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USB in win95a????????

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by gaimer, Dec 19, 2001.

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  1. gaimer

    gaimer Thread Starter

    Aug 26, 2000
    Has anyone made a driver to run usb in 95a? If so please post a link where to download it. My boss is getting a digital camera for X-mas and I picked up a pci usb card for his p133 computer. Its an old Amptron with 32 megs of ram which is probably one of the best old boards I've seen. An upgrade to 95b or 98se aren't desirable options but may be a last resort. Would 98 slow things down on this old box? It seems like this box was made more for win95.
  2. Mosaic1


    Aug 17, 2001
    There is no USB support for Win95a. Sorry.
  3. Max19

    Max19 Account Disabled

    Jul 31, 2001
    Yes, the computer will run slower with Windows 98 installed. No, there's no USB support for Windows 95a. Depending on the camera, it may only be compatible with Windows 98 or later. It may be a nice old board, but it's too old to run new hardware. There are some great new boards on the market.
  4. john1


    Nov 25, 2000
    I believe you can get them for parallel port operation.
    They are usually a little dearer.
    Best of luck,
  5. jbcalg


    Oct 29, 2001
    sandisk makes a reader in parallel and usb

    i have the usb, the parallel is a little pricier and - obviously - doesn't work as fast but it works
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