Hi,[QUOTE=Wombler;2495834]That’s the Microsoft driver for external storage devices[/quote]I know
which I doubt is altered by the DVDFab installation process.
I think you are right.
Apparently it’s quite bug ridden but for starters I’d try reinstalling the USBSTOR.SYS file anyway in case it’s become corrupt.
I can use any CD/DVD writing software with that external drive as well as any media player software. No issues. So I think, the setup is fine here.
Fab 220.127.116.11 is installed also, haven’t had any problems with that, yet. But it seems I have to test again.
A number of viruses and trojans also masquerade as this file.
My system is clean
[QUOTE=90312;2495835]Search for â€œusbstor.sysâ€, it should be in â€œC:\WINNT\system32\driversâ€ in order for W2K to access it. If not there, copy it to that folder. Wait until the computer has completely booted to plug the drive in and if everything else is ok it will see and use the drive.[/QUOTE]See above - no problems with other applications and external drives.
I guess, there are some routines in Fab 6 that trigger the driver’s crash - at least on W2k.