Window 98 Professional does recognize Panasonic RR-US395 since it was removed from the usb port accidentally before being removed properly. I can see that the recorder is connected but can't find the files...
Windows 98 Professional?
I don't think there is such a version. It's probably either Windows 98 or Windows XP Professional.
If a reboot does not help, the simplest thing to try is to reinstall the device driver registry entries for the USB port.
Assuming you have Windows XP, right-click "My Computer" and select "Manage". Under "System Tools", select "Device Manager". If Windows is detecting problems with any of the device drivers, the Device Manager entry will be flagged with a exclamation point caution sign. Otherwise, you can try removing all of the entries under "Universal Serial Bus controllers". To remove the entry, right-click it and select "Uninstall". Remember, this only removes the entry from the registry. Unless the drivers are corrupted or missing, you will likely not need the install disk to reinstall the entry. Once you are done, reboot and Windows will detect the USB controller(s) does not have an entry and will prompt you to reinstall it. Take the option to let Windows find the drivers for you. If this procedure does not work, try uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers for the device. If that does not work, you likely have a hardware problem - bad cable, bad connection, etc.
If you do indeed have Windows 98, it's been a while, but the above procedure should be similar.
Jun 12, 2009 |
Panasonic RR-US395 Digital Voice Recorder