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Dell Usb Memory Key Driver For Windows 98

I don't bother trying to talk to Dell anymore, learned my lesson some time ago, even though I own three Dell machines, I try and support them myself and with help Apparently, just recently, Dell has changed the vendor that they are using for their memory keys. Thank you very very much! Thanks! http://softwarestats.net/dell-usb/dell-usb-memory-key-windows-98-drivers.html

After restart and after insertion of the USB flash drive it successfully installed itself. You've saved me a few hours. But, every time I remove the flash drive and stick it back in, I have to repeat uninstalling devices in device manager and reboot. Any suggestions?

Works like a charm. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Now why would I want to keep the Dell Memory Key that wouldn't work with my old computer? Newton Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - USB flash drive by jen3034 / November 24, 2008 5:47 AM PST In reply to: Windows 98-compatible Flash Drive Gateway desk top

Reply Jojo says: May 5, 2006 at 7:01 pm Try this site: http://www.m-systems.com/site/en-US/Products/DiskOnKey/M-Drive/Drivers/Win98_Driver.htm Reply Mark says: May 10, 2006 at 10:13 pm I had the same problem with the SM9FLAMK in If you are versed with these old systems and config/autoexec, etc, I would like to hire you!!! Posted by tj7978 on 18 Jan 2003 22:55 Hi -- were you able to find a driver for the Dell USB Memory Key? I just picked up the cheapest 4gb one i could find at a nearby store and voila!

And how! Probability factor of one to one...we have normality, I repeat we have normality. The Win98se driver is still available from the resulting page, unless the download button itself has stopped working. official site I also tried the brothersews.com, but it is the same thing as memorykeytools.com.

My e-mail is [email protected] Waiting for prompt reply Thanks Adnan Reply mike.lively says: March 29, 2005 at 4:22 pm Do you know what the model number or manufacturer (real manufacturer, dell One addition to Dennis'posting: after downloading to my usual ‘download' subdirectory, I decided to set up a subdirectory in ‘download' just for this problem, but one file, namely, jdusbms.sys, did not After much frustration I went to http://www.usbdrivetools.com/win98.asp and downloaded the Windows 98 driver for the SMART USB Memory Key. It worked on my new Dell with XP but not on our Compaq with Windows 98SE.

Installed the DiskOnKey windows 98 driver. 3. here Download Windows 98SE Generic USB Mass Storage Device Driver to the desktop.2. I tried using the WinXP driver. (Apparently XP uses .sys files, whereas older OSes use .inf files for drivers). Worked a treat and I've backed up my mother-in-laws old PC in double quick time.

Bookmark and Share Windows 98 USB Mass Storage Device Drivers USB flash drives and other USB mass storage based devices are becoming more and more common. this content Every time I try to open it a windows pops up asking me to format it. Thanks. went to referred website to download memory key driver and it won't work.

If you take a glance at the forums on dell's web site, a lot of people seem to have the same problem. Reply Lynne Ellinwood says: September 20, 2005 at 4:36 pm Ricardo, I don't know how you figured that out, but it works! I have searched and searched for a driver, downloading everything and nothing worked and wala! weblink I thought it would be a sinch, I found what I figured were the correct drivers to get that little memory key kicking on windows 98.

Here is what I've done: I've downloaded a Win98 driver from http://www.memorykeytools.com/win98.asp as suggested in Dell resource CD, unzipped the file into 4 files Eula.txt, Lexarpd.pdr, LexarUSB.inf, Lexarusb.sys. However, when I tried using the driver the computer didn't recognize it as the right driver. It must have been a Lexar, 'cause the one from memorykeytools.com worked for it.

I have a 512mb and win 98 and nothing on this site worked for me.

Note, I did not need to reboot in order to see the drive listed under my computer. 11.Thank you immensely to Fred for your skills, experience and time in solving this Copyright and Terms of Use, © 2000- USB-Drivers.com. You saved me a Dell call Reply jorge garcia says: March 8, 2005 at 7:56 pm necesito drv para usb memory dell Reply CM says: March 8, 2005 at 9:11 pm You're my hero!

Ed says: August 10, 2006 Again, I have to add to the thanks for this tip. Published November 30, 2005 Titus Barik in General SMART Dell Memory Key on Windows 98SE Dell sells rebranded USB memory keys under a variety of different vendors. Don't forget Windows 98 cannot read NTFS so the storage device needs to be formatted with FAT/FAT32 to be recognised with a drive letter. check over here [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

Numerous emails to Dell were met with silence. I've used Powerquest's "Drive Copy" successfully, but don't know whether it will transfer files from a Win98 machine to a WinXP machine. I can't believe how difficult it was to deal with Dell on this. Another user posted that their's was made by M-systems and that this driver worked for them: http://www.diskonkey.com/soft_win98.asp.

All I did was double click, click yes or next a few times, restarted the computer, plugged in the key and it now works like a charm. On my computer the flashdrive is drive g.If you do not have or cannot find csmapper.sys and carddrv.exe, I would happy to email them to you as a rar archive. I'm so glad that I'm not alone in this problem. This software is the treasure!

Reply Tom Mohr says: March 4, 2005 at 7:58 am MIKE - I was lucky enough to find your post only 20 minutes into my quest to see how I can Reply Brett says: December 8, 2005 at 5:28 am Did you get your key to work? Dell support was of no help whatsoever and I see from the comments here that some people have actually forwarded the correct info to Dell and they are still clueless. I only wish this stuff was more widely known... *Ahem*by Dell*Ahem* Windows 98 is such a common (and good actually, SE anyway) platform, I can't believe they don't put a little

Reply With Quote August 13th, 2004,08:33 PM #7 msing View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Aug 2004 Posts 1 OMG Thanks Wow, thanks a lot. After speaking with 4 people, all Dell suggested was that I pay them $49 for an expert to give me direction when I asked them to send me a link to