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I see several success stories with generic drivers.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - help me i got blue screen by blueglitter / November 16, 2011 7:47 AM PST Put the U3 Cruser Z6 model in your XP machine and disable the U3 stuff. I am glad that you got it working on 98se however sandisk is not going to support this as the device is not supported on that OS.2. I was in a bind regarding file transfer from 98 to xp until I was able to download and install recommended driver. have a peek here

Any help is appreciated. PC Mechanic - Fix your PC's Windows registry errors. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 16, 2011 8:29 AM PST In reply to: Today, so far USB drives are supported in 98SE Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Storage I want to get it working for Win 98SE. http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/Cruzers-with-U3/windows-98-driver/td-p/195652

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Much appreciate your help. Here is the post that I found the driver in: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=43605 and if that is down for some reason, the link to the driver is http://rapidshare.de/files/1217842/nusb22e.exe.html I had already removed the This link finally got the old 98 machine to see the SANDISK Micro I bought to move the files. Shutdown and Restart9.

If you have many small files to copy to the device, consider zipping them first. Now to get it running on W98! Related Links SanDisk Cruzer Micro driverSigmatel AC97 audio driver 5.1 for the Sigmatel STAC 9750 audio chipSigmatel STAC 9200 series audio driver 5.1Sigmatel STAC 9200 series audio driver 6.1 for Windows Sandisk Cruzer Driver You will NOT be charged twice.

I followed the instructions, but I can't figure out how to access it. Suggestions:Make sure all words are spelled correctlyUse different words that mean the same thing Results 1 - 1 of 1 for win98 Recommended Links SanDisk USB flash drives and Windows 98SE I also have an old Windows 98 w/s where I am trying to move files to my new XP. http://forums.driverguide.com/showthread.php?t=22620 More Information Easy to use.

On my computer the flashdrive is drive g.If you do not have or cannot find csmapper.sys and carddrv.exe, I would happy to email them to you as a rar archive. You probably have the SDCZ6 unit WITH U3 ... I want to get it working for Win 98SE. Message 1 of 11 (30,393 Views) 0 Kudos 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 Posts: 0 Re: windows 98 driver Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe

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If your USB flash drive or mass storage device is not specifically recognized by this driver, Windows will prompt you to install a new driver. http://www.techimo.com/forum/pc-hardware/176694-sandisk-micro-cruzer-usb-not-recognized-win98.html If yours works without a problem, I am very happy for you. Windows 98 Compatible Usb Flash Drives Proffitt Forum moderator / April 17, 2008 10:31 PM PDT In reply to: USB FLASH DRIVE FOR WINDOWS 98/DRIVER/ Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - OLD COMPUTER HAS NO Usb Driver For Windows 98 Despite numerous service pack and security patch upgrades, IE has been warned against as being vulnerable to an unending stream of viruses and exploits.

by R. navigate here Then insert the Cruzer Micro with U3 into an XP computer for which you have Administrative Rights, and after doing so you will see TWO different-lettered drives (such as both E: Eventually, this profits-driven model of 'upgrades' will have two effects: - for those with neither the time nor inclination to shop anywhere other than big box vendors, they will be forever Thanks for the link fader089! Sandisk Drivers

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 Just follow the instructions step by step.1. On the next screen find the Sandisk entry under left-hand lists of manufacturers and click on Sandisk. Check This Out Try attaching it to a computer using XP, ensure that it appears in "My Computer" then right-click it and go to "Properties".

Note that none of this will work on the original "A" version of Windows 95. Do that by shutdown/restart and pressing DEL before anything can start loading.2. While MS has been the target of anti-monopolistic / anti-trust litigation both in the US and abroad, try running an increasing range of hardware and programs WITHOUT Internet Exploder.

WHAT HAS BEEN DONE THUS FAR -- installed drivers, rebooted, connected device, attempted location of installed drivers, uninstalled drivers, took off device, reboot, -- applied, rinsed, repeated several times (yelling at

Need to go back to step for downloading correct driver Expert: Sandy replied6 years ago. The U3 crap can be stripped from the drive with a program that can be downloaded from the U3 Website, but you have to run it with your drive installed and my comp is old, from 2001 so probably usb 1.1? Any help is appreciated.

There are 2 "CAB" files in the package, but the MS Cab Extractor doesn't recognize them (big surprise). This is obviously a little bit of a hack. Good luck! this contact form Explicitly IGot rid of all the mucking around I had done by removing the Cruzer from the computer; deleting any leftover references under My Computer/Properties/Devices; Uninstalling the software under Add/Remove Software.

In a perfect world, the current OS would be backwards compatible with all hardware. With absolutely no coding knowledge, anyone can create a stunning website using Jimdo's drag-and-drop interface. I had to modify the Plug-And-Play ID numbers to match the one being sent by the Cruzer before Windows would accept the driver. So the XP-only requirement for the new SanDisk is not surprising.

I just plug in the Cruzer and a new removable drive letter appears in My Computer. You should even be able to use it even if it doesn't specifically recognize your device! The one I'm thinking of is called NTFS. 98 can only understand the FAT type of file system, whereas later versions of M$ Operating Systems (i.e. Reply Reply With Quote November 19th, 2006,02:19 AM #6 fader089 View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Nov 2006 Posts 1 I just bought a 1GB Cruzer Micro

Once these have finished your Cruzer Micro is ready to use. Double click on Setup.exe. 7. When I went to My Computer, I could see the drive, browse, and transfer files. Click on the driver link here (.zip file). 3.

Every other flash drive I have is smart enough to do that.This is a SanDisk forum, isn't it. It was green, flashy and attached to a Network Interface Card...Whenever someone says "You can't miss it", I invariably do... They can store as much as or more than a CD-ROM but they can be written to randomly. XP) can read either FAT or NTFS.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) So why not put the driver on a CD? select remove it. 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 Avoid the Sandisk models with the "U3" autorun stuff on it.

No glitches or crashes or freezing of screens. I also added PNP ids for many devices. On the right side for this entry there should be two SanDisk items listed. -Select "SanDisk Mini/Micro Cruzer Driver" and click Next.