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For laptops that share a floppy and cdrom port, or if you just need to boot to C: with CDrom drivers loaded. Your letter has enough information tho to put folks on the right track to find the drivers themselves. Please first check your inbox for the email address you have set as PRIMARY in PayPal. Essential Utilities ANTI-VIRUS What is a virus? If you have onboard video often you have to look for the video chip to get the maker and number.

http://www.bootdisk.com/helpdesk.htm +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I sent you some email but you didn't respond. Ok, suppose you tried doing it manually, and already did a sys a:, or made a bootdisk with windows and it still doesn't see your cdrom and you're at the end Very often have to take out your video card from the computer to properly Identify it so you can find the right drivers. You wont have to worry about finding mscdex.exe or himem.sys.

Your particular CDrom driver if you know where it is will be named something like mtmide.sys or similar. If ver doesn't work then go to your DOS folder and note the dates on the files as they correspond to the version of DOS you are using. But there are exceptions. That's because your drive is in NTFS and dos cant see an NTFS drive without special utilities.

The key driver files I've put together for you in the [USBdriver] collection include: ramfd.sys 22,012 bytes usbaspi1.sys 39,093 usbaspi2.sys 43,528 usbaspi3.sys 37,090 usbaspi4.sys 49,242 usbaspi5.sys 50,606 usbcd1.sys 5,509 usbcd2.sys 35,456 It alowed me to use my Western Digital external USB HD in DOS. [config.sys] LASTDRIVE=Z DEVICE = usbaspi4.sys /int /all DEVICE = usbaspi5.sys /int /all DEVICE = usbaspi5.sys /int /all /D1 So I created a special bootdisk just for this purpose that adds the drivers you need automatically. No Floppy drive needed to use this utlilty and make your C: drive bootable.

Click Next. 6. Or type setup in DOS on older boxes. So can delpart. http://www.bootdisk.com/helpdesk.htm It's 156K bytes so you may have to remove some of the utils on your bootdisk if you don't have enough room for the scsi drivers.

IMPORTANT If you have a general hardware, software, or windows install problem then it's best to ask your question in one or all of the specially selected Forums on my Helpdesk If using XP then make a folder on your hard drive called i386 and copy the files from the i386 folder on the cd to c:\i386 and run winnt.exe from there. Supplemental Note #3: In the CMOS, sometimes the cdrom will work best in DOS if it's set to NONE on the channel it's on. It that's the case, and it's one of the things I recommend prior to installing XP in the first place, then you should be able to run winnt.exe from that folder

The Most Recently added/and/or/improved files are below in Yellow. Check the C: drive for a folder that matches your model laptop maybe there's a setup file there. jv16 RegCleaner 4.3 | Last Free Version 540 KB jv16 Power Tools | For XP includes registry cleaner. They put the utilities you need in a ramdrive, or virtual disk which is usually the next drive letter up from your hard drive partitions.

You included [large] attachment(s) without previous notice and/or approval. 4. Create a new folder, try again to download to the newly created folder. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I just want to say thanks again for using my services. I recently set up USB support on some ghost boot disks that we use here and was excited to say the least. Thank you for your great website!

Randomly I took usbaspi1.sys and usbcd1.sys and placed them into win98 startup cd, together with the autoexec.bat and config.sys files, which repalced the original bat/sys files on the startup disk. How Do I Access My BIOS or CMOS Setup Utility? Here's the helpfile. Click Next. 4.Select the circle on the top that says create New or Replace Existing Configuration.

Thanks to Mark O' If you want a mouse to work on your bootdisk copy mouse.com to your bootdisk and add a line in the autoexec.bat like this: mouse, or a:\mouse.com, Selecting the appropriate drive letter. Most of the files above are disk images.

Note that after you get your business done in DOS with the USB drivers that they really should be remmed out when you've done what you needed to and now want

Check the docs in your burning program to see how to do it. Getting your cdrom to work may also be a hassle, unless you make a bootdisk with Windows 98 in that case it will most likely include the drivers that will see The classic way to reinstall video drivers on a SEASONED SYSTEM that is having a problem with the standard methods is to first go into Safe Mode | Device Manager and What did I miss?

wrote: I built a boot disk to access a USB external hard drive from DOS using drivers included with Norton Ghost. 2003. An image is an exact copy a working CD rom disc. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I have a problem with my PC can you help me? Thanks to all the info provided on your website, I can now boot in DOS with USB support. But in general I don't do link exchanges just for the heck of it.

Universal SATA CDrom Driver | Works great. CMOS SETUP UTILITY Your computer has to know how to use a bootdisk. So check your primary paypal email address and the URL should be there. In order to get your cdrom working from a bootdisk, you'll need a line that looks like this in the config.sys file on your boot floppy: DEVICE=cd1.SYS /D:tomato And a line

You cant simply copy the floppy disk file you donwloaded to your CD nor can you just copy the contents of a bootable floppy disk to your CD. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I downloaded Possibly.