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Listing of tested and reported USB devices


With the latest IBM and CW Mass Storage Device drivers things have changed a lot. Many storage devices are now working under OS/2 and eCS. Here are some devices that had been reported to be working fine under OS/2

Product 3M / Imation USB 120 SuperDisk
P/N-
DesignerIMATION
URLhttp://www.imation.com
Price-
CommentsAccording to the OS/2 Device Driver Pak On-Line this USB Device should work without any problem under OS/2. OS/2 CHL testing team have tested this device thoroughly, and confirmed complete functionality.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product 3SYSTEM USB FLASH DISK
P/N-
Designer3System
URL-
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. It worked perfectly on MCP2, eCS 1.1 and with IBM's latest USB floppy drivers (also called usbmsd drivers).
VendorID0x03eb
DeviceID0x3301
Product 3SYSTEM USB Flash Disk 128MB
P/N-
Designer3System
URL-
PriceUSD $70
CommentsThe device works finde under OS/2 with the lastest IBM USB Basic and Storage Drivers.

Config.sys parameter is:
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
VendorID0C76
DeviceID0007
Product ACOM DATA MF1CF miniFLASH
P/Nmf1cf
DesignerAcomdata
URLhttp://www.acomdata.com/scripts/products-showdetai...
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. It worked perfectly on MCP2, eCS 1.1 and with IBM's latest USB floppy drivers (also called usbmsd drivers).
VendorID0x05e3
DeviceID0x0700
Product Acom Data Multi-Format Memory Card Reader
P/Nmf6
DesignerAcomdata
URLhttp://www.acomdata.com/scripts/products-showdetai...
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. It worked perfectly on MCP2, eCS 1.1 and with IBM's latest USB floppy drivers (also called usbmsd drivers).
VendorIDxx0c0b
DeviceID0x001c
Product Advance USB floppy drive 1.44 MB
P/N-
DesignerAdvance Peripherals, Inc.
URLhttp://www.advance-peripherals.com/produkt/usbflop...
Price€ 69.00
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. It worked perfectly on MCP2, eCS 1.1 and with IBM's latest USB floppy drivers (also called usbmsd drivers).
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product AIPTEK MP3 Player
P/NMP3-310
DesignerAIPTEK
URLhttp://www.aiptek.de/de/pr_mp3player_03.html
PriceUSD 80
CommentsBastian reported this MP3 player works fine as a storage device with the CWUSBMSD drivers
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product AiTek TekDrive USB Flash Memory Key 64MB
P/NUSBMO1-0064N
DesignerAiTek Computer Corp
URLhttp://aitekco.com/
Price€ 39.99
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device with MCP2 and eCS1.1 by UPDATING USB MSD device drivers (IBM official build) to the latest version. Driver can be downloaded with valid SWC login on DDP OnLine via the entry USB Memory Key device driver. USB 1.1 peripheral. Very handy small device.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Apacer Handy Steno HT202 USB 2.0 256 / 512 MB
P/N-
DesignerMycom / Apacer Inc.
URL-
Price€ 90 / € 210
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Apacer HandyDrive 64M flash-drive
P/NHandyDrive 64M
DesignerApacer
URLhttp://www.apacer.com/product/handydrive/index.htm...
Price-
CommentsPeter Jesper tried this device with the latest USB Mass Storage Device driver. All that normally is needed is: "LVM /ReDiscoverPRM". But sometimes a ghost removable drive appears, on a PC without USB CD-ROM, and USB-floppy and with only the HandyDrive as removable... Solution: update the appropriate lines in config.sys with these lines: BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1and REM out the USBCDROM.ADD statement.
A VFAT driver will enable the long filenames, otherwise you only get the 8 + 3 (FAT16) file access.
And of course "Eject Disk" will disconnect the drive, disconnecting and then reconnecting the unit physical will make it reappear as a removable drive in the drive-list.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product ASTONE USB 2.0 128MB Flash Drive
P/N(usb128mb)
DesignerASTONE
URLhttp://www.astone.com.au
Price??
CommentsNicholas Lysaght let us know that he got this device working under eCs V1.1, with the latest USB Drivers from the eCs Homepage.

VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Atech Pro-9 Multi Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerAtech
URL-
Price??
CommentsItai told us this device works fine under OS/2, here are his comments:

- This is a USB 2.0 compliant mass storage device.
- It works backward compatible with USB 1.1.
- It has 4 independant card slots. I have used 3 simultaneously and it works completely under eCS 1.0.
- The drive works both as an external and internal drive even under OS/2.
- It work with both USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 ports under OS/2.
- It works with the latest USB device drivers (10.145).
- It also worked with older drivers but I don't remember which version.
- Works with EHCI, OHCI and UHCI drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product BioStar Flash Card Reader 6in1 intern
P/N-
DesignerBioStar
URL-
Price-
CommentsAccording to Wolfgang this USB-Reader run very good with eComStation
The part of the config.sys-File:
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBOHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$, CWUSBOHC$,CWUSBOHC$,CWUSBUHC$ /V
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:1 /FIXED_DISK:1
VendorID7x1019
DeviceID7x0C55
Product Bona Computech USB 2.0 External 2.5" USB 2.0 Enclosure MENTOR ME250U2
P/NMENTOR ME250U2
DesignerBona Computech
URLhttp://www.bona.com.tw:8888/pc/ME-250U2C.htm
Price??
CommentsGeert Stevens told us this device driver works fine under eComStation 1.1 with FixPack 4.
VendorID0x0402
DeviceID0x5642
Product BTC DVD/CDRW Combo plus card reader (BCO5216IA)
P/NBCO5216IA
DesignerBTC
URLhttp://www.btc.com.tw/english/2-1-dual_digital.htm
Price??
CommentsLaurent Catinaud told us that this device eCS 1.1. This is an IDE DVD reader/CDRW burner that includes an USB 7 formats memory card reader. The card reader is reported as \"IOI Mediabay\", so I suppose you can also find this one alone.

