All my existing USB devices work fine at the moment. Help Please! Unofficial updates will be required to use USB2 devices and USB flash drives.Are you sure you're ready to undertake this? :) lolYou may find relevant information with these links:http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/975...http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/107...http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php...http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php... Attempted to re-serive pack (SP2) but that didnt make any difference - typically I was trying to get the external drive working so I could back everything up before I tried click site
sorry! The devices all work correctly on my other (laptop) PC. If it was then surely Everyone would have it. It will run better.As a quick fix, you might try going to settings>control panel>system>device manager and removing the cd-rom and the cd-rw. http://ask-leo.com/why_wont_win98_recognize_my_new_hardware.html
Will update thread with any progress Feb 20, 2007 #22 groomo TS Rookie hi me again It turned out that ther was no ps2 ports on this computer which made Ask ! 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. I boot the computer, goto bios, then try to autodetect the hard drive.
I know, it's old but it's good for the wife and kids to bash around on. DVD / CD-RW drive does not recognize any disc inserted,no spinning sound. Would appreciate it. Windows 98 Driver Pack I ran Driver Detective (drivershq) and under "Unplugged Devices" it lists the memory key, digital camera and mobile phone but marks them with "No driver found for your device".
From a 5.8-inch OLED display, reports of wireless charging and even a 3D scanner for facial recognition, it's all here. Windows 98 Sound Card Drivers Strange huh? I have a cheap webcam that used to work on the desktop but I unplugged it to use with my laptop. I went ahead and exchanged one of the D-Links with a Linksys and still have the same problem.
Glad to see I am not alone but would rather everything worked! Unknown Device Identifier When I go into the CMOS setting and auto-detect the devices, the hard drive and both CD drives are auto-detected so I doubt it is an IDE connection problem. If those cards come with driver software, I'd install it even if Windows didn't recognize the cards. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Win. 98 won't detect IDE CD-ROM by JMarchi / December 26, 2003 12:08 AM PST In reply to: Win. 98 won't detect IDE
No, create an account now. http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-18681.html Click to expand... Windows 98 Not Recognizing Cd Drive Always check this as it is common. Windows 95 Driver Pack I have two physical hard drives, so the CD-ROM was previously installed on path E:/ .I have exactly the same problem on another similar computer, running the same version of Windows
I'm sure this will be the opinion of several other posters here, I've debated it with them before :)If you still choose to try with 98, the links I gave you get redirected here I have not (yet) signed up to download the newest driver as I'm not convinced this is a problem - several other drivers are listed as out of date without giving Don’t worry about components that always use a standard Windows 98 driver, such your system board, hard drive, or CD-ROM drive.When you have all of the necessary drivers, go back to This computer doesn't actually have the IrDA hardware, so it isn't needed and won't install (I tried installing it and the installer said the hardware wasn't present - that's actually obvious Windows 98 Drivers Download
Feb 9, 2007 #16 RedSwirl TS Rookie Topic Starter Oh, I got everything to work now. The Wizard wouldn't let me search that folder at all. Terry T December 5, 2004 8:33 PM Always check Device Manager.
My motherboard (ASUSTeK Computer INC. Nothing to it! email me, email removedClick to expand... Also, Windows 98 installed a generic CardBus driver, but I don't know if an official driver for the OZ6912T CardBus controller will work any better.
The drivers for CD drives are all built into Windows, nothing special is needed. However, keep in mind that there are a couple of things you should do before attempting a reinstallation. When the machine boots to the command prompt, enter the following commands:FDISK /MBRSYS C:These two commands are designed to make the machine bootable, without overwriting anything important. http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-98/windows-98-max-hard-drive-size.html It also can't find the port to the run the modem, or the modem itself.
HP was no help at all, in fact the guy tried to blame everything on the devices, didn't matter they worked fine else where. If Windows won’t boot into Safe Mode, you’ll usually have to reinstall Windows to fix the problem.Windows Protection ErrorsA Windows Protection Error is an error that occurs during boot up. Any ideas? I bought 4 D-Link DWL-G510 PCI Cards which on the box says should work.
Login now. Any help is appreciated. But I still like to blame Windows 98.