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Usb Flashkey rundisk windows 98 support

Hi,

I have a usb key 128 MB and am trying to get some support for it under windows 98. It says on it Highspeed USB 2.0 Rundisk 7. Have had no success - if anyone has managed to get this going would appreciate some help

Thanks!
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veryfew1
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nobusCommented:
Did you install the driver for it? if not, do so.
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wparrottCommented:
Try this link:

http://www.rundisk.co.kr/korean/download/download.php?downfile=98Driver-usb2.zip

It's a zip file containing the drivers for a RAmos Rundisk USB 128Mb Flash Drive. I think this is what you are looking for.


HTH...
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XSINUXCommented:
Since you need USB 2.00 Drivers for Windows 2000 here is the link.

http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&uid=psg1MIGR-46449&loc=en_US

From the Link Click on 64256mkey.exe and accept the Terms and conditions.

Also Available is the TXT Help File for Download. This Should and will work.


Good Luck

Cheers
Sinu
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XSINUXCommented:
Sorry abt the Previous Comment ... It was WIndows 98 and not Windows 2000. The Link is for Windows 98 Drivers Only.

Sorry
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wparrottCommented:
XSINUX,

Just curious but why are you recommending drivers for an IBM USB drive?  I did a search for Rundisk and was only able to come up with USB drives made by RAmos, a Korean company. Will the IBM drivers work?

Thx...
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nobusCommented:
He never mentioned the brand
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XSINUXCommented:
wparrott,

               Mate the IBM Drivers are compatible. More over are you sure the Driver that you suggested would support USB 2.00 ? I am just curious.

Thanks.
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wparrottCommented:
I just used the information provided by veryfew1 to locate the manufacturer. Granted, I could be wrong, but I was unable to locate another USB flash drive with Rundisk in the name. Good to know in the future that the IBM drivers are compatible. I've got a few flash drives and I've only had luck with the manu.'s drivers (esp. the 'generic' type flash drives). I'm always mis-placing the driver CD's...


Since I don't have the same flash drive, I can't verify that they are for USB 2.0. The website I found them on does mention that they are USB 2.0 drivers.

Thx
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XSINUXCommented:
Let the Asker ( veryfew1  ) check and see ...

:) Good Luck mate !

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