Works with CF card, using the latest USB drivers and the following setting :

BASEDEV=BMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:4 /floppies:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE

He didn't test it with other cards but its probable that other storage cards will work.
VendorID0x0A48
DeviceID0x3233
Product CampUSA Compact Flash USB Card Reader
P/NCF-USB-CUSA
DesignerCompUSA
URLhttp://www.compusa.com/
PriceUSD 19.99
CommentsWillam Nau sent us comments about this device. He's running the eCS 1.03 USB drivers. Plugged in the devices and it was fully functional immediately.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product CARRY COMPUTER ENGINEERING CO. Ltd Typhoon USB 6-IN-1 Card Reader UISDMC2S USB
P/NUISDMC2S
DesignerCarry Computer Engineering Corp. Ltd.
URLhttp://www.carry.com.tw/
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device driver.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Casio Clock - MP3 player WMP-1-1 / WMP-1-8B / WMP-1-8
P/NWMP-1-1, WMP-1-8B, WMP-1-8
DesignerCasio
URLhttp://world.casio.com/asia/wat/collections/wrist_...
Price-
CommentsMartin Kiewitz has tried this MP3 player clock with OS/2 to upload and download MP3. He has the driver on his site: http://ecomstation.ru/kiewitzsoft/
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product CastleWood ORB 2.2GB removable media drive
P/N-
DesignerCastlewood
URLhttp://www.castlewood.com/current_products.html
PriceUSD 280, disks USD 40
CommentsChris Clayton reported this device to work correctly. Works very well with the newest IBM USB removable media driver. Also doesn't work with the CW-USB drivers. He was able to repartition the disk and format it with HPFS file system. As delivered, the disks are FAT16 formatted and thus limited to 2GB. The drive actually has a SCSI-II interface and uses a SCSI-to-USB adapter. The USB Resource monitor reports it as Vendor: Shuttle Technology, Product: eUSCSI SCSI bridge. Sysbench indicates that the average transfer rate is 625KBps. A useful, but pricey backup option.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Cliptec R/W driver USB2.0 to IDE adapter
P/N-
DesignerCliptec
URLhttp://www.cliptec.com
Price??
CommentsDavid Shearer told us this device works on ecomstation 1.2R.

Contains a USB 2.0 to IDE adapter with built in 3.5inch and 2.5inch pin plugs to suit normal IDE and laptop IDE pin sizes. It works with a CD ROM and laptop hard drive. The box contains a separate power supply to power the CD ROm or hard drive. You must enable the USBCDROM.ADD entry in your config.sys.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product CnMemory USB 2.0 Silver Pearl MicroX (128MB-1024MB)
P/NSilver Pearl MicroX
DesignerCnMemory / Feiya Technology Corp
URLhttp://www.cnmemory.de/microx.htm
Price??
CommentsStefan Zigulec told us this device works fine under eComStation 1.1.
VendorID0x090C
DeviceID0x1000
Product Compaq LS-120 SuperDrive USB external
P/N-
DesignerCompaq Computer Corp
URLhttp://www.compaq.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers. Supported on MCP2, eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Dane Elec Photomate 6 in 1 USB cardreader
P/NPhotomate 6 in 1 USB
DesignerDane Elec
URLhttp://www.dane-memory.com/support/framer.asp?s=wn...
Price??
CommentsGeert Stevens get this device working under eComStation 1.1 with Base Driver Fixpack 3.It was tested with Smartmedia 8MB and 64MB and reading /writing and formatting works ok.

The config.sys has:
"USBMSD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:4" (ver 10.135)
VendorID0x04E6
DeviceID0x0325
Product Dane-Elec Z-Mate Compact Flash USB Mini Reader
P/N-
DesignerDane-Elec
URLhttp://www.dane-elec.fr/us/
Price-
CommentsHilsen Per Lok Larsen told me It works fine with both IBM's USBMSD and CWUSBMSD 1.2b driver on MCP2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product DeLock Hi-Speed USB Flash Disk 128 Mb
P/N-
DesignerDeLock
URL-
Price-
CommentsAccording to Sedlmayr Hanno this device works fine under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Disgo 16MB Storage Device
P/N-
DesignerDisgo
URLhttp://www.mydisgo.com/
Price-
CommentsDerek Wright tried this storage device with success under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Disk_on_Key / Intuix Memory Key USB 2.0 256 / 512 MB
P/N-
DesignerDexxon
URL-
Price€ 99.50 / € 174.75
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Disk_on_Key USB flash hard drive USB 1.1 stick 64MB / 128MB / 256MB
P/N-
DesignerDisk On Key (M-Systems)
URLhttp://www.diskonkey.com/
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, downloadable via OS/2 DDP OnLine using active SWC subscription. MCP2 and eCS 1.1 do NOT support this product out-of-the-box: driver updating is required.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Dr Cooler DCRU2-D43
P/NDCRU2-D43
Designer-
URL-
Price-
CommentsInstalled Asus P4P800SE, Dawicontrol DC-2974 PCI, Realtek 8139 based NIC (Sitecom card), Dr Cooler DCRU2-D43 card reader, Matrox G400 videocard.
In the config.sys are the next few lines;

BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BEHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=BD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=BHID.SYS
BASEDEV=BMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:9


With this I can use my Dr Cooler DCRU2-D43 card reader. USBMOUNTD won't notice if you plugged a card in or out. You have to do it with the command "lvm /RediscoverPRM". The reader is mounted on USB port 5 and 6. In USB Device monitor it present itself as Genesys Logic, inc. with the next information. Technical information is provided here.
Thanks to Joop Nijenhuis for this very nice information, and his very constructive feedback (Sorry we kept you waiting so long)!
VendorID0x05E3
DeviceID0x0760
Product EasyDisk 64 MB Memory Key
P/NED1064
DesignerEasyDisk (CCYU Technology)
URLhttp://www.easydisk.com/edoverview.php
Price-
CommentsAlex Samorukov has this device (the 64 MB version) and works great under OS/2. Possibly other models with more capacity works well under OS/2 or eCS.

