PSP owner, needs usb drivers for win98 ASAP!

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  1. Sean Moon

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    I am poor and have an old computer with Windows 98. I am trying to connect my psp to the computer through usb but am unable to have it detect. Reading things it says I need a file called usbstor.sys to work. I have downloaded this file, but dont know where to put it or anything. HELP! ASAP!
     
  2. Gerald LaFrance

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    Hi, Are you having trouble getting the USB working or the PSP to work(what is a PSP)??

    If you are trying to get the USB working you need Win 98 SE!!
     
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    Portable PlayStation. Anyway, Gerald is right, you'll need 98SE to use USB.
     
  4. JoshuaML

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    98SE? Funny, it worked fine for me in win98 using my usb key drives and my scanner. One of the flagship features for 98 was its support for usb (which was first available in win95 OSR2) He should just need a driver for it
     
  5. Chris

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    Look for the Unofficial SP1 for 98SE (type it into google) download.. install.
     
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    Also probably on the Win98 disc in a USB folder. Probably even an EXE file to install.

    Brent
     

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