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Subject: USB access
Name: Gray Lensman
Date: 3/23/2005 5:28:54 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: What is this MB's problem? posted by Bob

Well, a stable o'clock hasn't been a problem for me in the past and I have no qualms about running a system full time in an o'clocked state within reason. But I get irked when it won't behave running stock.

What USB device do you need to run from 98? I can access USB flash and USB hard drives from DOS 7.1, AKA Win98 without clothes.

I don't have any other USB devices to test but the DOS drivers I have are supposed to be good for most all USB mass storage devices connected to UHCI/OHCI (USB 1.x) and EHCI (USB 2.0) integrated onboard, PCI bus or CardBus host contollers by chipset manufacturers such as Intel, NVidia, NEC, Texas Instruments, VIA, SIS, and ALi. It will recognize devices like external hard disks, CDROM/RW drives, DVD drives, ZIP drives, LS-120 drives, Jaz drives, floppy drives, flash memory pen drives and USB card readers.

For something other than a USB mass storage device, (ie. USB printer, scanner,...) I can't help.

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