KingByte KU350 Download Drivers

Available 3 files for KU350
Company
KingByte
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
KingByte KU350
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Mac O.S
Size Driver
139Kb
File Name
ku350_91.zip
Info
Installation of drivers and first plug mobile ATA\ATAPI-4 - device:

1. Start installation from PL2307DrvReleaseBeta.hqx. This application
will setup the driver PL2307AIM and PL2307Driver into Your MacOS -
and place them directly in System Folder: Extensions. Now your
computer is ready for plugging in different mobile ATA/ATAPI-4 -
devices with PL2307 USB-IDE controller.
2. If you want to setup driver manually, you have to copy the file
PL2307AIM and PL2307Driver to System Folder: Extensions, the PL2307
controller has to be unplugged from computer.
3. You have to set your attached ATA\ATAPI-4 device as master (or
slave, but master is recommended), it must be attached via IDE-cable
to PL2307 USB-to-ATAPI-4 Bridge Controller. Then you must attach
ATA\ATAPI-4 device to power unit switched off and only after that you
can turn the power unit on. There is not in need to give power for
the PL2307 USB-to-ATAPI-4 Bridge Controller, it'll be able to work
using power supplied via USB cable.
4. You must connect USB-to-ATAPI-4 Bridge Controller via USB cable to
free USB port. Then MacOS will load installed driver by itself.
5. If attached ATA\ATAPI-4 device is not MacOS valid format (for HDD and
MO device - HFS, HFS+; for CD-ROM - all CD-ROM formats; for CompactFlash
and IO-Mega ZIP - FAT 16, HFS) then you have to start DriveSetup or own
format disk utility for ATA\ATAPI-4 device and initialize the
ATA\ATAPI-4 disk.
6. If you complete sufficiently steps above then in few time the icon of
attached ATA\ATAPI-4 disk appears on the Desktop. After that you can
work with this disk.
7. After the end of operation with mobile ATA\ATAPI-4 disk, you have to
unmount your ATA\ATAPI-4 disk - drag and drop it to Trash on your
Desktop. Then you have to unplug the USB cable from USB port used (or
from PL2307 USB-to-ATAPI-4 Bridge Controller) and turn the power of
mobile ATA\ATAPI-4 device off.
8. To resume the operation with mobile ATA\ATAPI-4 device, begin from
step 2.
Company
KingByte
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
KingByte KU350
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 2000-XP
Size Driver
194Kb
File Name
ku350_90.zip
Info
USB to IDE Hard Disk + MP3 Player
Software Installation
We support the drivers on the following operating systems:
? Windows 98/Me ? Windows 2000
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Driver Installation
Please insert the USB-IDE Bridge Cable into the USB port of your computer, It'll auto to install the USB-IDE Bridge driver.
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Driver Uninstallation
Follow the steps below to remove the USB-USB Bridge driver from Windows system
1. Insert the USB-IDE Bridge driver diskette into the floppy
disk drive and run the “Uninst.exe” program inside the driver diskette.
2. The “Uninst.exe” program will to complete the uninstall process.
3. Click “Reboot” to complete the Unstall process.
MP3 Operation Guide
Playback sequence
The product Support MP3 bit rate up to 224k/320k1 bps.
The product will play mp3 files at a pre-defined order. That is, user can get those files to be played in desired sequence by properly
arranging the logical hierarchical storage location of those files.
The product treats every file with extension "mp3" as a song, and total songs are categorized into "favorites", "albums" and
"sub-albums" depending on their logical hierarchical storage locations. The terms are defined as follows.
Favorites : comprised of all songs stored in the root
directory.
album : the collection of songs stored in the same
first-level directory other than root
directory.
sub-album :denotes the same concept of an album, except
it must be stored in the second-level directory,
or deeper.
Likewise, every sub-album can have its sub-albums stored, in term, one level deeper.
The play priorities from highest to lowest The product assumes are:
1. Songs in favorites.
2. Songs in an album which is created first.
3. Songs in its sub-albums, if any.
4. Songs in another album.
5. Songs in its sub-albums, if any.
6. ...
An example is the HDD which has been put in songs to be used for a party. Those songs can be arranged as favorites consisting of 5
songs in root directory and album "A" to album "C". Besides, the favorites are made of 5 most popular songs stored in the root
directory; while album "A" has been further arranged to consist of 3 jazz songs and 2 rock-n-roll songs in sub-album "A1"
After the power-on or reset, The product will play 5 favorite songs then 3 jazz of album "A" then 2 rock-n-rolls of sub-album "A1"
then songs of album "B" and finally album "C".
Company
KingByte
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
KingByte KU350
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se-Me
Size Driver
197Kb
File Name
ku350_89.zip
Info
USB to IDE Hard Disk + MP3 Player
Software Installation
We support the drivers on the following operating systems:
? Windows 98/Me ? Windows 2000
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Driver Installation
Please insert the USB-IDE Bridge Cable into the USB port of your computer, It'll auto to install the USB-IDE Bridge driver.
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP Driver Uninstallation
Follow the steps below to remove the USB-USB Bridge driver from Windows system
1. Insert the USB-IDE Bridge driver diskette into the floppy
disk drive and run the “Uninst.exe” program inside the driver diskette.
2. The “Uninst.exe” program will to complete the uninstall process.
3. Click “Reboot” to complete the Unstall process.
MP3 Operation Guide
Playback sequence
The product Support MP3 bit rate up to 224k/320k1 bps.
The product will play mp3 files at a pre-defined order. That is, user can get those files to be played in desired sequence by properly
arranging the logical hierarchical storage location of those files.
The product treats every file with extension "mp3" as a song, and total songs are categorized into "favorites", "albums" and
"sub-albums" depending on their logical hierarchical storage locations. The terms are defined as follows.
Favorites : comprised of all songs stored in the root
directory.
album : the collection of songs stored in the same
first-level directory other than root
directory.
sub-album :denotes the same concept of an album, except
it must be stored in the second-level directory,
or deeper.
Likewise, every sub-album can have its sub-albums stored, in term, one level deeper.
The play priorities from highest to lowest The product assumes are:
1. Songs in favorites.
2. Songs in an album which is created first.
3. Songs in its sub-albums, if any.
4. Songs in another album.
5. Songs in its sub-albums, if any.
6. ...
An example is the HDD which has been put in songs to be used for a party. Those songs can be arranged as favorites consisting of 5
songs in root directory and album "A" to album "C". Besides, the favorites are made of 5 most popular songs stored in the root
directory; while album "A" has been further arranged to consist of 3 jazz songs and 2 rock-n-roll songs in sub-album "A1"
After the power-on or reset, The product will play 5 favorite songs then 3 jazz of album "A" then 2 rock-n-rolls of sub-album "A1"
then songs of album "B" and finally album "C".
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