Vendor ID: 0x1065, product ID: 0x2136. Successfully tested with CWUSBMSD.ADD V1.1 or higher.
VendorID0x1065
DeviceID0x2136
Product Either Hand compact flash reader
P/N-
DesignerEither Hand
URL-
Price-
CommentsTested with: MCP 2, kernel Revision 14.086, Danis' IDE Driver/Atapi Filter (1.4.7/0.3.9), FAT32 Driver, ABit KT7A with a UHCI USB Controller. Need CW-USB drivers to get it working.
Remark: If I do not have the flash card already inserted into the reader, it will never be recognized by OS/2. Also, if I eject the media to remove the flash card and re-insert it, the card is no longer recognized. I can, however, eject the media and unplug the whole device out of the USB port (with the card still in the reader)... plug it back in (with the card in the reader) and it will work. It seems as if it doesn't like it when I don't have the flash card already in the reader when I plug the reader into the USB port.
VendorID0x0b30
DeviceID0x0005
Product Elta 8418FD USB Flash Disk 128 MB
P/N8418FD
DesignerElta
URLhttp://www.elta.de/
Price-
CommentsDaniel Kruger reported that this device works fine under OS/2. It was tested with Warp 4 and CWUSBMSD.ADD 1.2b.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product EverTech USB 2.0 Flash Disk 256MB
P/N-
DesignerEverTech
URLhttp://www.pcstore.de/shop/grafik/301020.jpg
Price€ 80.00
CommentsChristian Proehl is happy to report this device to work fine with the latest USB device drivers on eCS 1.1.
The device is also available with 128 and 512MB versions, and these are espected to work fine, too.
He used it successfully on an ASUS A7V333 mainboard (VT6202,VT8233A chips). For getting FAT32 working he had to repartition the flash device (Using 0b partition ID). Originally the device was VFAT formatted. The FAT32 formatting was done with Win2000 (on a Thinkpad).
A USB Resource Manager output can be found here.
VendorID0x0ea0
DeviceID0x2168
Product Fijitsu-Siemens MemoryBird 128MB USB 1.1 stick
P/N-
DesignerFijitsu-Siemens
URL-
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, downloadable via OS/2 DDP OnLine using active SWC subscription. MCP2 and eCS 1.1 do NOT support this product out-of-the-box: driver updating is required.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Flash Mate 6 in 1 Adapter
P/Nftp-A-US
DesignerPQI
URLhttp://www.pqi.com.tw/eng/ourproduct/7in1.htm
Price-
CommentsThis reader will read a variety of memory devices, it is an all-in-one memory device reader that works well with OS/2 (DDPak 3 required). Using the USB MSD Class Adapter Driver from IBM - 21.05.2002. Operating procedures for systems using LVM:
1. Insert Media;
2. Double-click 'Refresh Removable Media' (original is 'System setup' folder), or enter on command line 'LVM / ReDiscoverPRM' ;
3. An icon appears now in the drives folder ;
4. Use 'Eject Disk' from this icon's context menu to change or remove the medium.
Remark that it seems that this procedure only works if the device is not plugged during boot. Thanks to Mike Maksimik and Aigner Manfred for this information.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Freecom FM-10 Pro 512 MB USB 2.0 memory key
P/N-
DesignerFreecom
URL-
Price€ 299
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Freecom USB Card USB 2.0 256 MB memory key
P/N-
DesignerFreecom
URL-
Price€ 345
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product FujiFilm DPC-23in1
P/NDPC-23in1
DesignerFujiFilm
URLhttp://www.evendi.de/jsp/eVendi2004/product_info.j...
Price€11,45
CommentsJan Dinger told us this device works under ecs 1.2 R. He puts this Image memory card reader (Price ~16 €) in an USB-Slot of an running OS/2 System (ecs 1.2R ). The cf2 Card ( 32 MB) from HAMA was recognized directly. He could write and read the card.
VendorID0x07C4
DeviceID0xA604
Product Genesys Logic Inc 6-in-1 USB 2.0 Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerGenesysLogic
URLhttp://www.genesyslogic.com
Price??
CommentsGay Guillaume reports us that this device works under OS/2 Warp 4.
Here's how he set his CONFIG.SYS :
BASEDEV=BMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:5 /FIXED_DISKS:0
VendorID0x05E3
DeviceID0x0760
Product Hagiwara Sys-Com USB CompactFlash Reader/Writer / FlashGate ( for CompactFlashTM) / FlashGateTM ( for CompactFlashTM/MicrodriveTM) / FlashGateTM ( for SmartMediaTM) / FlashGateTM ( for SD card or MMC) USB devices
P/N-
Designer Hagiwara Sys-Com Co., Ltd.
URLhttp://www.hscjpn.co.jp/hscjpn/english/e_productto...
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, downloadable via OS/2 DDP OnLine using active SWC subscription. MCP2 and eCS 1.1 do NOT support this product out-of-the-box: driver updating is required.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product HAMA 46968 CompactFlash Card Reader/Writer USB
P/N46968
DesignerHAMA
URLhttp://www.hama.de
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, downloadable via OS/2 DDP OnLine using active SWC subscription. MCP2 and eCS 1.1 support this product out-of-the-box.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Hama 8 in 1 Card Reader (46945)
P/N46945
DesignerHama
URLhttp://www.hama.de
Price??
CommentsEischer Gerald told us this device works fine under eCS 1.0 (FP4). Works fine with USBMSD.ADD Rev. 10.135. He only tested the CF-Card and SD-Card.
VendorID0424
DeviceID223A
Product Hama CardReaderWriter USB 2.0
P/N00039738
DesignerHama
URLhttp://www.hama.de/
Priceaprox $15
CommentsChr. Proehl report that this device works under eComStation 1.1. EAN Code: 4007249397386 P/N : 00039738 External card reader for SecureDigital Cards (SD, SD Ultra, SD Extreme, Trans Flash) and Multimedia Cards (MMC, MMC plus, RS-MMC, MMC 4.0). Tested with SD-Card (provided with Canon digital camera) attached to a USB 2.0 hub device.
VendorID058F
DeviceID6331
Product Hama USB 2.0 Card Reader 19in1
P/N0055114
DesignerHama
URLhttp://www.hama.de
Price10,00 Euros
CommentsVendorID0DDA
DeviceID2005
Product HAMA USB 2.0 Card Reader 9in1 (PN:47100)
P/N47100
DesignerHAMA
URLhttp://www.hama.de/portal/articleId*108134/action*...
Price??
CommentsRalph-Guenter Bruns told us this device works fine with eComStation 1.1.

Remarks:
- USB support was at level 10.145
- BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES: x
- Set x to appropriate value e.g. 4
- Supports Smart Media, XD, CF I&II, Micro Drive, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro Memory Stick Pro Duo, SD.
- Only tested with Toshiba CF Card 128 MB and Sony Memory Stick 4 MB and 16 M.B
- If not inserted at boot time Memory Cards are recognized as removable drives and inserted and ejected.
- Formatting not supported.
VendorID0x0DDA
DeviceID0x2005
Product Horizon / FlashMover 8 in 1 cardreader
P/N??
DesignerHorizon / FlashMover
URLhttp://www.flashmover.com/
PriceUSD $25
CommentsLars Egeberg Hansen tried this device under OS/2. He tried it with a 16 MB and a 512 MB Compact Flash and a 256 MB Secure Digital RAM. All three cards worked fine both reading and writing.

He is using Warp 4 with FP 17 and the latest USB drivers from IBM (30/6/2004), with the MSD driver build nr. 10.135.

