Exsys EX-9055 Download Drivers

Available 1 files for EX-9055
HD Controller & Removable drive
Exsys EX-9055
USB2.0-FireWire 1394A enclosure for Removeable HDD
Operating Systems
Windows 98-98Se-Me-2000-XP
Size Driver
File Name
The Cypress USB Mass Storage Driver provides support for the entire line of Cypress USB Mass Storage
products (AT2, FX, FX2, ISD200, ISD300, and SL11R-IDE) on Windows 98 Second Edition, Millennium Edition,
2000 Professional, and XP Home and Professional.
The driver release consists of the following files:
 TPP200.inf ? ISD200 driver setup information
 TPP200.sys ? ISD200 driver
 TPP300.inf ? ISD300 driver setup information
 TPP300.sys ? ISD300 driver
 TPPFX.inf ? AT2, FX, and FX2 driver setup information
 TPPFX.sys ? AT2, FX, and FX2 driver
 TPPSL11R.inf ? SL11R-IDE driver setup information
 TPPSL11R.sys ? SL11R-IDE driver
 TPPIOSTB.inf ? I/O subsystem port driver setup information
 TPPIOSTB.pdr ? I/O subsystem port driver
 TPPIOSMP.sys ? I/O subsystem filter driver
 TPPUI16.dll ? 16-bit user interface library
 TPPUI32.dll ? 32 bit user interface library
 TPPALDR.exe ? Autoloader background application
 TPPSTRY.exe ? System tray application for Windows 98 and ME
 TPPNTTRY.exe ? System tray application for Windows 2000 and XP
 TPPUN.exe ? Uninstaller
Release Version History
Release 5.16
 Fixed an issue where an application issuing a Request Sense CDB immediately following a CDB that had
failed and issued an automatic Request Sense would cause the ASPI layer to crash in Windows 98 and
ME. Now the second Request Sense will receive the sense data from the automatically generated
Request Sense.
 Fixed an issue where devices connected via ISD200, FX, FX2, AT2, or SL11R would report media
problems when resuming from suspend on Windows 98 or ME
 Fixed an issue that would prevent old versions of the driver from being updated
 Fixed an issue that would prevent the system tray application from starting when a device was attached
 Fixed an issue that would prevent Windows ME from shutting down when the driver was in use
 Fixed an issue in which the driver would mistakenly identify an ATAPI device connected via an ISD300
(original revision) as ATA if the device did not fail the IDENTIFY DEVICE command
 Performance enhancements are now disabled by default because they are not handle correctly by the
Microsoft USB 2.0 host controller drivers in Windows 2000
 Added the ability to customize TPPALDR?s USB Interrupt polling interval via the Registry
HelpDrivers Since March 2000