|Hello, I am a computer engineer from China.
My favourite game is Quake3 Arena.
Here comes the usb support for windows NT.
1. IBM PC or Compatible computer,
2. Intel Pentium CPU or higher.
3. Windows NT4+SP6.
4. a UHCI host controller( depending on the mainboard of your computer, all Intel's chipset and VIA's chipset use uhci host controller).
1. support uhci controller
2. support usb1.1 compliant hubs.
3. support usb1.1 compliant usb devices.
4. support usb2.0 devices in high speed that do not require isochronous transfer.
5. support usb2.0 complient high speed hubs.
Download and Try:
uhci driver( ver0.01 b0570, 03/11/04 )
uhci support( m570, 03/11/03 )
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07/19/03: drive-letter asignment is
now not hardcoded to z: for the first drive, and y: for the second.
usbstor will automatically find the available drive-letter for the
10/09/03: fix one bug in usbstor.sys, which may
cause some disks unaccessible
10/10/03: fix some bugs for
single-uhci driver( package.zip ). Please refer to readme.txt for
12/16/03: fix some bugs in both uhci
driver and flash driver. Please refer to readme.txt in uhci for
And I am glad to announce that a beta version of usb2.0 driver is going
to be released.
12/25/03: fix a race condition that
seldomly makes system unstable. Please refer to readme.txt for details.
12/25/03: finally i catch up the tail
of this year to release an ehci driver for usb2.0 devices. It is enough
for usb flash disk. But not ready for devices with ISO transfers,
since I have no such device to test. And happy new year to all the
people out there who sent me helpful messages to improve the driver's
performance and stability. Please read the readme.txt for more
02/08/04: fixed some bugs
and some trivial improvements in uhci driver and ehci driver. You can
get more info in readme.txt.
03/11/04: add uhci support to ehci
driver. Now it is not a problem to plug your usb1.1 device directly to
a usb2.0-capable machines, since the built-in uhci module will handle
the usb traffic properly. Also fixed some bugs in uhci and multi-uhci
driver, and some minor enhancements.
07/03/04: fix bugs in ehci module and more usb2.0 flash disks can be supported better and smoothly. Some minor enhancements. thanks to Andrea Rizzi from Italy, who provide vast helpful info for this release.
10/29/05: Very sorry that my
development evnironment doomed due to fatal disk failure. After some
hopeless rescue, i gave up, and finally decided to put the source on
the internet, so that anyone else interested will add more support to
devices and benefit more people. Good luck.
2. If your computer
happens to be an ohci computer,
you can use this driver via a PCI usb adapter. Of course VIA or Intel's
uhci chips are prefered.
you want to have the usb flash disk accessable, please download and
install usbstor flash disk driver as well as the uhci driver. Make sure
you have the administrator privilege.
4. If you want to
submit problems you encounter and make it more constructive, besides
describe the symptom in detail, please:
5. NEVER try to
stop the driver if you have usbstor.sys installed. It is extremely
6. To safely unplug
your device, right-click on the drive and select "eject", which will
umount the drive in a polite way. If an error dialog shows up, there
must be some references to the disk existing elsewhere and unplugging
7. I have not
the driver on multi-processor system. Possibly unstable.
8. You may need to
reboot the machine to have the new registry take effect. Thanks to Angel Herraez for this advise.
1. On some
platform, if DOS box
prompts error 31 when "net start uhci", there are two possible reasons:
2. Some users
report usb 2.0 flash
disk do not work properly. (not tested yet ).
1. Porting Linux-2.6 Mass Storage Support.
2. Adding OHCI