.dll, 4.10.0.2227

1394BUS.SYS, 4.10.0.2226

NTMAP.SYS, 4.10.0.2227

OHCI1394.SYS, 4.10.0.2228

SBP2PORT.SYS, 4.10.0.2227

USBAUTH.SYS, 4.90.3000.1

USBNTMAP.SYS, 4.90.3000

USBSTOR.SYS, 4.90.3000.1

language neutral

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USBU2A.SYS, 1.4.2.0

VXD, PDR files

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NTMAPHLP.PDR

USBMPHLP.PDR

DISKTSD.VXD

IOS.VXD

BTW, have you installed the package???

Servus.

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:thumbup i brought a new usb flash stick its made by ati i checked their site and they had a 98se driver which was cool.but before i tryed it i thought lets install maxium 2.2 and low and behold it detected my usb stick first try.we often hear only the bad case scenaios in here i thought id post a happy tale of a product that works well thxz max u rock.

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