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Device Driver I want to design a USB Device Driver for DOS using Turbo C.

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I'am using an amd sempron processor and my turbo c++ program is not being supported can you please help me?it create an error as input not being supported.


may be you are not proper install c++ software
after unzipping files you go to bin folder and send exe to desktop who is near ms dos exe .turbo c++ compiler support all mother boards .because turbo c++ has dos e environment and bios has also dos sported.

Aug 18, 2011 | ASUS M2N-MX Motherboard

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I am running windows7 and it dos not recenize my eclipse 180bl mp3 player


you might need to install drivers for this device
click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll through all of your devices if you see a yellow question or exclamation mark ? ! or a red X you will need to update the drivers for this device right click select update driver/reinstall driver
if you can see your usb device but its not working scroll to Ports(Com&Ltd) right click to update driver if you computer came with a motherboard disk the drivers could be on it
hope this helps

Jul 28, 2011 | Motherboards

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How to update asusp5gc-mx bios by usb


Well if you have two optical drives, it's easy. You can simply download the FreeDOS LiveCD (base image) from http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-...0/fdbasecd.iso and burn that to a CD. You can then burn the BIOS flashing utility and the BIOS image from your motherboard website to another disc, boot up your box, change to the second drive, and run the utility

But what if you don't have two optical drives? Or what if you don't have ANY optical drives? I found myself in this situation recently. I was working on an appliance that had only a compact flash (CF) boot slot, and a few USB ports. It lacked not only an optical drive but also a hard drive, and I needed to flash the BIOS to current.

I did the usual Googling and found lots of outdated articles, none of which adequately explained how to make a USB key boot DOS, although I did piece together enough clues to figure it out with some experimentation.

You'll need a few things to make a DOS bootable USB thumbdrive with these instructions:

The HP Flash Drive Format Utility (via the PC World Website):
http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...scription.html

The FreeDOS 1.0 base image ISO:
http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-...0/fdbasecd.iso

The WinImage Utility:
http://america.winimage.com/download/winima80.exe


Steps to make your fancy, schmancy DOS booting USB drive:

1.Download and install the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool and WinImage

2.Make a directory on your desktop called “DOSBootDisk”

3.Start WinImage and open the fdbasecd.iso file, you will see a directory structure
a.Select Image > Extract and browse to your DOSBootDisk directory
b.Check the “Extract all files into the same folder” and click “OK”
c.When it prompts you if you want to overwrite duplicates, say Yes
d.You can now exit WinImage, you won't need it again

4.Connect your USB flash drive to your machine and backup any files you want to keep (as it will be completely erased in this process)

5.Start the HP Flash Format utility
a.In the first dropdown box, select your flash drive (mine displays as a Corsair 2GB flash drive). Be careful that you have the correct drive as this process will erase your device.
b.Set the File System to FAT
c.If you want, give your system a volume label, for example “BOOTDISK”
d.Check the “Create a DOS startup disk” box
e.Select “Using DOS system files located at:” and browse to your desktop and select your DOSBootDisk you created in step 2.
f.Click Start and say Yes when it warns you about formatting your device
g.Watch the pretty status bar progress
h.Click “Close” when it is done

6.Now open your formatted USB key in Windows Explorer and copy your BIOS flash utility and your BIOS image to your key so they are available once you reboot. Feel free to throw in any other DOS utilities you want... I can't think of any but since you're here you obviously know something about DOS...

7.Shut down Windows XP, reboot your machine, ensure your BIOS is set to support booting from a USB device (this varies by BIOS, ensure both the option is enabled and your USB device is in your boot order about your hard drive and optical drive). Save your changes and exit.

8.You should see your machine boot FreeDOS 1.0 from your USB key.

9.Run the BIOS upgrade utilities you copied to the disk earlier.

Dec 16, 2009 | ASUS P5GC-MX/1333 Motherboard

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Bios replacing


You will need to download the BIOS installation software for DOS if they have one from the motherboard manufacturer and the BIOS file. You will then need to make a bootable dos cd-r disc using windows. Once you have done this you can use the disc to start your computer in DOS mode. Then burn the BIOS DOS SOFTWARE and the BIOS FILE on a cd-r. Then you will be able to run the BIOS software from dos and install the bios file. You could also install windows on a USB hard drive then try to boot from it if your computer can boot from USB and the USB boot device option is still working.

Nov 26, 2009 | ASUS A8V-E SE Motherboard

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Wondering where and what to type in autoexebat


Those are old DOS commands, and depending on the OS version, is located in c:\windows\dos.
mscdex.exe is the driver that should be listed in config.sys.
like, DEVICE=C\windows\dos\mscdex.exe
When running Windows, the driver is re-loaded under it's own section, so the CD drive may be bad or the interface on the motherboard - if it shares the cable to the hard drive, then the interface is OK.

Sep 22, 2009 | Soyo SY-5SSM Motherboard

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No sound after re install win 98


Get the drivers disk ready for you win98 hardware (or download from website)

I bet you have to uninstall the sound card from device manager first and the restart the computer. Then try to install the sound driver again. If that does not work you may have to force install the driver from the add new hardware wizard in control panel.

that should get the sound card installed.

Jul 07, 2009 | Chaintech Slot 1 CT-6BTM Motherboard

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USB Connections


when you put a device on the usb slot the system will detect and check what is the device then after it identifies the device it will load the necessary drivers for it. it is possible that the system is loading a corrupt driver to drive the usb device resulting to a system halt. it could be a driver related in storage devices such as thumb drives that is causing the problem.

try to update the usb drivers using the update driver option on your device manager on usb controller.

Sep 14, 2008 | ASUS P4PE Motherboard

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Turbo c/c++ not working in full screen mode


uninstall u r graphics driver and then reinstall a updated version of u r graphics driver.

Sep 03, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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USB device problem


Fiend your solution direct from mercury. Here is your solution.....
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http://www.mercury.com/motherboard/prob676ijt65/solution

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Mar 20, 2008 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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