However, it was an issue in Windows 98 and MS-DOS as these did not come with native USB drivers. This article details how I got my Windows.
USBASPI is a MS-DOS driver makes it possible to access your USB device under MS-DOS. Supports USB (OHCI/UHCI) and High Speed USB (EHCI) external.
HAVING AN EXTERNAL USB cd-writer or hard disk works wonders as long as your operating system is in good shape. But if someday the.
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.