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This tiny driver utility quickly searches your system for connected hardware. It identifies many different connected devices and also includes hardware which has been marked as 'Unknown' in the device manager.
It gives you a little bit more information about a certain device so that you can find the proper drivers required to get it up and going in Windows.
Unfortunately when we tested an older scanner we thought was heading to the dustbin, it was configured that our old scanner would probably never work any newer version of Windows.
In short, this is a small tool which may help you figure out whether there are drivers available for your potentially outdated device.
Features and highlights
- Identifies USB 1.1/2.0/3.0 devices
- Identifies IEEE 1394 devices
- Identifies ISA Plug&Play devices
- Identifies AGP Bus devices
- Identifies PCI, PCI-E, eSATA devices
- Find drivers for hardware devices
- Contact hardware vendor directly from app
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USB Flash Drive driver for Windows 95 OSR/2.1
As some people may know I am a big fan of Windows 95 because it canbe installed without any web browser. Unfortunately for me manufacturersno longer provide Windows 95 drivers for most newer devices, or if theydo they install a mess of software that often requires IE. As such I amvery cautious about what hardware I add to my computer.
From using flash drives on other computers I have discovered how incrediblyuseful these things are. They can store as much as or more than a CD-ROMbut they can be written to randomly. Supposedly there is a write limitof perhaps a hundred thousand writes but this still makes them way morereliable than floppy disks.
Of course the only driver I could find for my Sandisk Cruzer only workedon Windows 98 SE. Now the funny thing is that USB mass storage deviceslike this use a somewhat standard communication protocol and work 'outof the box' on most newer operating systems. This is true for Linux, MacOSX, OS/2 eComstation, and Windows XP. So I looked around to see if anybodyhad a USB mass storage driver for Windows 95 that would work with standarddevices like this.
I eventually found one that was intended for an older Sandisk USB device.I had to modify the Plug-And-Play ID numbers to match the one being sentby the Cruzer before Windows would accept the driver. But after that itworked perfectly! I just plug in the Cruzer and a new removable drive letterappears in My Computer.
I also added PNP ids for many devices. I don't know if it works withall of the IDs I added, but feel free to let me know what works and whatdoesn't. You should even be able to use it even if it doesn't specificallyrecognize your device!
- Windows 95 OSR/2.1 ('B' version with the 'USB Supplement to OSR2' installed)or Windows 98 with a USB port that is already recognized by the system.
- This driver is not supported by SanDisk or any other manufacturer.
- This driver may not work on your machine or with your USB memory device,I only know it works for me.
- For all I know this driver may cause damage to your machine, your USB memorydevice, or the files on your USB memory device.
- Any additional software that comes with your USB memory device probablywill not work and should not be used.
- Unzip the file below in to a folder on your 95/98 machine's hard drivesuch as C:USB95
- Insert your USB memory device in to a USB port.
- The 'Add New Hardware' wizard should appear and ask for a driver.
- Point it to C:USB95. It will copy the files and start the driver. (Itmay ask for the location more than once)
- Your drive should now appear as an icon in 'My Computer'.
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|Download USB mass storage driver for Windows 95 OSR/2.1 (Updated 1/24/2007)||w95usbflash11.zip|
|Same thing as above, but in a self extracting executable format incase you do not have a program to uncompress ZIP files.||95usbflash11.exe|
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- If you are running the OSR/2.0 'B' version of Windows 95 you must firstinstall the USB supplement from Microsoft if it is not already installed.(search for 'Usbsupp.exe').Note that none of this will work on the original 'A' version of Windows95.
- If your USB flash drive or mass storage device is not specifically recognizedby this driver, Windows will prompt you to install a new driver. Keep theabove driver on your hard disk and point the New Hardware Wizard to thedriver. This *should* let it use the driver if it really is a compatiblestorage device.
- If your system freezes up while communicating with your USB device checkand see if your USB port uses the same IRQ as another device and changeit if possible.
- If your motherboard USB hardware is not recognized, check your BIOS toensure the USB hardware is enabled (some have an option to enable or disablebuilt in USB).
- If you previously attempted to install a driver on 95 intended for Windows98 you may need to remove all INF files from that driver in 'c:windowsinf'before this one will work.
- I noticed sometimes after installing/re-installing the driver the drivefails to mount or show up in 'My Computer' even after rebooting.If this happens, try going to the device manager, open the hard drivesgroup, and find and remove the entry for your drive from there. Then removeand re-insert the flash drive and it should be found again.
- USB 1.1 hardware found on older machines is slower than modern USB ports.This is not a software or OS issue.
- If you have many small files to copy to the device, consider zipping themfirst. This can speed things up and reduce the number of writes to thefile system area.
- Regardless of what OS you are running, if your USB ports are all on theback of your computer I highly recommend buying a USB extension cable.Makes life much easier. (And reduces wear on your computer's USB plug)
- There is also a USB system with a generic USB mass storage driver for WindowsNT 4 locatedhere(it is part of a bundle for some camera device.) For larger flash driveson NT 4 you may also need the FAT32 filesystem driver located here.(Interesting trick, using this FAT32 driver and the Win2000 bootloaderyou can boot NT 4 from FAT32)
- And believe it or not, there is even a USBstorage driver for DOS! This can also be used under the 'a' versionof Windows 95.
- Avoid the Sandisk models with the 'U3' autorun stuff on it. Those can havefreezing issues even after the U3 stuff is removed. Currently I have hadvery good luck with the Kingston DataTraveler USB Flash drives.