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booglypoo View Public Profile Find all posts by booglypoo [Upload Driver/Firmware] Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email Save that downloaded .zipfile into a folder on your Windows 98SE computer or another already-functioning flash drive. Please try again later. Makes life much easier. (And reduces wear on your computer's USB plug) There is also a USB system with a generic USB mass storage driver for Windows NT 4 located here http://mdportal.net/windows-98/cruzer-win98-drivers.html
Importantly, you should restart Windows 98 so the new Cruzer drivers can properly load into your system. This is the first USB Flash Drive that I have ever seen that doesn't have a Win98se driver available! I want to get it working for Win 98SE. Plug in the Cruzer and let it install. http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/Cruzers-with-U3/windows-98-driver/td-p/195652
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The install will pop up almost immediately and tell you it is done installing. 8. You should even be able to use it even if it doesn't specifically recognize your device! Just Parking View Public Profile Find all posts by Just Parking #7 12-29-2006 booglypoo Junior Member Join Date: Dec 2006 Posts: 1 Re: DRIVER NEEDED: SanDisk Cruzer Micro Create a folder on the desktop called SanDisk. 2.
This is about as straightforward as I can explain it.1. The driver is not required for Windows ME, W2k or XP 1. I just deleted them all and it left me with a clean empty flash drive. Sandisk Cruzer Driver This can also be used under the "a" version of Windows 95.
I hope this helps, I was already looking up the prices of other USB drives and planning a trip to return the two I got on sale. Reply Reply With Quote November 18th, 2006,06:55 PM #4 kopfjaeger View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join Date Jul 2003 Posts 395 HTML Code: Right you are, Ken -- Vic Double click on Setup.exe. 7. Someone has created a generic driver that works with most usb storage devices, including the Cruzer Micro.
Open the "Cruzer_Family_98SE" folder. 6. It;l finish. Note that none of this will work on the original "A" version of Windows 95. I bought a U3 Cruzer Micro a while ago and haven't been able to use it on my old Windows 98 laptop, but now I can thanks to your helpful instructions.
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Let us know how it goes...... http://www.techimo.com/forum/pc-hardware/176694-sandisk-micro-cruzer-usb-not-recognized-win98.html Re-booted.Plugged in the Cruzer.Chose Display a list of all the drivers in a specific location, so you can select the driver you want.Chose Hard disk controllers.Chose SanDisk from the list of Windows 98 Compatible Usb Flash Drives Who knew that TRON was going to foresee the future of softeware so well? Usb Driver For Windows 98 On the right side for this entry there should be two SanDisk items listed. -Select "SanDisk Mini/Micro Cruzer Driver" and click Next.
One of my first machines was an 8086-based Tandy 1400LT. http://mdportal.net/windows-98/cruzer-driver-win98.html Plug the Cruzer Micro in. Booting up with the flash drive stick installed seems to make the drive visible but not accessable. Choose Sandisk under Manufacturers and the Model under Models. Sandisk Drivers
You will see some windows about it installing new hardware. Then DELETE everything off the stick except for the the empty placeholder directories.2. There are 2 "CAB" files in the package, but the MS Cab Extractor doesn't recognize them (big surprise). http://mdportal.net/windows-98/cruzer-win98-driver.html Say NO, It is not on the list if asked.
Discussion Thread Date SanDisk 256mb usb flash drive (Windows 98SE) Nov 27, 2005 Post New more... I thought I might be out of luck, they are these new "smart" drives - U3 or something. When Install Wizard asks you to find the driver, select manual display and select "Display a list of all the drivers..." Click Next.
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Upload Driver or firmware or documentation Membership Free Premium Plus Premium Pro Multiple User Licenses Site Beginner's Guide F.A.Q. The call of this question is: 'what are the steps needed to get this device operational with the operating system and hardware on hand.' SYSTEM: AMD 1200 MHz / 300MB SDRAM+/ additionally this is the point of a community, users answering users questions. ANY help would be greatly appreciated.
Support Information: Device Type: Removable drive Manufacturer: SanDisk Model: Cruzer Micro Flash Drive U3 Interface: USB Operating System: Windows 98 Age of Device: < 6 months old FCCID: [url="http://members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=srch&sm=b&aax=&qa6=1353&qa5=16&qa 7=1300&dp=0.5&qm0=Cruzer+Micro+Flash+Drive+U3&jmd= and&fzz=d"]Find I'm going to see if i have to repeat the entire process with another identical stick (I bought a 3-pack red white and blue) 2GBs each.-Mike Message 10 of 11 (30,282 http://www.epinions.com/SanDisk_1GB_...splay_~reviews I did download the "U3 Stripper" from the U3 Website and it does work ... http://mdportal.net/windows-98/cruzer-drivers-for-win98.html If yours works without a problem, I am very happy for you.