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akiralin

Unofficial Usb3.0 flash disk driver for windows 98SE

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Hello, all.

Unofficial Usb3.0 flash disk driver for windows 98SE (soon)

test ADATA S102 Usb3.0 8GB on my GA8I848-EL with Intel 82801DB(ICH4) USB2.0 Enhanced Host Controller -24CD

use usb3.0 flash disk on old computer with Intel 82801DB(ICH4) USB2.0 Enhanced Host Controller -24CD ,

just only install this driver

read speed : 20-25 MB or above

write speed : 10-13 MB or above

add ADATA usb3.0 driver

add Kingston usb3.0 driver

add some usb3.0 flash disk driver

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Something is really wrong here, let's see:

If you have NUSB insatalled, you don't need any other drivers for using a USB 3.0 pendrive in a USB 2.0 port/controller. The drivers are for the controller and ports, not for the device itself.

The numbers for the A-DATA are good, but not particularly impressive (and confirm it's working in USB 2.0 compatibility mode).

read speed : 20-25 MB[color="#FF0000"]/s[/color] or above
write speed : 10-13 MB[color="#FF0000"]/s[/color] or above

Now, a really fast USB 2.0 pendrive, like an OCZ ATV Turbo 8GB (SLC, out of production for at least one year already) can beat that easily:

Sequential Read * :   32.6 MB/s
Sequential Write * : 26.5 MB/s
*Test Size : 100 MB

These numbers are from one test I ran in 2009, when no USB 3.0 pendrive even existed, and using NUSB as the USB 2.0 stack.

You'd need a USB 3.0 add-on controller and port, and with that you might reach 133 MB/s for both sequential read and write (if card is PCI) or more (if card is PCI-e). Of course that requires a real good USB 3.0 pendrive, like the RunCore Pro IV (aka Moon Drive, SLC) or the Patriot Supersonic Magnum. Either, if plugged to a USB 2.0 port/controller should reach 35-38 MB/s for both sequential read and write, BTW.

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