I just pop the chip and plug it into a card reader and it works! If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. On my computer the flashdrive is drive g. The information on Computing. If you can’t get a device that should be detected recognized, or if you can’t access a USB device’s data that you know had data on it previously that could be seen in 98SE, then usually the problem can be fixed. I think my problem had to do with the usb I was using. It looks like they only have flash drives for MB, but it’s certainly a start.

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Fortunately, there are some generic Windows 98 USB mass storage device drivers available that work with most such devices. If you are using Windows 98, and you do not know the manufacturer of the storage device, or you can’t find jumpdriv drivers, what can you do?

This means that these drivers will work with many makes and models of the following: Right click on My Computer and select Properties On the System Properties page that opens up click on the General tab, if it is not already on jumprive page.

Much appreciate your help. In Vista, and probably Windows 7, it’s a medium green small circle with a white checkmark on it. It looks like they only have flash drives for MB, but it’s certainly a start.


lexar jump drive not recognized by win98

jum;drive Plug it in and the F: Net is the opinions of its users. It tries to boot up ok but runs into a stop that displays tht it has found the USB port and needs a driver for it.

Back to Storage forum 24 total posts. Windows 98 Flash Drive.

Let me know how it goes for you Hope this helps. I did not remove them. Jumpdeive was in a bind regarding file transfer from 98 to xp until I was able to download and install recommended driver. Windows 98SE and previous Jukpdrive operating systems have NO built in support for recognizing flash drives; Windows ME was the first Microsoft operating system that did.

These allow many USB devices that have no drivers for 98 and 98SE to work in those operating systems.

How To Install USB Mass Storage Device on Windows 98

Whether it is 98 or 98 Second Edition is shown on the right on the first page you see. Thank you very much for this info. Before installing the drivers, it is important to know that there are 2 main versions of Windows 98, and they both handle USB differently. I had drives A: Yours might be different. I think my problem had to do with the usb I was using.

You must install the appropriate version of the drivers dependent upon your version of Windows Shutdown and Restart 9. A direct download to my 98 os computer was needed to allow flash memory to d-load my files and the transfer to the new computer was smooth. Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: It does though work well for the purpose it was intended for, it did for me and has for many other people.


Is there a company that will let me download a jumpdrige for my Jumprrive for a flash memory if I purchase theirs?

lexar jump drive not recognized by win98

Windows will detect your USB Ports and install appropriate drivers for them. I tested it on 2-GB flash drive.

Thousands of users waiting to help! Wow man thanks so much for this I had already been to sandisc and didnt find one ,I read your blog and jumpdrivve back and found the one you suggested the oem 98 and it worked ,it took me awhile for my win98 to find it ,or jumodrive to find it rather,lol but got it plus songs of the old jewel to put on my new computer after 2 years of not being able to find away,,dude you dont know how much I appreciate your blog thanks.

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I’d suggest starting at dir e: My computer shows a new lettered drive: You should note, that these drivers are generic, and they wih not work with some devices.