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I'm just looking into FURTHER USB-DOS action and have been having a play with "DUSE". My foray into aspiehci.sys and usbaspi.sys has been great, especially with our desktops. However not THAT hot with with the laptops.
I thought I might see if I can get this driver working as well to compare.
DEVICE=himem.sys /testmem:off /v DEVICE=DUSE.EXE VERBOSE DRIVES=1 LASTDRIVE = Z
It tries to load the files in dos but after wards says "configuration specified in your config.sys file is too large for memory, remove some drivers then try again.
Can I create more memory with some other device driver or perhaps something else?
Has anyone else ever used this successfully in DOS - what did you do? Many thanks