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I've tried all the drivers (M-Systems, Smart, etc.) that are easily located through Google, and none work with this key. You must install the appropriate version of the drivers dependent upon your version of Windows 98. Now why would I want to keep the Dell Memory Key that wouldn't work with my old computer? I have the SMART SM9FLAMK key and still cannot get it to work with Win98 SE. his comment is here

Free Computer Technical Support :: Installing USB Mass Storage Devices on Windows 98 Home Knowledge Base Support Forum Store Search Site Map Contact Us Other Resources: Steve's Photo Gallery Sforza Racing However, see my other post. Something I found on the Internet suggested that the Verbatim key used SMART technology, so I gambled $20. Finally, I went into the original driver file, right clicked it, and went to "Properties"…and "unchecked" the "Read Only" Box under General Properties. see this here

The Lexar site is: http://www.digitalfilm.com/drivers/index.html- and I picked Win98 SE, USB JumpDrive 1.0. After being totally stuffed around for 3 months over a memory upgrade for a 6 month old computer (involving 6 unanswered emails to all parts of Dell, 3 long faxes and Posted by Ruff_Rider on 25 Mar 2004 18:38 Hello scwelch, I too tried a couple of these web sites before I read about the one mentioned by Mike99999, who said: """just Reply Chris says: August 8, 2005 at 1:22 pm Thanks for the drivers Reply Malvina Jacob says: August 16, 2005 at 2:50 pm It did not work for me - when

Then just snap it to the top again: The resolution of the VM should now resize automatically to fit the VM Window within the host machine. I've also tried all above recommendations to no avail Thank you! I have a new XP computer and wanted to transfer files from my old Win 98 system using the Memory Key. http://www.diskonkey/com/soft_won98.asp Is there any other link to get my driver for the device to work win Win98?

Just wish I had gotten the floppy drive instead of opting for the Memory Key alone. :-/ CM Reply mike.lively says: March 9, 2005 at 5:30 am Well, as far as Copyright and Terms of Use, © 2000- USB-Drivers.com. Is the procedure different for a 512 mb key vs. I also am severely unimpressed with dell and don't ever anticipate buying a new one.

If the USB devices have a tick they are connected to the VM (and removed from the Host OS). It's going back! Reply Darryl B says: June 10, 2005 at 1:00 pm I just found this that may work for you. Here's what I did to make it work: 1.

I think this is the key… 6. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/236178-48-drivers-dell-lattitude Reply Ken Johnson says: February 25, 2005 at 12:15 am The zip file you pointed to is similar to the one for Lexar I tried before. One thing I did notice is that all of the pictures of the memory key that I found with the drivers looked significantly different. Lynne Reply Joan says: September 5, 2005 at 7:53 pm I have Win 98 SE, but I was having trouble getting diskonkey to work. 1.

I am still using Windows 98SE. this content Reply C M says: March 1, 2005 at 9:58 pm Just got a new Dell with the 128 MB memory key. This worked for me!! These guys must be the new Dell memory key suppliers!""" This described my situation exactly, so I looked at the box my Memory Key came in and noticed that it also

I'll pass the news on. This strikes me as odd, since the new Memory Keys are manufactured by M-Systems, not Lexmark. So why have I got a Dell 256M memory key? http://softwarestats.net/dell-usb/dell-usb-memory-key-windows-98-drivers.html There are numerous online reports do… Laptops Notebooks Displays / Monitors Windows 7 Peripherals Hardware My Screen is Sideways!

A picture can be found on Dell's web site at http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?sku=311-4340&c=us&l=en&cs=19&category_id=2999&page=external Fortunately I was able to network my old computer to my new computer and get the files I needed copied. However, it did show up when I ran the find command, so I copied it from its download location to the subdirectory, and all worked fine. Well I installed them and sure enough, the key still didn't work.

been all over these sites looking for a driver that will work but no luck can u help… need for win 98 not 98se memorykeytools.com/win98.asp wont work http://www.diskonkey.com wont work …

Thanks a lot. (I even became a forum member to reply to you.) Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they Check Specify a Location and the default as C:\Windows\CATROOT and then select next. Find out more in this infographic. Ruff_Rider Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available.

I went through that this weekend, andfinally got them to email me the site URL. However, Windows 95 OSR2 is SOOOOOOOOOO stupid that it does even see the hardware that needs the drivers. I was about to give up, when i tried your little trick of changing 1900 to 1700 and after a couple of puffs and coughs and 2 restarts it works just check over here Once upgraded, you can get your files off the old system with any key that has a Win98se driver, although you may have to download the driver from the manufacturer's web

Such disabled devices are listed under Automatic Skip Device, which you can get to from windows help. I didn't have any read-only problems. I hav a dell (m-systems) 512mb usb and windows 98 SE. I don't know why…… Cool site.

At one time, MS had a service pack on the windows update site that would do that. Thanks a million Mark. Insert SMART USB Memory Key. 4. "Add New Hardware" wizard should start. 5. It took seconds to download and install.

After that it worked fine! Works like a charm. Reply Lynne Ellinwood says: September 20, 2005 at 4:36 pm Ricardo, I don't know how you figured that out, but it works! Great site.