Unzipped the "usb-scsi.exe" file using PowerArchiver, and clicked set-up to install. I did this because I had problems with a prior driver I downloaded from DataPro. Actually, if you click the "usb-scsi.exe" file it will open an install window with instructions for exactly what you should do.
I used the default install options. Went to add new hardware, right-clicked (or clicked) the USB device with the yellow question mark and clicked update the driver. The system showed the device drivers and I clicked the eusbscsi driver and clicked next. the system installed the driver and then the pop-up showed on the task bar in the notification area that the Apex 4.6 was installed. I restarted the computer as directed. When I rebooted, My Computer showed a drive letter for the Apex 4.6, and Device Manager showed the eusbscsi under the USB listing and the Apex 4.6 appeared under the hard drive listings.
I'm pretty sure that is how the install went, I meant to write it down and forgot. But it went pretty flawlessly considering that my attempts with a file I downloaded from DataPro (usb-scsip.exe) did not work at all and kept showing some dos window that did not appear to do anything).
After re-booted went to My Computer and saw the icon for the Apex drive and clicked it. It told me the disk was not formatted and I said "yes" to format the disk. The format was done and now I am copying files to the disk. So far it is working excellently after I wasted hours trying to get the DataPro file to work. Hopefully, no issues will arise but will provide feedback in the forums if it does."
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
3) USB-SCSI-HD50 may be identified as "Unknown Device" at first time it's connected to PC, even after this software is already installed(extracted).
4) You need to choose "Unknown Device" in USB section of Device Manager, and update the driver. You need to specify the file/folder of driver to choose the manufacturer & this driver "eUSB SCSI Adapter xxxx" in the folder where you extract the files as above. Restart request will be prompted.
5) After PC restarted, "eUSB Mass Storage Class Adapter" will be installed if you connect the storage device via USB-SCSI-HD50.
6) I'm not sure the stability of hot plug in/out. It seems to be OK if you use single device via USB to SCSI unit. I don't know what's happen when you connect and use the SCSI device after you unplug the unit which was connected to the other SCSI device."
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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