On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 3:14 PM, kurt godel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Jim,
> I eventually got back to you, that I had *satisfactorily* done it, with 98
> in 'c', freedos in 'd'; the trick for me was
> to master 'devload' and shsucdx. The only bugaboo left is that DOSUSB still
> cannot coexist with cd rom when
> fdos is in 'd', yet they do work together if fdos is in 'c'; this I can't
> figure. In fact, I asked the designer of
> DOSUSB about this, and he could not figure it out, except to sat that dos
> assigns the drive letter to DOSUSB.
> it's not fatal, since I found a real stable usb flash driver (not duse,etc.)
> for the w98, I just like redundancy!

I thought you'd done it, but must have not deleted the earlier thread
about it. Since I'm catching up on about 2 months' worth of email, I'm
pretty much replying to anything that looks unresolved. :-)

Glad you got it working!


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