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by R. thanks for this. Do note that this driver is for English versions of Windows 98SE only and won't work on the original Windows 98. Many, many thanks!!! have a peek here

Does Win 98 support USB?http://www.alldigital.fotopic.net -- Art Reply Reply with quote Complain John Lai OP • Senior Member • Posts: 2,579 Re: Windows 98 driver for card reader? Hope the info helps anyway.Hi Sam, Thanks for the links. For each test I copied under WinXP 200 .jpg files, altogether 122 MB, from a FAT32 partition of an internal IDE 80GB 2.5" HDD to this micro-SDHC card, always newly formatted I have passed on to my friend all the advice and help you have given and she can decide what to do now she has a better idea of the problem.We http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/W98SE-USB-Card-Reader-driver-solution-found-t139004.html&mode=linear

While hooking up my Windows 98 first edition computer to Road Runner, the windows driver for this device was probably deleted. Don't forget Windows 98 cannot read NTFS so the storage device needs to be formatted with FAT/FAT32 to be recognised with a drive letter. It is an SD / MMC / RS 3 in 1 reader and would suit my friend just right if only we could find a driver......From my surfin it would seem

it was a weird capacity mp3 player/usb flash drive.. If they work as claimed, then they are what would be needed to support that card reader under Win98:http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=generic+windows+98+mass+storage+USB&btnG=Google+Search&meta=As I said, I haven't tested any of these. Can be used for low-level formatting of SDHC and flash cards. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed.

Also remove any Unknown/Other devices, those which have no installed driver.4. The MSI card reader is a hybrid, it has several slots for different types of cards, but it uses up only a single drive letter, the best solution because drive letters No installation, just double-click on the .exe Download location: http://www.mydigit.cn/mytool/chipgenius.rar4) Reggel's List of card readers http://www.hjreggel.net/cardspeed/info-readers.htmlFor information about chips inside card readers, more reliable than ChipGenius, but use ChipGenius to get http://www.pretec-europe.com/driver_download_center.htm Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

A multi-card reader has several slots and uses up several drive letters (in most cases 4), so you may only want to own one. Sure wish I could do this job for the old lady. Edited October 11, 2008 by Multibooter 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jaclaz    854 The Finder 854 17,990 posts July 23, 2004 OS: none specified anyway.

Download Mar 2015 EncryptStick Lite for Windows Download Mar 2015 EncryptStick Lite for Mac Download Jan 2015 Thunderbolt™ 2/USB 3.0 driver for Windows 7 - Windows 7 driver for Lexar Professional On removable media WinXP can access only the first partition, it cannot access data on other partitions. Is it because both card readers have the same SN? Hope the info helps anyway.-- hide signature -- Sam Reply Reply with quote Complain John Lai OP • Senior Member • Posts: 2,579 Re: Apparently there are some generic

I can now at last retrieve data from my old Laptop/s and Floppy Discs and transfer via usb ‘Stick' to my current computers. navigate here If you read those long instructions it says to download and install the Ser Pack if you have 98FE but is that necessary taking into account the above?I installed a USB Freeware, can be downloaded from http://hddguru.com/content/en/software/200...el-Format-Tool/10) Special multi-partition card reader for WinXPIn my own toolbox I have a separate card reader on which I pasted a label "multi-partition card reader WinXP". Per the download page, these drivers have been written by Maximus Decim.

If you have one card reader set with Hitachi as "fixed", you can create multiple partitions under XP with Paragon on a normal card reader, then insert the freshly multi-partitioned card In reply to all_digital • Mar 26, 2008 all_digital wrote:Is the card reader USB?YesDoes Win 98 support USB?Yes, but needs drivers from the manufacturer of the USB devices.John Reply Reply So this is another reason to buy several Win98-compatible card readers of different makes: to be able to use several card readers at the same time.When SDHC cards have become cheap http://standardtechnological.com/card-reader/card-reader-drivers-win98.html When the card was reformatted by Acronis Disk Director to FAT32, cluster size 16kB, the boot record was reduced to 16kB (32 sectors).

It works. In reply to John Lai • Mar 26, 2008 Is the card reader USB? Can't find your answer ?

I wonder why Microsoft never provided on like that with Win 98.John Reply Reply with quote Complain Forum Threaded view Keyboard shortcuts: FForum MMy threads Latest reviewsCanon EOS M680%Panasonic

Big thanks :-) Reply andi 3 years ago I tried several times with different versions of drivers, but this one did the job properly. Ask ! Anyone > can> help???? I suspect mainly because of physical failure of the HDD: reading & writing small amounts of data for very many threads, all over the HDD, and that uninterrupted for a long

During reboot, the computer will detect new devices and USB controllers and will ask for the Windows 98 install CD so make sure you have it to hand. Reply Will Mattison 3 years ago I have a newer computer but I had 2 older computers tht wouldn't work so I took the Windows 98 hard drive out of one SDHC is a different format, it is not SD 1.0 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital_card The websites usually do not indicate whether a card reader is SDHC ready or not, you have to look at http://standardtechnological.com/card-reader/card-reader-drivers-for-win98.html Download Windows 98SE Generic USB Mass Storage Device Driver to the desktop.2.

It works well for XP, but I have an old Windows 98SE computer where the reader will not work. This is kind of a grey/overlapping area: SDHC cards are useful under Win98, but to prepare them properly, you need WinXP.eMule is for me a must-run-on-Win98 application, for security reasons, but Regards richard Reply Oleg 10 years ago Thank you. The package insert says that a driver for Win 98 (Win98/Win98SE) is available for free download at http://home.pchome.c...29704/Setup.zip, however, that page is no longer there.

Reproduction in whole or part in any form or medium without specific written permission is prohibited. Then there is the risk of electrostatic damage while fiddling around at a USB port of your precious/irreplaceable Win98 compatible motherboard; the USB port is one of the components of the It is possible to make a FAT filesystem with just one FAT:http://advancemame.sourceforge.net/doc-makebootfat.htmlhttp://advancemame.sourceforge.net/boot-download.htmlhttp://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?sho...13784&st=44http://www1.mager.org/mkdosfs/Again OT, these may be of interest also:http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/index.htm?fat32format.htmhttp://tokiwa.qee.jp/EN/Fat32Formatter/jaclaz 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Multibooter This special multi-partition card reader "unhides" under XP data which is visible/accessible under Win98.11) Disk flusher Sync v2.2 by Mark Russinovich of SysInternals (Win98 and WinXP)Is a near-substitute of a Safely-Remove-Hardware