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    Hi,

    Im perfecting my home player which is running MPXPLAY, and was just wondering,

    Does anyone know if those little USB pen/keyring drives are usable in DOS?

    most of the resources ive seen on the net say Win98 or later only, I was wondering if theres some kind of workaround at all.

    I found this link which is for using Panasonic USB CD drives in DOS, although the docs are partially in Japanese,

    I tried it with my sensible computer AMD Duron 1000 with my Samsung digital camera as it acts as a kind of generic storage device. It just freezes.

    Maybe someone here with better knowledge of DOS (and Japanese?) could hack or modify this driver?

    http://www.freedos.org/freedos/news/newsitem/149.html


    If it were possible, using those solid-state USB sticks in DOS, would be enormously useful, especially to embedded computer markets.


    Hope Im not mentioning something discussed loads of times before, I did a search but found nothing obvious. Ive only been an occasional member of this site.
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