I feel like it wouldn't work because of differences in the codecs. USB Flash Drive driver for Windows 95 OSR/2.1 As some people may know I am a big fan of Windows 95 because it can be installed without any web browser. Those can have freezing issues even after the U3 stuff is removed. Now the funny thing is that USB mass storage devices like this use a somewhat standard communication protocol and work "out of the box" on most newer operating systems. http://consumer5online.com/driver-modem/driver-modem-ref-upgrade-win95.php
Your feedback helps improve this site. search Search the Wayback Machine Featured texts All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection Additional Collections eBooks & Texts Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal I've searched for the needed drivers, the closest thing that I could run across was the page you've already linked from the HP site. Looking for drivers Started by lti , Jun 05 2014 04:16 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 20 replies to this topic #1 lti you can try this out
For all I know this driver may cause damage to your machine, your USB memory device, or the files on your USB memory device. The Windows sound effects play properly, but the only program I found that could play audio properly was mplayer.exe (the old media player before Windows Media Player). How can we improve it? I have also tried an older version of VIA's audio driver.
I get a Code 2 error in Device Manager. "The NTKERN.VXD, MMDEVLDR.VXD device loader(s) for this device could not load the device driver. (Code 2)" Back to top #12 JohnC_21 Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Laptops Smartphones Graphics CPUs Storage Keyboard i need to connect to my bsnl wifi modem I have a neotel FP 2255 USB Modem Deskphone. It will have to do.
If you fail to find the driver on the base directory of the disk then you will have to try “Specify a Location” and then select browse, this allows you to I don't actually need the modem, and the unknown device doesn't seem to hurt anything. Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Laptops Smartphones Graphics CPUs Storage Keyboard I have installed all of the drivers available from VIA except for the infrared communication driver.
Unfortunately for me manufacturers no longer provide Windows 95 drivers for most newer devices, or if they do they install a mess of software that often requires IE. favorite share Flag this item for Graphic Violence Graphic Sexual Content Spam, Scam or Fraud Broken or Empty Data softwareTJ700 Cable Modem Drivers CD - Win95 (Eng) Language English TJ700 Cable If you previously attempted to install a driver on 95 intended for Windows 98 you may need to remove all INF files from that driver in "c:\windows\inf" before this one will I just plug in the Cruzer and a new removable drive letter appears in My Computer.
I noticed sometimes after installing/re-installing the driver the drive fails to mount or show up in "My Computer" even after rebooting. Check This Out http://speccy.piriform.com/results/GUHywCAGd5NEjBvRp8KWMoW (Updated 05/30/2017) Dell Dimension 2400 Rebuild, Done the Right Way!http://speccy.piriform.com/results/HeJBUMjlYTvLlUNejO0shlr(Updated 06/25/2017) Back to top #9 lti lti Topic Starter Members 580 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:03 AM Posted 07 The "Add New Hardware" wizard should appear and ask for a driver. If this happens, try going to the device manager, open the hard drives group, and find and remove the entry for your drive from there.
The registry key it lists for each device uses the device ID as its name. TP-Link, Reliably Smart Home Whole-Home Wi-Fi Deco M5 Routers HomeCare Routers Wi-Fi Routers Network Expansion Range Extenders Powerline Access Points Modems & Gateways Cable Modems Cable Gateways Smart Home Cameras Smart Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's Source Disclaimers: This driver is not supported by SanDisk or any other manufacturer.
Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! TechSpot is a registered trademark. Back to top #15 lti lti Topic Starter Members 580 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:03 AM Posted 07 June 2014 - 09:09 PM That was already mentioned in post 2. They can store as much as or more than a CD-ROM but they can be written to randomly.
Avoid the Sandisk models with the "U3" autorun stuff on it. Back to top #14 JSntgRvr JSntgRvr Master Surgeon General Malware Response Team 9,552 posts ONLINE Gender:Male Location:Puerto Rico Local time:11:03 AM Posted 07 June 2014 - 09:04 PM Try this Here's other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Zoltrix 56k(PcTel)HSP56PCI \HSP56P Modem (Windows 95/98) September 25, 2001 Windows 95/98 9,746 downloads 977 KB PCTEL HSP56 http://consumer5online.com/driver-modem/driver-modem-5600-bps-external-fax-voice-modem.php Regardless of what OS you are running, if your USB ports are all on the back of your computer I highly recommend buying a USB extension cable.
Supposedly there is a write limit of perhaps a hundred thousand writes but this still makes them way more reliable than floppy disks. I don't know if I should try that.