LoneCrusader Posted September 26, 2014 Author Share Posted September 26, 2014 (edited) OK, Why If i Connect any USB Flash Drive = Unknown Device and Then i get stable BSOD?! I Try Install HID Drivers from Windows 98 Distribution Setup = Driver has been installed, but not work properly (with USBSUPP or this XUSBSUPP) On Windows 98: USB Mice works fine, but Flash Drives not working On Windows ME: USB Mice and USB Flash Drives working fine. Conclusion: Windows 95 - not work properly with USB always What does the BSOD say specifically? USB Keyboards, Mice, Joysticks, and no doubt many other devices are not supported under 95, PERIOD. Just because it works under 98 or ME does not mean it will work under 95. In fact you can safely assume that NO WDM driver designed for Windows 98 or later will work under 95. This includes the HID driver stack. If you really want something to test and occupy your time, download the Windows NT4 DDK and extract the contents of the \win9x\usb\ddk\hid\bin folder. This HID driver stack was designed for Windows 95. That should keep you busy for a while. If you can get it to work, please let us know. Edited September 26, 2014 by LoneCrusader Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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