Gigabyte GM-FPB USB 1.1 Download Drivers

Available 2 files for GM-FPB USB 1.1
Company
Gigabyte
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Gigabyte GM-FPB USB 1.1
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-NT-2000-XP
Version Driver
1.0
Size Driver
2.1Mb
File Name
driver_mouse_gmfp.zip
Info
System Requirements
The following system requirements must be met to install and operate the UMSD and the application software.

? Computer Model IBM PC/AT Compatible, Power Macintosh, PowerBook, iMAC or iBook

? OS Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition (Windows ME), Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux 2.4 or higher, Mac OS 9.0 or higher

? Interface USB

? Free Hard Disk Space 3 MB and more
? Windows 98 SE does not support default Mass Storage Driver. You have to install the driver bundled with the product.
? The product can use the default driver in most of the OS. However, once you want to run the application software bundled with the product. The “Setup.exe” program will install vendor driver automatically. Then, the application software will work properly.
? The application software only can run with Microsoft Windows OS. The version for Macintosh is under development right now. We will release it when available.
? However, the UMSD basic function could be supported in all OS listed above.

Basic Functions
1. Plug and Play
When you plug the device into the USB port of your computer, you will see a “Removable Disk” icon in the file manager window.

In Macintosh, once you plug the UMSD into the USB port. You can see the disk icon in the “Desktop”.

In Linux OS, you can follow the following instruction to “mount” the device,
.Execute cd /etc/sysconfig/ ( cat /etc/sysconfig/hwconf | more )
.Check the device information in hwconf,write down the mount point.
.Make a directory in /mnt (ex: mkdir /mnt/usbHD )
.Then, execute mount /dev/sda /mnt/usbHD (if mount point was .dev/sda )

2. Read and Write
You can do the read, write, copy, and delete operations with the files and data as the same way with the files and data in the hard disk.

3. Write-Protect Switch
When you put the write-protect switch to “ON” position, you can not write any file or data into the device. You still can view and read the files and data in the device. You can switch the “Write-Protect” switch even you did not disconnect the device. Due to Linux OS limitation, the write protect switch will not work on-line.

4. Unplug
You can remove the device after you finished the action with the device. However, in Windows ME and Windows 2000, please follow the safe removal procedure. You can find a safe removal icon in your computer’s notification area.
Double click the “safe removal” icon; the “Unplug or Eject Hardware” window will be pop up. You can select the device you want to remove. Then, click the “Stop” button. After that you can unplug the device from the USB port of your computer.
Company
Gigabyte
Categories
Other Peripherals
Model
Gigabyte GM-FPB USB 1.1
Description
New Driver release old S-N fRom 000001 to 308999 doens't need to update v2.0 Driver
Operating Systems
Windows 95-98-98Se-Me-NT-2000-XP
Version Driver
2.0
Size Driver
4.7Mb
File Name
driver_gmfp_2.zip
Info
System Requirements
There are minimum hardware and software requirements that must be satisfied to ensure the product to function properly.

? Computer Model IBM PC/AT Compatible, Power Macintosh, PowerBook, iMAC or iBook

? OS Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition (Windows ME), Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux 2.4 or higher, Mac OS 9.0 or higher

? Interface USB

? Free Hard Disk Space 3 MB and more
? Windows 98 SE does not support default Mass Storage Driver. You have to install the driver bundled with the product.
? The product can use the default driver in most of the OS. If you want to run the application software bundled with the product, install the vendor driver by the “U-StorageTools1.0.exe” utility. Then, the application software will work properly.
? The application software only can run with Microsoft Windows OS.
? However, the U-Storage basic functions can be supported in all OS listed above.
Basic Functions
1. Plug and Play
When you plug the device into the USB port of your computer, you will see a “Removable Disk” icon in the file manager window.

In Macintosh, once you plug the U-Storage into the USB port. You can see the disk icon in the “Desktop”.

In Linux OS, you can mount the device by the following instruction.
.Execute cd /etc/sysconfig/ ( cat /etc/sysconfig/hwconf | more )
.Check the device information in hwconf,write down the mount point.
.Make a directory in /mnt (ex: mkdir /mnt/usbHD )
.Then, execute mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usbHD (if mount point was .dev/sda)

2. Read and Write
You can retrieve or store files in the device as a hard disk. The read/write operation of the device is the same as that of a hard disk.

3. Write-Protect Switch
When you put the write-protect switch to “ON” position, you cannot write any file or data into the device. You still can view and read the files and data in the device. You can switch the “Write-Protect” switch even you do not disconnect the device. Due to Linux OS limitation, the write-protect switch will not work on-line.

4. Unplug
You can remove the device after you finish the action with the device. However, in Windows ME and Windows 2000, please follow the safe removal procedure. You can find a safe removal icon in your computer’s notification area.
Double click the “safe removal” icon; the “Unplug or Eject Hardware” window will be pop up. You can select the device you want to remove. Then, click the “Stop” button. After that you can unplug the device from the USB port of your computer.
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