The config.sys looks like this:

BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /FS
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /FS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:4 /FLOPPIES:0
BASEDEV=USBCDROM.ADD /CDS:0
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IBM USB Memory Key
P/N22P5296, 19K4513
DesignerIBM Corp
URLhttp://commerce.www.ibm.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce/Prod...
PriceUSD 39 (8MB), USD 79 (32MB)
CommentsMark B. Szkolnicki has tested the 8 MB IBM Memory Key and works fine reading and writing files to it. Quinque reported the 32 MB also works fine under eCS. Its very possible that other with higher storage capacity also works under OS/2 and eCS.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IDrive Corporation Ltd. iFloppy USB 1.44 MB floppy diskette drive
P/N-
DesignerIDrive Corporation Ltd.
URL-
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device with CP1, CP2, eCS 1.1 and IBM's latest USB MSD device driver.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product iFloppy USB 1.44MB Floppy Diskette Drive
P/N-
DesignerIDRIVE
URL-
Price-
CommentsAccording to the OS/2 Device Driver Pak On-Line this USB Device should work without any problem under OS/2. OS/2 CHL testing team have tested this device thoroughly, and confirmed complete functionality.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Imation FlashGO! Universal Flash Memory Reader/Writer
P/N51122-1642
DesignerImation
URLhttp://www.imation.com/en_US/products/product_gene...
PriceCD 99
CommentsMark B. Szkolnicki has told us this device is working fine with OS/2, here are some of his comments:
"I tested the Imation FlashGO! Flash Memory Reader Writer, which is a portable device that can read/write CompactFlash cards I & II directly, and can be used to read/write from and to SmartMedia cards, Memory Sticks, MultiMediaCards, Secure Digital cards and IBM MicroDrive, using 3 slip-in adapters which come with the FlashGO! package. I tested the FlashGO! with a 256 MB CompactFlash card and an 8 MB SmartMedia Card (using the appropriate drive letter). I was able to successfully read and write from and to both cards, using the latest IBM USB DDPak 3 and IBM MSD drivers. I do not currently have MemoryStick, MultiMediaCard, Secure Digital Cards or IBM MicroDrives, so these have not currently been tested."
Some comments from Dan Kozisek: "It reads Sony Memory Stick media just fine. I have not tried to write to it, but the way the product works (adapter inserts with a universal interface) I have no doubt it reads/writes all supported formats under OS/2."
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Integral USB 2.0 Flash Drive (512MB)
P/N-
DesignerIntegral
URLhttp://www.integralmemory.com/
Price??
CommentsPaul Williams told us this device works with OS/2 Warp Server for e-Business with CP2. He used it with the latest IBM USB Basic Device Driver Support version 10.123 and the latest IBM USB Mass Storage Device Support (USB-Removable Media and CDROM Devices)version 10.135 and worked first time.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IOMEGA 120GB USB EXTERNAL DESKTOP HARD DRIVE
P/N-
DesignerIOMEGA
URLhttp://www.iomega.com
Price$229.99
CommentsRoberto Gainza sent me a tip tp make this HDD work under OS/2. Check it out!!
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IOMEGA 250MB and 100MB USB Zip Drive
P/N-
DesignerIOMEGA
URLhttp://www.iomega.com
PriceUSD 175 (250MB)
CommentsAccording to Mike Maksimik: "Works like a charm. I formatted the disks using HPFS and I run an autocheck when the system boots up. I also use 'Refresh Removable Media' which is part of MCP to refresh the drive icon. I have noticed that if I boot the system up with the drive not attached, then if I plug the device in, the system detects the drive and assigns it a drive letter without failure."
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IOMEGA 750MB USB Zip Drive
P/N-
DesignerIOMEGA
URLhttp://www.iomega.com
Price$179.99
CommentsRoberto Gainza told me this device works fine under OS/2 with 750, 200 and 100 zip disks .
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IOMEGA FotoShow
P/N-
DesignerIOMEGA
URLhttp://www.iomega.com/fotoshow
PriceUSD 250
CommentsThe fotoshow is a variation of the iomega zip drive. It works without any problem under OS/2 using the USB port. Thanks to Peter Kells to let us know that.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Iomega MiniUSB drive 128MB / 256MB stick USB 2.0
P/N-
DesignerIomega Corporation
URLhttp://www.iomega-europe.com/eu/products.aspx?prod...
Price€ 59.00, € 109.00
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, downloadable via OS/2 DDP OnLine using active SWC subscription. MCP2 and eCS 1.1 do NOT support this product out-of-the-box: driver updating is required.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product IOMEGA USB Zip-100
P/NUSB Zip 100
DesignerIomega
URL-
Price-
CommentsCW-USB drivers. Needs the parameter /FIXED_DISK in config.sys. USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x059B
DeviceID0x0031
Product IOMEGA USB Zip-250 - Z250USBPCM
P/NUSB Zip 250
DesignerIomega
URL-
Price-
CommentsTested with OS/2 Warp 4.52 internal revision 14.089_W4, AOpen AK77 PRO(A)-133 Chipset: VIA KT266, VIA 8233
Config.sys:
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS
/REQ:USBUHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
DEVICE=G:OS2BOOTUSBMOUSE.SYS

USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x059B
DeviceID0x0030
Product Kanguru MicroDrive Plus 512MB
P/N-
DesignerKanguru
URLhttp://www.kanguru.com/microdriveplus.html
Price??
CommentsThis is a combination USB memory stick and SecureDigital/MultimediaCard Reader. Both the USB memory and the MMC card reader work great under eCS. Plug in the USB stick, it shows up as a removable drive. Plug a MMC card into the USB stick, the MMC card shows up as an additional removable drive.
VendorID0x0D7D
DeviceID0x0280
Product Kingbyte KCF168U USB to CompactFlash Card Reader/Writer
P/N-
DesignerKingByte Information Corp.
URLhttp://kingbyte.com/
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device on MCP2 and eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Kingmax 256MB USB 2.0 Flash Pen Drive KFD-256MO2
P/NKFD-256MO2
DesignerKingmax
URLhttp://www.kingmaxdigi.com/product/USB2_2.htm
Price$ 23.50
CommentsWolfgang Rapp told us this device works fine with OS/2 Warp 4 Fix Packs: FP15, DD03, TCPIP4.3.

He Bought it from Newegg.com, Item# N82E16820155209, 23.50$ and is working flawless so far with USB drivers buildlevel 10.135+. Doesn\'t have a cap, but instead has USB connector retractable into housing.
VendorID0x0EA0
DeviceID0x2168
Product Kingmaxdigi USB 1.1 SD/MMC Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerKingmaxdigi
URLhttp://www.kingmaxdigi.com/product/SMCR1.htm
Price??
CommentsDelfi Reinoso told us this device works plugged on a ECS 1.2 system, without modifications after installation, the full extent of the SD card is recognised as a removable device.

