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#1 Technotika

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Posted 26 July 2010 - 06:39 PM

HI PEEPS,

Back for more! :unsure:

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.

CONFIG.SYS

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 :dubbio:

#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 26 July 2010 - 07:21 PM

NO, they simply won't work, they are specific to the Cypress controllers which AFAIK are not used anymore in "common" PC's.

Go back to square #1 and try again the UNMODIFIED USB floppy I suggested you.

THAT configuration is known to be working, try THAT floppy before anything else, should that floppy work THEN it will be possible that the DUSE drivers work on the particular machine, but it is unlikely. :dubbio:

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#3 Technotika

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Posted 27 July 2010 - 12:27 AM

I had enough you know, this is as good as it gets, maybe something new comes soon, but for now, i'm quite happy with what got achieved.


....And relax.. :dubbio:




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