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So I noticed that NUSB 3.6 does not like my 10-port USB hub.

But XP SP1 works just fine with it.

I used Walter Oney's WDMCHECK to see if there were any missing imports for XP SP1's usbehci.sys usbd.sys usbhub.sys usbccgp.sys usbport.sys

all seems OK according to WDMCHECK

So I thought I'd try making an NUSB 3.7 beta using these XP SP1 files.

I've made a 7Z archive but I'm unsure how to turn it into a self extracting cabinet EXE

@PROBLEMCHYLD

Do you still know how to turn a 7Z into a self extracting cabinet EXE so I can install this for testing?

link: https://ufile.io/b5c936nv

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11 hours ago, SweetLow said:

JFYI, there is version of USB drivers from post Windows XP SP1/2003 source base adapted for Win 9x...

Does this include 98FE? Most likely not 95. I imagine these are the ones included in USP3.66?

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5 hours ago, awkduck said:

Does this include 98FE?

Probably yes and there is user of 98FE who used this version AFAIK but I'm not 100% sure. I personally developed it on 98SE.

 

5 hours ago, awkduck said:

I imagine these are the ones included in USP3.66?

Never used this so IDK.

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On 1/18/2023 at 1:06 AM, MrMateczko said:

it's just a drop in replacement for existing USB 2.0 drivers

Yes.

On 1/18/2023 at 1:06 AM, MrMateczko said:

No INF files are present

My friend, any .inf you are using now for USB2.0 support based on my work too ;) 

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On 12/2/2022 at 2:53 PM, Damnation said:

I've made a 7Z archive but I'm unsure how to turn it into a self extracting cabinet EXE

How to make a self-extracting archive using NUSB36e as an example. (Reverse engineering NUSB.)

Path set to c:\1\iexpress_ie60sp1\

Run c:\1\iexpress_ie60sp1\iexpress.exe

Choose Open existing Self Extraction Directive file: -> nusb36e.SED

https://disk.yandex.ru/d/xW6zpVDB_YRueg

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9 hours ago, awkduck said:

They don't seem to work on my Win98FE.

As usual - take WDMCHECK and check imports of all .SYS to verify that drivers really don't work rather than don't LOAD.

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