Updating the old software is very expensive, so the decision was to stay with Windows 98 and try to source parts that can support this ageing operating system. On my computer the flashdrive is drive g. You can’t use the advice in this forum so you’ll likely have to take it in. I have gone to each of the manufacturer’s websites and downloaded the recommended Win98se drivers and installed them following their directions, and no change. You are posting a reply to: Welcome to Tech Support Guy! The rest are by people who can’t drive any better than a drunk.
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And the file explorer shows it as the drive F: I need a flash drive that is compatible with Windows 98 on an old computer to transfer files to a new computer. After you have installed these drivers, after you have plugged in or installed a USB device that hasn’t been plugged in or iumpdrive before, you are prompted to have Windows search for drivers – do that, it will find the drivers, and that same USB device is detected automatically when it’s plugged in or installed after that.
Driver for flash memory for W98SE.
Lexar Media JumpDrive Trio Free Driver Download for Windows 98SE () – JumpDrive_Trio_zip
With Win98 you had to install the USB driver for your drive before plugging jumpdrivee in, – if Lexar never bothered supplying a driver for it then you may not be able to get it to work in Win You should note, that these drivers are generic, and they may not work with some devices. They haven’t failed with anything I’ve plugged into a USB port yet.
I can also plug in Mobile Phones and Cameras, which are treated as external drives to transfer Photos, Data and Ringtones etc. Windows compatible Flash Drive.
Lexar Media JumpDrive Trio Free Driver Download
Before installing the drivers, it is important to know that there are 2 main versions of Windows 98, jumpsrive they both handle USB differently. I’m just trying to clean and speed it up for him so we can get more use out of it.
That’s not as reliable in the 2. I’d suggest starting at dir e: Search Advanced Search section: Nice… I can see the files as loaded under E: It’s a gray rectangle with a green arrow on it in XP,and ME, and in 98 and 98SE, only if you have third party flash drive etc.
If a camera or other device that uses memory cards isn’t recognized, these drivers will recognize most memory card reader devices if you plug the memory card from the device into a reader.
Just follow the instructions step by step. Open My Computer and your flash drive or device should be visible. Windows 98SE and previous Microsoft operating systems have NO built in support for recognizing flash drives; Windows ME was the first Microsoft operating system that did.
Lexar Jump Jump Drive 256 MB USB 2.0
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Advertisements or commercial links. I have also tried pointing the computer to check the folders where those drivers are located while it’s searching, and still nothing.
Will a 4gb flash drive even work in Win 98se? – Windows 95/98/ME
Let me know how it goes for you Hope this helps. In order to determine your Windows version, please do the following:.
I did this today and it worked. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Yours might be different. Shutdown and Restart 9.
windosw JohnWillMar 1, I need a widows 98 format disc or instructions on how to format my laptop so I can install xp. Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations.
You’ll need to figure out the drive letter for your flashdrive. I did not remove them. In order to determine your Windows version, please do the following: