Windows NT 4.0 Does NOT Support Universal Serial Bus
USB for Windows NT 4.0 by Bsquare
USB For Windows® NT® 4.0 allows you to use plug-and-play USB (Universal Serial Bus) mice, keyboards, printers, and Pocket PC cradles (HP Jornada 545/548, Compaq iPaq and the Socket Compact Flash card) on your Microsoft® Windows NT 4.0 PC. Windows NT 4.0 users, both enterprise users and consumers, can get off-the-shelf USB capability without having to upgrade their operating system, use a dual boot system, or develop device drivers. The easy-to-use USB For Windows NT 4.0 solution adds flexibility and helps people working in a Windows NT 4.0 environment realize the benefits of combining the features of Windows NT 4.0 and USB mice, keyboards, printers, and Pocket PC cradles. USB For Windows NT 4.0 does not support any other devices, or hubs that support the four devices, than the ones listed above, mice, keyboards, printers, and Pocket PC cradles.
USB Hardware with USB NT Support
Freedom USB Series by Quatech - Win NT Drivers are available for all Serial/USB adapters.
IomegaWare 3.06 by Iomega - Supports NT 4.0 USB with Zip drives and adapters, Jaz® drives and adapters, and the PocketZip PC Card drive.
WatchPort V USB Camera by IONetworks - USB Camera with drivers for WinNT. This is the renowned 3COM Home Connect Camera with updated drivers and Win NT compatibility.
EdgePort USB Driver Stack for WinNT by IONetworks for use by USB Developers
HP PhotoSmart S20 Scanner by HP - Supports NT 4.0 USB with specifically written proprietary drivers.
Orb Drive by Castlewood Win NT USB Support CC-NT40
Silicom Ethernet Adapter U2E by Silicom Connectivity Solutions - USB Ethernet Adapter with proprietary Win NT 4.0 USB drivers.
PortStation by Intel (Xircom) - Network, Parallel, Serial, PS2, USB and Modem expansion through a single USB port with Win NT USB support.
Please Note: Devices that support USB for Win NT 4.0 through the use of proprietary drivers and software may and often do conflict with each other. Some combinations of these devices may be impossible to configure or impractical to use.
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