Loaded Chris\'s USB MSD the unit works too. It\'s a USB 1.1 device, but 2.0 units are on the way. The best thing: the memory available depends of the SD/MM card, or cards. Going for a 1 GiB, that I can share with the Digital Camera.
VendorID0x058F
DeviceID0x9330
Product Kingston 6 in 1 reader
P/NFCR-HS26/1
DesignerKingston
URLhttp://www.kingston.com
Price-
CommentsBart Bremmers reports that this reader works out of the box with eCS20beta2. It reads CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Microdrive, MultiMediaCard, SecureDigital and SmartMedia. It readsmicroSD via an SD adapter. His microSD (transflash) memory uses FAT16, so FAT32 driver is not required. He doesn\'t know if the other media types will require the FAT32 driver.
VendorID0DDA
DeviceID2001
Product Kingston Data Traveller 2.0 USB 2.0 256 / 512 MB
P/N-
DesignerKingston
URLwww.kingston.com
Price€ 153.51
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Kodak 6 in 1 Card Reader
P/N8790792
DesignerKodak
URLhttp://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.jhtml?pq-pa...
Price-
CommentsJulian Thomas reported this device works fine with the CWUSB drivers with CD cards. It also works with eCS 1.2 and the latest USB drivers downloaded from the ecomstation site.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product LaCie HexaDrive external USB multi-media card reader
P/NLCHEX10
DesignerLaCie Comp Corp.
URLhttp://www.lacie.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device on CP2, eCS 1.1 and with the latest IBM MSD device drivers, available via OS/2 DDP OnLine using an active SWC account.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Lexar Jumpdrive Trio JDT-231
P/NJDT-231
DesignerLexar
URLhttp://search.lexar.com/search/?sp-a=sp10032df5&sp...
PriceCAD$30 (USD$25 )
CommentsDoug Bissetttold us this device works fine under OS/2.

This device is the same as a normal "thumb drive", but it has no memory of it's own. It can use MMC, SD, or Memory Stick memory (one at a time). He has 3 SD memory units (32 meg, 128 meg, and 256 meg), and they all work. I use the SD memory in my HP Photosmart 935 camera, and he can simply put that into the Jumpdrive unit, and transfer the data, without needing to burn battery power in my camera. He had formatted it as FAT, and HPFS, although HPFS is not useful, except with OS/2 systems.
VendorID0x05DC
DeviceID0xB013
Product Lexar Media CF reader USB005
P/NUSB005
DesignerLexar Media
URLhttp://www.digitalfilm.com
Price??
CommentsYuri Dario told us this device works fine under eComStation 1.1 with fp4 with the USB Storage Driver USBMSD 10.135. It was tested with Lexar media 1GB CF card (fat formatted).
VendorID0x05DC
DeviceID0x0081
Product Lexar Media JumpDrive 2.0 Pro USB 2.0 256 MB
P/N-
DesignerTranscontinenta / Lexar Computer Peripherals Inc.
URL-
Price€ 119
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Lexar Media Lexar USB JumpDrive
P/N-
DesignerLexar Media
URLhttp://www.digitalfilm.com/dynamic-frameset_jd.htm...
PriceUSD $19.99
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, downloadable via OS/2 DDP OnLine using active SWC subscription. MCP2 and eCS 1.1 do NOT support this product out-of-the-box: driver updating is required.

David Chacona also reports that the 128MB version works fine with eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Lexar Multicard reader USB 2.0
P/N-
DesignerLexar
URLhttp://www.lexarmedia.com
Price??
CommentsJulian Thomas told us that this device works fine with ecs 1. It Works perfectly with eCS 1.2 and the latest (late 2004) USB drivers on both CF and SD cards.
VendorID0x05DC
DeviceID0XB18D
Product LinkSys 64 MB USB Memory Stick
P/NUSBM64M
DesignerLinkSys
URLhttp://www.linksys.com/products/product.asp?grid=3...
PriceUSD 45
CommentsDarrell Spice reported that this storage device works great under OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Logitec Corporation USB Floppy Disk Unit
P/NLFD-31U2 , LFD-31UE, LFD-35V, LFD-31UJ, LFD-31US, LFD-31UT
DesignerLogitec Corporation
URLhttp://www.logitech.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers. Supported on MCP2, eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Manhattan 700528 USB Compact Flash Card Reader / 701457 USB Smart Media Card Reader USB 1.1
P/N700528 /701457
DesignerManhattan Computer Products
URLhttp://www.manhattan-support.com/driver-usb-reader...
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL has successfully tested this device using IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers. Supported on MCP2, eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Matsushita-Kotobuki (Panasonic) SuperDisk LKM-FK73-D USB
P/NLKM-FK73-D USB
DesignerMatsushita-Kotobuki Electronics Ind.,Ltd.
URL-
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team and worked correctly with IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers available via OS/2 DDP OnLine via active SWC account.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Maxtor 120G 5000DV External HD - USB 2.0 & Firewire Int
P/N-
Designer4 Either Hand
URL-
Price-
CommentsCW-USB drivers required. Tested with the following drivers (IBM base drivers including USB 2.0)
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBOHCD.SYS BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBOHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS
BASEDEV=cwusbmsd.add /FIXED_DISKS:1 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
Without the /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE, the drive would not register in the system.
VendorID-
DeviceID0x5020
Product Memorex TravelDrive 1 GB
P/N3250 7760
DesignerMemorex
URLhttp://www.memorexthumbdrive.com/products/idx_3250...
Price??
CommentsJose J. Refugio Rodriguez told us this device works on OS/2 Warp Server for e-Business with fixpacks xr_e003 and xr_d002.

He used the basic USB Driver and since it have four (4) USB controllers, he only extracted Chris Wohlgemuth\'s CWUSBMSD.ADD, and modified the CONFIG.SYS, prefixing \"cw\" to the existing statement for USBMSD.ADD to look like:

BASEDEV=cwUSBMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:2 /REMOVABLE_AS_FLOPPY /V

Note that the switches (or options specified by the forward slash) denote a couple of removable mass devices corresponding to my two (2) USB ports in my IBM T40.
Hence, the pertinent portion of my CONFIG.SYS for WSEB in my IBM T40 appears thus:

BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBUHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBEHCD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=USBD.SYS /V /I13 /REQ:USBUHCD$,USBEHCD$
BASEDEV=USBHID.SYS /V
BASEDEV=cwUSBMSD.ADD /REMOVABLES:2 /REMOVABLE_AS_FLOPPY /V
VendorID0x0D7D
DeviceID0x1400
Product Microdia CF Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerMicrodia
URLhttp://www.conrad.com/
Price€ 15.00
CommentsRobert Fuchs told me that Stefans2 tested this device and fine with OS/2. The Hardware work well whis OS/2 and the newest IBM Massage Storege driver (Date:20.08.02 /Version 10.083)
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Ministry of Sound STIX LITE MP3 PLayer 128Mb RAM
P/NMOSMP076
DesignerMinistry of Sound
URLhttp://www.ministryofsound.com/audio
Price??
CommentsChris Hodgkins told us this device works fine as a storage device under ecs 1.0 with fixpacks XR0C004 XR0D003 WR08708 IP08605 UN02334.
VendorID0x0D7D
DeviceID0x0150
Product Mitsumi 7-in-1 Media Drive (FA402A)
P/NFA402A
DesignerMitsumi
URLhttp://www.mitsumi.com/indexusa.html
Price??
CommentsFranklin Bartczak told us this device works under eCS 1.1 (FP3).
VendorID0x55AA
DeviceID0x2B12
Product Mitsumi USB Floppy disk drive
P/N-
DesignerMitsumi Electronics Corp Ltd.
URL-
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested and approved by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. Code: 2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product MSC Flash USB 2.0 1024 MB (1 GB)
P/N-
DesignerNTS Technology
URL-
Price€ 415.31
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Muse 6 in 1 Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerMuse
URLhttp://www.muse.com.hk/
Price€ 25.00
CommentsRobert Fuchs told me that Hans v. Mangoldt tested this device and fine with OS/2. The Hardware work well whis eComStation 1.0x German and the newest IBM Massage Storage driver (Date:20.08.02 /Version 10.083) The user test the USB Card Reader with a Compact Flash Microdrive 1GB
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Newer Technology uDrive External USB 1.44MB Floppy Diskette
P/N-
DesignerNewer Technology
URL-
PriceUSD 109
CommentsAccording to the OS/2 Device Driver Pak On-Line this USB Device should work without any problem under OS/2. OS/2 CHL testing team have tested this device thoroughly, and confirmed complete functionality.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Noontech - BlueEye SuperSlim. Model U235
P/NModel U235
DesignerNoontech
URLhttp://www.noontec.com/details.asp?productid=23&ty...
Price??
CommentsA Smart Storage Mobile HDD USB 2.0 Case. Ed Durranttold us this device works fine under OS/2 (MCP2 and ACP2) with Fixpack 4 and with eCS 1.1. This is an external USB 2.0 3.5 inch harddisk case (self assembly - add your own 3.5 inch EIDE PATA harddisk). operation requires current USB drivers - as per supplied with eComStation 1.2. This box cost AU$55.00. Can be connected to USB 1.1 ports on system.
VendorID0x05E3
DeviceID0x0702
Product Olympus MAUSB-100 xD USB-R/W
P/NMAUSB-100
DesignerOlympus
URLwww.olympus.com
Price??
CommentsWolfgang told us that this devices works fine with eComStation.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Panasonic USB Super Disk
P/NLK-RM734UZ, LK-RM934UZ
DesignerPanasonic
URL-
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team and was found fully compatible with CP2 and eCS 1.1.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Philips psa128max mp3 player
P/Npsa128max
DesignerPhilips
URLhttp://www.nike-philips.com/
Price??
CommentsLuc Van Bogaert told us this device works with eCS 1.2 with the lastest fixpack
VendorID0x0471
DeviceID0x112B
Product Phillips USB KeyRing KEY006
P/NKEY006
DesignerPhillips
URLhttp://www.consumer.philips.com/global/b2c/ce/cata...
Price-
CommentsChris Hellwig reports that this device works as an storage device with CW-MSD and VFAT Driver. Speed seems to be low, but after writing one can remove the stick, with Windows it takes minutes for 'eject'.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Plextor PlexFlash USB Flash Memory 512MB USB 2.0
P/N-
DesignerPlextor
URLhttp://www.plextor.be/english/products/plexflash.h...
Price€ 260.61
CommentsKresimir Buben told me It works fine without with the IBM Storage driver and no special trick was needed.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product PNY Attachι 512MB USB 2.0 (91004275)
P/N91004275
DesignerPNY
URLhttp://www.pny.com/
Price??
CommentsWilhelm Bockey told us this device works fine with:

- IBM\'s USBMSD 1.4 dated 2003-12-17 (usbstor.txt) / 2002-07-24 (hardware manager) and

- CWUSBMSD 1.2b dated 2003-01-26 (output while booting) / version 1.1, 2003-01-24 (hardware manager)
VendorIDM-Systems (0x08EC)
DeviceID0x0012
Product PNY USB CompactFlash reader
P/N-
Designer-
URLhttp://www.pny.com/home/products/card_reader_index...
Price$ 20.00
CommentsAccording to Mark Dodel, this device works fine on his Dual Pentium Pro workstation.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Pocki-Drive 128 MB
P/N000557A
Designer-
URLhttp://www.pchardware.co.il/docs/pd-71682549.htm
Price-
CommentsSteve Duvall told us this device works fine under OS/2.
OS/2 CHL hardware testing team tested the 64MB variant of this device and concluded its full enablement with IBM's USB MSD latest device drivers, available via DDP OnLine under the section "USB memory keys". Need valid/active SWC account to download though.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product PQI 5 in 1 Travel Flash Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerPQI
URLhttp://www.wholepack.com/allnew5in1bu.html
PriceUSD 25.99
CommentsThe PQI 5 in 1 travel flash card reader works fine with eComStation using the basic USB drivers and CW USB Mass Storage drivers.
USBRES device report available from here.
VendorID0x3538
DeviceID0x0001
Product PQI Compact Flash Reader
P/N-
DesignerPQI
URLhttp://www.pqi1st.com/products/cfr.asp
PriceUSD 9.95
CommentsDan Leitner told us this device works fine with OS/2 Warp 4 FP14 and the CW-USB Mass Storage Class driver kit v1.2. Read and Write works correctly, but the device will only mount if connected on boot (No LVM here). Tested with 16 MB and 64 MB cards, but doesn't work with an old 4 MB card. It's a well-made device that includes an extention cable that makes connecting to rear USB ports easy.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Prolific PL-2315 Portable USB Flash Disk
P/NPL-2315
DesignerProlific Technology Inc.
URL-
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team tested this device and concluded its full enablement using IBM's official latest USB MSD device driver, available from DDP OnLine with active SWC / PassPort Advantage account.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Samsung Electro-Mechanics Flash MemoryCard Drive
P/NFMD6400E
DesignerSamsung Semiconductors Ltd.
URLhttp://www.samsung.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has tested this device and found it fully functional with IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers, available via OS/2 DDP OnLine via valid SWC or PPA subscription.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Samsung Electro-Mechanics USB Floppy Drive
P/NSFD-321U
DesignerSamsung Semiconductors Ltd.
URLhttp://www.samsung.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has tested this device and found it to be fully functional with CP2, eCS 1.1 and IBM's latest usbfloppy.exe device driver.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product SanDisk 8 in 1 Reader/Writer Model No. SDDR-88
P/NSDDR-88
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/retail/im-8in1.asp
Price??
CommentsJim Marshall told us this device works fine with eComStation 1.1.

