While there are several DOS usb stacks, none are free or shareware, and there are no DOS drivers for USB network cards. (or anything else USB for that matter.) a parallel port cd drive would be much more practical; install the drivers on the sandisk and you're on your way;
I have an application where an iO will run DOS from the sandisk, with no hard drive installed. I need to allow the user the ability to update the files on the sandisk...very infrequently. Is there a way to allow a win box to connect, via serial or parallel, to allow the files to be updated? I can install a DOS client if required, but I'd like to do it without requiring common clients to be installed on both machines.
Is there any native support within DOS for simple serial/parallel communications?
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