Jun. 24, 2007

DOS USB Drivers

There are several ways folks are getting their USB CDroms, Hard Drives, and other drives to work in DOS. One is using what's known as DUSE driver system. The second method is using what looks somewhat like standard CDrom driver files and a USB driver. Both methods appear to require loading an usbaspiX.sys file first in config.sys in most cases. The third method is a bootdisk from a USB vendor. Method 4 is getting good reviews also.

METHOD 1 - The DUSE System

Example 1 Using DUSE


Note: You can find a usbspi.sys on the internet or use on of the five different versions I've found in the Download Files section at the bottom of the page
@echo off
duseldr a:\duse.exe

Example 2 Using DUSE



METHOD 2 - The usbaspi.sys/usbcd.sys System - Example 1


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CD Copying said...

Hi all,

DOS-USB provides a software layer with an URB programming interface for USB device drivers and application programs. USB cd-writer or hard disk works wonders as long as your operating system is in good shape. But if someday the system stops booting, you are lost. Thanks......

moobot said...

this is really useful, I didn't think you could use promotional usb sticks with DOS.