georgpotthast Germany, 27.06.2010, 18:48 @ Laaca USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply Hi Laaca, a .sys driver is the way DOS expects new hardware to be interfaced Yesterday I tried this driver and yes, it works perfectly. I know they have them, and are actively seeking those networking this way for test drives. For me too (YES we had discussed this by mail ...). > If you just want to copy files to and from a flash disk > you can just as well have a peek here
The first one (0,0) is from /dev/sda, the main hard disk. Install a boot loader Windows It is probably easiest to use SYSLINUX. DEVICE=IDE\GCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD000 /C0 DEVICE=IDE\GCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD001 /C1 DEVICE=IDE\GCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD002 /C2 DEVICE=IDE\XGCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD003 /C0 DEVICE=IDE\XGCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD004 /C1 DEVICE=IDE\XGCDROM.SYS /D:MSCD005 /C2 REM Loading SBP2ASPI.SYS for Firewire devices... georgpotthast Germany, 22.06.2010, 22:21 @ RayeR USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply The BIOS I have here does only USB 1.1. check these guys out
Though of course them being limited to UHCI seriously lessen the number of people capable of testing the drivers. Sample code for different programming languages are included. To fix, you will need to run mklabel to change the label to msdos, then make a partition. a disk driver, IIRC a >> CONFIG.SYS device driver): >> >> http://www.georgpotthast.de/usb >> >> A demo version (don't know about limitations) is available for free. >> Otherwise, see this site for
This means it won't work with OHCI (other USB >> 1.x) controllers, and will only work at USB 1.x speeds with EHCI (USB 2.0) >> controllers if they have a companion Freedos Usb Drivers DOSUSB's host drivers are certainly more _complete_ at this point in time than are mine. Why is the int 13h interface important to you? You know, a piece of software can be bug-free, but the opposite is the rule ... .
asked 3 years, 3 months ago viewed 14,963 times active 16 days ago Related 2What does the following error message mean in FreeDOS?0reading from a USB from freeDOS7USB stick doesn't mount, Dosusb This should be corrected to make the GPL fanatics happy.---MS-DOS forever! usb-flash-drive freedos share|improve this question edited Mar 20 at 10:16 Community♦ 1 asked Apr 11 '14 at 8:00 Joce 4441316 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote For example, in one AMI BIOS, the setting is: Advanced | USB Configuration | USB Storage Device Support | Enabled Not all BIOS have a setting like this.
georgpotthast Germany, 28.06.2010, 22:29 @ bretjohn USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply I guess each driver has its advantages. RayeR CZ, 22.06.2010, 17:07 @ Japheth USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply > It should probably be mentioned HERE that the version of DOSUSB which can > Back to top #4 was_jaclaz was_jaclaz Finder Advanced user 7100 posts Location:Gone in the mist Italy Posted 04 July 2009 - 09:24 AM Very interesting. Noncommercial use is always free anyway, I think. Motto Hairu Usb Driver
Support for additional host controllers (OHCI, EHCI, WHCI, XHCI) and devices will be added in the future". I know they have them, and are actively seeking those networking this way for test drives. Not the answer you're looking for? What's the point of separating the Alternator and Battery switches?
Also, refrain from use of any intermediate hub devices while using this driver. Usbaspi.sys Parameters There's currently two drivers under development: Georg Potthast's DOSUSB supports UHCI, OHCI (USB 1.x) and EHCI (USB 2.0) controllers and comes with some drivers (e.g. Therefore you can read and write data to flash disks or USB hard disks at much higher speeds than before.
derivative >> programs have to use the same license) from Bret's pages: >> >> http://bretjohnson.us/ >> >> Regards, >> Christian >> >> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ >> This SF.net email is sponsored by >> It comes with a disk driver TSR and some others. The 'fdapm poweroff' command, among others, may be used to shutdown the system "safely" by flushing the disk handlers. Dos Usb Printer On the site the author also confirms this and suggests a try out.
Screenshot instructions: Windows Mac Red Hat Linux Ubuntu Click URL instructions: Right-click on ad, choose "Copy Link", then paste here → (This may not be possible with some types of It comes with >>> a disk driver TSR and some others. How about this one? The price for a >source code licence is 1000 Euros.
What I anticipate (and hope) is that grub4dos team could use the source code of these DOS USB drivers and integrate them into grub4dos, getting rid of the need for PLoP. You have to > define a parameter block here since the partition is >32 MB. > > So if you use DOS and not a different OS you can use these I seem to remember that "old", known DOS drivers, like the ones in the link maanu posted were very "picky" about this.jaclaz Back to top #9 MedEvil MedEvil Platinum Member .script Also, access is restricted to FAT drives without Int 13h. > Hi Japheth, after loading the usbdisk.sys driver you can use int25/int26 (absolute disk read/write) to access logical disk sectors of
Georg Japheth Germany (South), 29.06.2010, 08:52 @ georgpotthast USB 2.0 driver for DOS available - DOSUSBPost reply I also tested the new version and it works well and fast ( This means it won't work with OHCI (other USB >>> 1.x) controllers, and will only work at USB 1.x speeds with EHCI (USB 2.0) >>> controllers if they have a companion You don't necessarily need to be aprogrammer to help out, either. derivative programs have to use the same license) from Bret's pages: http://bretjohnson.us/ Regards, Christian Re: [Freedos-user] Help: USB drivers for USB mass storage devices From: Carl Spitzer
I could list dozens of ways in which mine are technically much more advanced, as Laaca originally stated.