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Subject: Re: Connection with Win 98
From: BlueChip (cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net)
Date: 2004-10-19


Couple of tips:

First off, there is an UNOFFICIAL Service Pack for 98SE ...currently SP1.6.2
here: http://exuberant.ms11.net/98sesp.html

Secondly:
It is quite a classic fix for many 95..98SE driver problems.
It takes a while but often fixes a lot of troubles.
Boot in SAFE MODE; remove ALL device from Device Mangler (removing the
mouse last!); reboot and wait while windows sorts itself out.

Im intrigued by this USB2IDE util ...The standard JB drivers will give you
a letter. If you then wish to change this letter (permanently) you:
plug in jb; device mangler; drives->jb->properties; tick/check
"removeable"; select your drive letter at the bottom ...this will take
effect as of the next boot of your pc.

Hope there's something helpful there,

BC

At 18:04 19/10/2004, you wrote:
> > I have an Archos Recorder 20. I have used it several
> > times with computers and various operating systems. It
> > has always worked fine.
> > I am now approached with a new (to me) computer that
> > uses Windows 98. I can't get the drivers to install
> > properly and it displays an exclamation mark in the
> > System Control panel and recommends updating my
> > drivers.
> > I have tried various combinations of the drivers
> > provided on your website with no luck. The HD does not
> > show up.
> > Can anyone please tell me the precise procedure for
> > installation? Or give me some ideas?
>
>I am using Win98 (not SE) too and it is working here (although
>only in slow USB 1.1 mode).
>
>I bought an USB card for my older PC with drivers for Win98
>but as you I also have errors in device manager. I have two entries:
>
>"NEC PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller" and
>"NEC PCI/USB Open Host Controller"
>
>but only the last is working.
>Anybody knows how to get the first one working too? ;-)
>
>If you want to get an automatic drive letter assignment when
>attaching your Archos to the USB port you need an USBtoIDE
>driver. It's only 64 kB, if you send me your email address
>(to juergen.hestermann_at_gmx.de) I can send it to you.
>
>Jürgen Hestermann.
>
>
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