Reads CF 512 memory card perfectly. Have not tried anything else. Good solution for my Canon SuperShot S500 Digital ELPH camera, which is PTP, not a mass storage device. Need to Refresh Removable Media first.
VendorID0x0781
DeviceID0x8889
Product SanDisk Cruzer Micro 256MB
P/N-
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com
Price-
CommentsJoe Negron reports that this device works under eComStation 1.1 (fix 4)
VendorID0781
DeviceID5151
Product Sandisk Cruzer Micro Skin USB Flash Drive 512MB
P/NSDCZ4-512-A10
DesignerSandisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/Products/Item(1114)-SDCZ4-5...
Price20 Euro
CommentsRobert Fuchs reports that this device works on OS/2. Remarks: - USB 2.0 Flash Drive. - USB support was at level 10.145, 10.123. - The USB Flash Drive works without parameters in the config.sys.
VendorID0781
DeviceID5151
Product SanDisk Cruzer Micro USB Flash Drive (256 MB)
P/N-
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/retail/cruzer-micro.asp
Price??
CommentsAndrej Gava told us this device works fine on eComStation 1.1.
VendorID0x0781
DeviceID0x7113
Product SanDisk Cruzer Mini USB Flash Drive (128 mb)
P/NSDCZ2
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/
PriceUSD $30
CommentsDr. David E. Sawyer reports that this devices works great with eCS 1.1 and the the IBM USB 10.123 drivers.

Nicky Avery also told us this device works fine with OS/2 Warp 4 with Fix Pack 11.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Sandisk Dual Reader Model (Compact Flash and Smartmedia)
P/NSDDR-75
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/consumer/
Price-
CommentsDavid Sheared reported that the compact flash card works fine. "You can read (but not write) to the CF card using the standard IBM MSD drivers - and using Chris W's latest efforts you can also write to the CD card. The latest IBM USB basic driver is better than the one Chris provides which unfortunately causes a delay in reading and writing from and to the CD card." USBRES device report available here.
VendorID0x0781
DeviceID0x0810
Product SanDisk ImageMate Compact Flash Reader
P/NSDDR-31
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/consumer/im.asp
PriceUSD 34.99
CommentsDerek Wright tested this compact flash card reader with OS/2 and succeeded transferring the files from the flash card to OS/2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product SanDisk ImageMate USB 2.0 MS-PRO
P/N-
DesignerSanDisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/retail_usb2_reader_writer.h...
Price??
CommentsWorks fine with Sony Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro! There are also Reader/Writer available for: CompactFlash Type I/II SD + MultiMediaCard xD + SmartMedia Hanno Sedlmayr told us this device works fine with his Memory Stick + Memory Stick PRO. (He think they all should work because they only support one kind of card type and LUN is therefore always "1".)
VendorID0x0781
DeviceID0x9797
Product Sandisk Mini Cruzer 256MB USB Flash Drive
P/NSDCZ2-256-768
DesignerSandisk
URLhttp://www.sandisk.com/retail_cruzermini.html
PriceUSD $50
CommentsMatt Berman reports that the Sandisk Mini Cruzer 256MB USB flash drive works great with IBM's Oct. 2003 USBMSD driver. It is an excellent inexpensive option for OS/2 users.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Shikatronics 256 MB memory key. Shika Flash
P/NSHK05392
Designer4 Either Hand
URLhttp://www.shikatronics.ca
Price??
CommentsMichel Goyette told us this device works fine with OS/2 Warp 4 with Fixpack 15.
VendorID0x0EA0
DeviceID0x2168
Product Siemens MP3-Player USB
P/NST92163 Mass Storage library Tester
DesignerSGS Thomson Microelectronics
URL-
Price-
CommentsSmall MP3-player to be used with Siemens cell phones and some Siemens Gigaset cordless phones (Gigaset Micro). The mobile is used for display and power supply. It uses MultiMedia cards (MMC) for storing the MP3s and may also be used as an external memory device for carrying any kind of files. File system is VFAT. No DRM or similar crap.
VendorID0x0483
DeviceID0x1307
Product SinGim SG362A USB 2.0 Card Driver (For SD/MMC)
P/NSG362A
DesignerSinGim
URLhttp://www.singim.com/english/eproductsindex.htm
Price??
CommentsGerald Eischer told us this device works fine under eComStation 1.0 with Fix Packs XRGC004 It works fine with USBMSD.ADD Rev. 10.135 at an USB 1.1 port. Didn\'t work for him with newer Versions of USBMSD.ADD. He had the same problem at an USB stick which has a chip from Alcor Micro too.
VendorID0x058F
DeviceID0x6369
Product Sitecom CN-300 - USB Multi Memory Reader / Writer
P/NCN300
DesignerSiteCom Corporation
URLhttp://www.sitecom.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has tested this device and found it to be fully functional with IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Sony Clie N760 PDA Memory Stick
P/N-
DesignerSony Cli
URL-
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. It worked perfectly on MCP2, eCS 1.1 and with IBM's latest USB floppy drivers (also called usbmsd drivers).
VendorID0x0058
DeviceID0x054c
Product Sony MicroVault
P/N-
DesignerSony
URLhttp://www.sony.com
Price-
CommentsAdriaan Van Os reported this device to work under eCS 1.1
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Sweex Compact Flash Card Reader
P/NNB000010
Designer-
URLhttp://www.sweex.com/product.asp?pId=96
Price-
CommentsHenk Pol wrote us to tell this device works fine with eCS 1.1. He uses the USB Mass Storage Driver without any problem.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product TEAC USB Floppy Disk Drive
P/NFD-005U2A, FD-05PUB, FD-05PUB-E, FD-05PUB2A, FD-05PUW
DesignerTEAC Computer Corporation
URL-
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has successfully tested these devices with the built-in USB drivers of MCP2 and eCS 1.1 preview.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Tevion Card Reader/Writer 6 in 1
P/N-
DesignerTevion
URLhttp://www.aldi-sued.de/
Price??
CommentsEischer Gerald told us this device works fine under eCS 1.0 (FP4). Works fine with USBMSD.ADD Rev. 10.135. He only tested the CF-Card and SD-Card.
VendorID0x0EA0
DeviceID0x2126
Product Tiny Disk (128MB) memory stick
P/NSolid State Disk
Designer-
URL-
Price-
CommentsCWUSBMSD.ADD V1.2 or higher needed.
Config.sys settings:
BASEDEV=CWUSBUHC.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBD.SYS /V
BASEDEV=CWUSBMSD.ADD /V /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:1 /FIXED_DISKS:0 /FORCE_TO_REMOVABLE
USBRES available here.
VendorID0x0EA0
DeviceID0x6803
Product Transcend 512MB USB Flash Drive
P/NTS512MUFD
DesignerTranscend
URLhttp://www.transcendusa.com/
Price-
CommentsWorks fine with CW-USB drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Transcend JetFlash USB 2.0
P/N-
DesignerTranscend
URLhttp://www.transcendusa.com/
Price-
CommentsAccording to Klaus Staedtler the Transcend JetFlash USB 2.0 works brilliant under OS/2
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product TrekStor DataStation y.uh 300GB USB 2.0
P/Ny.uh 300GB
DesignerTrekStor
URLhttp://www.trekstor.de/en/products/detail_hdd.php?...
Price??
CommentsHeiko Nitzsche told is this device works with eComStation 1.1, FP5 with kernel 14.103a_W4
Using the :
IBM USB Base Drivers 10.158
IBM USB Mass Storage 10.145
The Chipset in this device is the VIA K8T800 (Southbridge VIA 8237)

On the config.sys it is used:
BASEDEV=USBMSD.ADD /FLOPPIES:0 /REMOVABLES:x

He also tried with the "CW Mass Storage 1.2" driver but the system hangs during boot (HDD not attached!). Guess there is some compatibility issue with the latest IBM USB Base Drivers. On the other hand they seem to have cured other problems for some users.

