Microtech USB-SCSI-HD50 Free Driver Download

Microtech USB-SCSI-HD50 Free Driver Download for Windows 98SE, 98
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Supported Models

USB-SCSI-HD50 Driver
eUSB Mass Storage Class Adapter Driver
eUSB SCSI Adapter DB25 Driver
eUSB SCSI Adapter HD50 Driver

Manufacturers

Microtech

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 98SE, Windows 98

File Name

usb-scsi.exe (4.8 MB)

Versions

1.0.2.12 (2000-05-26) via .inf

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Uploaded By

vince (DG Member) on 2003-10-06 02:34:10

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Cynthia Blanche
Tested on Windows XP
23 Jun 2005
 

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"Marked good because just started using the driver. So far installed excellently. Used to setup a PinnacleMicro Apex 4.6 drive. Set up the drive and inserted a blank 2.3gb disk. I attached the Microtech(Int'l) USB-SCSI cable to the Apex and to my CPU. WindowsXP tried to install but said install failed and showed a USB device with a yellow question mark in the Device Ma
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
fl_takeuchi

19 Sep 2004
 

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"I tried it on Windows ME. It works, but you need to care several points;

1) If you already connect USB-SCSI-HD50 unit to PC prior to install this software, you may find some hardware installing message. You need to restart the PC with safe mode, and remove those hardwares in the Device Manager, then restart PC normally.

2) Launch this archived software, and extract t

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Ensign

14 Mar 2004
 

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"I got this driver to work with XP! I took awhile, but it works fine. I have an old 2GB JAZ drive (SCSI) hooked up to my XP system, and it work fine...so far!

The trick is to update the USB driver that will have a “question mark” by it in Device Manager. You need to run the "usb-scsi.exe", then point XP to the folder under "Program Files\Microtech Int

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Mike

29 Mar 2004
 

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"As the previous comment stated, this was not a true driver for XP. When I went in to manually chose, it gave two choices. Mass Storage Device, and eUSB SCSI ADAPTER HD50. Of course I chose the Mass Storage, it loaded but did not work, then came up as an Unknown device, and would not let me update driver. I had to go back to a restore point, then install and point it to the
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moon gi jung
Tested on Windows 7
30 Apr 2014
(11 hours after download)
 

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"i want to know how to install win 7 driver"
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