2013/4/22 Felix Miata <mrma...@earthlink.net>
> On 2013-04-22 02:07 (GMT+0200) Aleve Sicofante composed:
> > ...2.5" drive enclosure from Zalman, the VE-300...
> Is there any USB3 support in FreeDOS???
> All my external backup cases except my oldest one include eSATA support.
> eSATA is mostly all I ever use for external HDs. They're DOS bootable exactly
> as if an internal HD as long as the BIOS can enable them to be seen as a
> first HD at POST time, and their partitioning is BIOS compatible.

I don't have USB 3.0 ports right here, but I'll try soon. There
shouldn't be any problems, though. USB 3.0 is compatible with USB 2.0
and as long as the BIOS sees the disk, I don't think FreeDOS won't see
the disk. I'll let you know when I try, probably this afternoon.

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