The HDD has a built-in USB 2.0 hub with 3 ports. It works fine with the card reader I reported earlier (Typhoon USB 2.0 16-in-1 Card Reader).
VendorID0x04B4
DeviceID0x6830
Product TwinMOS Speed Drive 256MB USB 2.0 Memorystick
P/N-
DesignerApacer
URLhttp://www.twinmos.com/
Price-
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team. It worked perfectly on MCP2, eCS 1.1 and with IBM's latest USB floppy drivers (also called usbmsd drivers).
VendorID0x0d7d
DeviceID0x1300
Product TwinMos USB 2.0 Mobile Disk 256 MB
P/N-
DesignerActebis
URL-
Price€ 85
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Typhoon USB 2.0 16-in-1 Card Reader
P/N-
DesignerTyphoon
URLhttp://www.anubisline.com/english/articlec.asp?id=...
Price??
CommentsHeiko Nitzsche tested this device under OS/2 without any major problem. It was tested with different CF cards up to 1GB with FAT16 filesystem. He couldn't test other slots because he was missing this cards. Read and write works with USB 2.0 Highspeed level. This device has been tested with the following USB driver revisions: IBM's USB base : 10.145 IBM's USB mass storage: 10.145 CW's USB mass storage: 1.2b After plugging in the card reader, double click "Refresh Removable Media", after which a new storage device object will appear in the drives folder if a memory card is in one of the slots. This object gives access to the files on the memory card. Hotplugging the card (eject drive, remove card, enter a new one and refresh drives) works too. I was only able to test with Compact Flash card slot and a 1GB SanDisk Ultra II CF card because of lack of other card types.
VendorID0x0DDA
DeviceID0x2005
Product Typhoon USB 6-in-1 Card Reader
P/NUISDMC2S
DesignerCarry
URLhttp://www.carry.com.tw/products/USB/uisdmc2s.htm
PriceUSD 22
CommentsDaniel Krueger told us that this device works fine under eCS. He tested it only reading and writing to CF-cards with USBMSD.add v1.4 and CWUSBMSD.add V1.2b
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Universal SmartDrive 16MB / 32MB / 64MB / 128MB / 256MB / 512MB / 1GB
P/N-
DesignerK&C Tech
URLhttp://www.universalsmartdrive.net/product_feature...
Price-
CommentsDuane Chamblee tested this USB device with complete success using the latest USB Storage driver (USBMSD Oct-15-2002). This device can have different capacities. The sizes available are 16MB / 32MB / 64MB / 128MB / 256MB / 512MB / 1GB.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product USB external HDD case for 2,5"
P/N-
DesignerStarKing
URLhttp://www.starkingtech.com/@PRDCT/ME910.htm
Price-
CommentsHilsen Per Lok Larsen told me It works fine only with the CWUSBMSD 1.2b driver on MCP2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product USB i-boy External harddisk
P/NUSB Storage Device
Designer-
URL-
Price-
CommentsCWUSBMSD.ADD V1.2 or higher needed.
USBRES device report available .
VendorID0x05E3
DeviceID0x0702
Product Verbatim USB Drive USB 2.0 256 MB
P/N-
DesignerVerbatim (Chipmemory)
URL-
Price€ 129.71
CommentsThis device was tested by OS/2 CHL hardware testing team using IBM's official latest USB MSD device drivers and CW-USB drivers v1.2.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Vivanco RW 12-1 USB2
P/NRW 12-1
Designer4 Either Hand
URLhttp://www.vivanco.com
Price??
CommentsPhilhard Ackermann told us that this device works fine under eCS 1.0 with FP1 and FP2.
VendorID-
DeviceID0x3260
Product VST USB 1.44MB Floppy Drive
P/N-
DesignerVST
URLhttp://www.vsttech.com
PriceUSD 60 - 80
CommentsAccording to the OS/2 Device Driver Pak On-Line this USB Device should work without any problem under OS/2. OS/2 CHL testing team have tested this device thoroughly, and confirmed complete functionality.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Win Accord USB 2.0 1 GB microdrive
P/Nwa-1x
DesignerWin Accord
URLhttp://www.schiwi.de
Price-
CommentsPeter Verweij reported this device to work fine. Click here for a USB Resource Manager output.
VendorID0x0ea0
DeviceID0x2118
Product Winstation USB Super Disk Drive 120 MB / 240 MB
P/N-
DesignerWinstation Corp
URLhttp://www.winstation.com
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has tested this device and confirms it is compatible with IBM's latest USB MSD and usbfloppy.exe device drivers. 240 models have a built-in technology that allows 32MB of data to be written on traditional1.44MB floppies, but we weren't able to use this technology on our OS/2 testing systems.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product Woxter Portable Disk COMBO FireWire & USB 2.0
P/N-
DesignerWoxter
URLhttp://www.woxter.com
Price??
CommentsDelfi Reinoso told us this device works plugged on a ECS 1.2 system, without modifications after installation, only 37 Gib can be seen even by DFSEE. Loaded on a XP original system (is a new notebook) He can format a 114 GiB partition with NTFS and rebooting ECS al data can be seen. So asking on the hardware list, I have understood that the problem is on the IBM USB Mass Storage Device. The settings are the same than those listed for a Maxtor 120 GiB unit listed on http://www.os2warp.be.

Loaded Chris\'s USB MSD driver, he can see allldisk capacity, DFSEE also, and LVM it\'s able to set partitions and volumes. The USB Basic driver used on the successful test was IBM\'s.
VendorID0x067B
DeviceID0x3507
Product YE DATA INC. Hexa Media Drive
P/NYD-8V14
DesignerY-E Data Inc.
URLhttp://www.yedata.com/products/cardreaders/hexa.sh...
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has tested this device and confirms it is compatible with IBM's latest USB MSD device drivers.
VendorID-
DeviceID-
Product YE DATA INC. USB Floppy Compatible
P/N8U10-8300, 8U10-5***
DesignerY-E Data Inc.
URLhttp://www.yedata.com/products/floppydrives/multic...
Price-
CommentsOS/2 CHL hardware testing team has tested this device and concluded it to be fully functional with CP2, eCS 1.1 and IBM's latest official usbfloppy.exe.
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