Dell Usb Memory Driver 98
Please email me. But it still didn't work. I think I paid $39 for it. I have had no success with accessing a driver for my Smart SM9FLAMK 256 MB memory key. weblink
It is a newer USB 2.0 device, butit may draw little enough power to work OK with the USB 1.1 on the L500r. [email protected] Reply Nicole says: September 10, 2007 at 9:08 pm I had the same problem with the link shown above, but I found the driver here: http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=614237 You have to go Reply Ken Johnson says: February 24, 2005 at 2:34 am I also have a Dell key, SM9FLAMK, made by Smart Modular Technologies and have been unable to find a driver that Hellpppp! http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/13331454
then…I went back and edited it, saved it…and it worked like a charm. Dell 128 MB USB Flash Memory Key Storage Old Dell E521 not accepting memory slots DIMM 1 and 3 solved Hi, I have an old dell dimension 4700 tower computer and Reply Steve says: March 7, 2005 at 7:05 pm I have a SMART SM9FLAU (128Mb) from Dell.
The driver as installed doesn't have a tray icon for safe removal of the key/drive, but "eject" works fine to uninstall the key until it is inserted again. I did not realize the source of this helpful information until after I had posted and then I went back and thanked Ricardo in a separate posting. I hav a dell (m-systems) 512mb usb and windows 98 SE. I then deleated everything that came in the zip file inluding SafeEject, not through uninstall wizard, but "by hand" through file manager (windows explorer).
Reply Brett says: December 8, 2005 at 5:28 am Did you get your key to work? I put the CD in the old machine and unzipped and then ran the program. 3. I ran a search and did not find it in my W98 system. It worked like a charm and boy was it easy!
Based on the description of that problem, I removed all other USB devices and my PC card, and reinstalled diskonkey. I have a Dell 128mb memory key> that I would like to use to transfer some old files to my new computer.> The old computer is a Dell Dimension L500r, running Reply Joe says: October 4, 2005 at 11:19 pm I have an old HP Pavilion with win98. All rights reserved.
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 http://forums.driverguide.com/showthread.php?t=18997 Apparently, just recently, Dell has changed the vendor that they are using for their memory keys. it was a weird capacity mp3 player/usb flash drive.. I was able to transfer files right away from my old machine to the new one.
Posted by pwake on 15 Sep 2003 3:49 I tried the link you gave in your email and it didn't work for me. http://softwarestats.net/dell-usb/dell-usb-memory-key-driver-win-98.html Thus far> > I cannot get the old computer to do anything but recognize the> > existence of the new memory key. You are very much appreciated, best regards. It seems to be readily available from lots of sources, and includes a disc with a driver that works beautifully with Win98se.
You are to be commended. Posts 276 Points 10 Originally Posted by Basementgeek I assume their is no entry in the device manager for it either and you know for a fact that the USB port One even said that these keys should be used only from between XP or ME systems and are noncompatible with 98 systems!!! check over here A Digital Concepts model CD-35 card reader is not recognized, but that's not a problem for me.
And so started yet another month of frustration until I came across your post. Hope this helps. It works.
Reply Darryl B says: June 10, 2005 at 1:00 pm I just found this that may work for you.
This strikes me as odd, since the new Memory Keys are manufactured by M-Systems, not Lexmark. I'll pass the news on. You really did help me. You must install the appropriate version of the drivers dependent upon your version of Windows 98.
You've saved me a few hours. I didn't have any read-only problems. I downloaded and burned to a CD (on the new machine) DiskOnKey_Win98-Installer.zip. 2. http://softwarestats.net/dell-usb/dell-usb-memory-key-win-98-driver.html Reply With Quote 05-11-200609:39 AM #2 galena1 Member Join Date Oct 2003 Location Devon -UK Posts 3,109 Points 429 Hi Jonollie - Have you tried - Turn off the pc (I
I also have the Dell Key 64mb SMART model # SM9FLAMK. Posted by davhealy on 18 Oct 2003 0:58 Burl1201 wrote:I tried installing the Windows 98 drivers off the Dell site (Zip file) for the Dell USB key on my Win 98 So why have I got a Dell 256M memory key? What I did: (1)installed the standard driver from the zipped folder, using Add/Remove Hardware; (2)opened the .inf file from the unzipped folder and edited the file as you described; (3) saved
You can get help and discuss drivers on our free driver forum. I can't believe how difficult it was to deal with Dell on this. Someone else (like Lexar) makes it. Something I found on the Internet suggested that the Verbatim key used SMART technology, so I gambled $20.
I selected the "disk drive" category. Great site. please note that I got this information from: http://www.brothersews.com/html/SoftwareDownloads.jsp Let me know if that does or does not work and I'll ammend my article. I had the exact problem and Dell was no help.
NetCulture Forums! I have Dell memory key SM9FLAMK with no driver and I finally was able to get windows 98SE to recognize the memory key following Freds advice. 1.Go to http://www.usbdrivetools.com 2.Download the Free Computer Help. Thank you!
Wireless networking would work too but with my old school setup nobody can tap in on my network from the street. 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. But... The driver install goes according to plan, but when I plug in the flash key, Windows cannot find the driver, even when the folder address is plugged in.
I hope this helps, and Good Luck! Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? After installing and then rebooting my computer, I got the error message about the driver being for 98SE only followed by the appearance of the file SafeEject.exe. 4. Reply Ralph Macias says: April 4, 2005 at 4:30 pm Thanks a mil for your post Mike.