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#1 flyhigh427

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 10:42 PM

hi
im using dos 7.10 and im trying to get usb support.
this is my config.sys file.
and i need to add the bottom code to it
will it add without any changes?
thanks


DEVICE=C:\DOS71\ECHO.SYS W/e/l/c/o/m/e /t/o MS-DOS 7.10...

DEVICE=C:\DOS71\ECHO.SYS C/o/p/y/r/i/g/h/t M/i/c/r/o/s/o/f/t C/o/r/p. A/l/l /r/i/g/h/t/s /r/e/s/e/r/v/e/d.

DEVICE=C:\DOS71\HIMEM.SYS

REM DEVICE=C:\DOS71\EMM386.EXE NOEMS

REM DEVICEHIGH=C:\DOS71\SETVER.EXE

REM REM DEVICEHIGH=C:\DOS71\POWER.EXE

REM DEVICEHIGH=C:\DOS71\VIDE-CDD.SYS /D:IDE-CD

REM REM DEVICEHIGH=C:\DOS71\DISPLAY.SYS CON=(,,1)

REM COUNTRY=001,437,COUNTRY.SYS

SHELL=COMMAND.COM /P /E:640

DOS=HIGH,UMB,AUTO

FCBS=4,0

FILES=30

BUFFERS=20,0

LASTDRIVE=26

STACKS=9,256

SET PATH=C:\DOS71;..;

[menu]

menuitem=USB,USB Boot

menuitem=1394,1394 Boot

menudefault=USB,30

menucolor=7,0 



[USB]

DEVICE = USBASPI.SYS 



[1394]

DEVICE = SBP2ASPI.SYS 



[COMMON]

DEVICE = NJ32DISK.SYS /R

LASTDRIVE=Z


#2 flyhigh427

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 10:55 PM

i tryed adding it to the end of the config.sys file but i am getting an error its allways with the same file USBASPI.SYS
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#3 tikbalang

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Posted 27 June 2010 - 06:36 PM

you need to put in the path where those files are located, and make sure they really exist in that folder.

example:

DEVICE=C:\DOS71\HIMEM.SYS

	   ^^^^^^^^^

that's the path for himem.sys.

#4 wendy

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 07:20 AM

I booted from USB in MS-DOS 7.1 without the use of any drivers. Basically, the boot chain keeps the device open for DOS.

#5 flyhigh427

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 12:32 PM

thanks wendy and everybody




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