Dell Usb Memory Key Drivers For Windows 98
I have Windows 98 on my desktop and a Dell Inspiron Laptop with a 64MB Memory Key. Like the rest, I'm trying to transfer files from an old HP with Windows 98 to my new Dell. Thank you so much for the help. Thanx a lot Reply Dave says: June 21, 2005 at 2:57 pm Thanks for the post for diskonkey. http://softwarestats.net/dell-usb/dell-usb-memory-key-windows-98-drivers.html
Reply Jacques says: April 17, 2005 at 4:22 pm I also want to join my voice to the others and to simply say thank you for having posted that information and I don't know why…… Cool site. However, when I tried to make it work on my Win98 machine, I run into trouble. Reply adriana macias says: November 18, 2005 at 4:22 pm tanks Reply andres says: November 19, 2005 at 11:36 pm Can you make me a favor, could you please give me http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/13331454
It works with Win 98!!!!!! As before, take care to note the location of these files as you will need it in a moment. - Review the Eula.txt document as your use of this driver implies Cheers! saved me a heap of time, thanks very much.
Has anyone found anything that works for the SMART SM9FLAMK? USB memory key under Windows 98 SE, as the default SMART driver does not work on the Dell SM9FLAMK Memory Key without modification. Then I would camp on Dell's Tech until they came up with a workable solution. The Lexar site is: http://www.digitalfilm.com/drivers/index.html- and I picked Win98 SE, USB JumpDrive 1.0.
Reply Neville says: October 31, 2006 at 10:33 am You are genius man! One even said that these keys should be used only from between XP or ME systems and are noncompatible with 98 systems!!! Open My Computer and your flash drive or device should be visible.The 16GB flash drive above wasn't a Kingston but still required the general USB mass storage driver to be installed You might also like: 5 Freeware To Fix Problem Ejecting USB Mass Storage Device Error Disable Removable Storage Devices such as USB Drives Windows Requires Administrator Rights to Install USB Flash
Diego says: June 16, 2006 Thank you very much. The Dell support staff sent me the url for the Lexmark drivers. I used search, found the file and dumped it in the recycle bin. 7. Can anyone help me?
Well I installed them and sure enough, the key still didn't work. Reply Tim Paice says: September 26, 2005 at 2:25 am Hi there, I want to say a BIG thanks to Mike Lively for posting the link and help. The Lexar site is: http://www.digitalfilm.com/drivers/index.html - and I picked Win98 SE, USB JumpDrive 1.0. At first when I edited the file and tried to save it, it told me it was a Read Only file and so I saved it as a separate file.
I went out to Best Buy and got a PNY "Attache" USB flash drive for $29.99 (128MB) and after downloading the driver for Win98SE, it worked immediately and was great. this content This was the answer to my prayer. Posted by scwelch on 25 Mar 2004 19:17 thanks ruff_rider. Reply Will Mattison 3 years ago I have a newer computer but I had 2 older computers tht wouldn't work so I took the Windows 98 hard drive out of one
Any suggestions? Bill L Reply Ed says: January 10, 2005 at 11:34 pm I'm so glad I found your web site. Anything you still can't cope with is therefore your own problem. weblink It may have been moved, or removed altogether.
This worked out a lot cheaper! can you help me? I have been having the same difficulities as others with the SMART SM9FLAMK on WIN 98.
As before, take care to note the location of these files as you will need it in a moment. 2.
I bought a Dell USB 128MB memory key recently. It fit my situation to a 'T', I just bought the 64M flash memory key and could not get it to work on Win98. Well, I have Windows 98, not 98SE. I do have to question why in the world Dell would decide to utilize a manufacturer that does not provide win98 support however.
If you use the remove software wizard to remove SafeEject I surmise again that any related files it wrote like dokusb.inf are removed also. I figured I couldn't call Dell since it wasn't a Dell device. Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. check over here I too am trying to get all the files off my old PC.
Lovely. After stumbling around in the Add New Hardware Wizard a while I hit the right combination and the Wizard found a file called Windowsinfdokusb.inf and went ahead and installed it. 6. Any ideas or pointers would be greatly received. You would think that if someone like me can find the answer browsing the web, then a gazillion-dollar coproration would be able to find the answer as well.
Under the System heading, look for the version number (see right) Version 4.10.1998 is the original version of Windows 98 (98FE) Version 4.10.2222 is Windows 98 Second Edition (98SE) Click the The new location of the driver is http://www.diskonkey.com/site/content.asp?pageId=54 Reply Ed Smith says: June 24, 2005 at 3:03 am I too was having difficulty with the dell key and bought a PNY But the USB installed still isn't recognised. Thanks again.
Could you please email me and let me know..lol [email protected] Thanks! Will Dell take it take it back and issue a refund if nothing works? Glad it's all working for you. Finally, save the file. 7.Next, go to control panel and click on add new hardware.
I've even tried the file from Smart Modular Technologies but that does not work either. thanks again. i have the same problem to where asi cant use the Dell Memory Key on my old windows 98 computer, when i try to install the driver from the diskonkey.com website