Okay, it's 2024 and the MS-DOS age seems like at least the previous century (which is accurate). But some hobbyists and enthousiasts still toy a bit with old operating systems. This old bloke tends to be one of them.
20 years ago someone with the alias "Darkehorse" had a page with all kinds of USB drivers. When he took it offline, I asked permission to mirror it, and permission was granted. This mirror was originally created at the 29th of April 2003 and from that moment on I continued this legacy.
Maybe you got here looking for that stuff, or maybe you just got curious about the page itself, but here you can find a screenshot of the original web page, and all data translated into neat a 2024-like HTML webpage.
Keep in mind, I do not provide support on these files!
As a general rule, USB is NOT supported in DOS. There are companies and individuals who are producing USB stacks for DOS, but nothing practical yet for the everyday DOS user. I hope to include all of the software and information available on this page since this topic does tend to pop up a lot on discussion boards.