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'RE[EE:] DOS USB drivers'
2004\08\27@090913 by Lawrence Lile

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> Several ways of accessing USB devices from DOS.

Isn't that sorta like an option for an extra hard drive on a hand cranked ice cream machine? ;-)

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2004\08\27@094743 by Russell McMahon

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>> Several ways of accessing USB devices from DOS.

> Isn't that sorta like an option for an extra hard
> drive on a hand cranked ice cream machine? ;-)

More like an option for a personal coracle on the Titanic. May have its
limitations but is vastly superior to the alternative when certain problems
arise.

If you read the comments towards the end you'll see that it allows people to
do all sorts of interesting things when Windows gives up in disgust or when
you don't want to use Windows at all.


       RM.

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2004\08\28@051239 by Peter L. Peres

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>> Several ways of accessing USB devices from DOS.

>Isn't that sorta like an option for an extra hard drive on a hand =
>cranked ice cream machine? ;-)

Quite so, but it would make no ice without it ;-( F.ex. if you have to use
a USB disk on key to get at setup data.

Peter
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