Windows98 Driver Install/Uninstall Driver Install: 1. Execute Win 98 UFD driver, then restart PC.
2. Plug iStar into an available USB port. A new Removable Disk drive with a newly assigned drive letter appears in the My Computer window.
Driver Uninstall: 1. Click Install/Uninstall in PC setting. And select Remove.
Boot-Up Function For systemsthat use Windows 98SE/ME, iStar can be configured to serve as an MS-DOS Boot Disk. Upon completion of the appropriate procedure for your operating system as described below, iStar can be used to boot up your computer, allowing you to run MS-DOS programs. iStar can start up your computer by using USB-ZIP or USB-HDD boot-up functions. This does not make iStar a Rescue Disk for Windows, or put WindowsStartup files onto iStar. After booting with iStar, the system is started in the MS-DOS command screen. If you wish to enter Windows, you must restart Windows from your hard drive or a previously created Rescue Disk. System Requirements for the Boot-Up Function A desktop or notebook computer that supports USB-ZIP or USB-HDD as the First Boot Device in BIOS 1. Windows 98SE/ME on the C: drive 2. Anyanti-virus program present must be turned off Note1: Boot-Up Function is not supported for Windows 2000, XP, Mac or Linux Operating Systems. Note2: To use the Boot-Up function, you must be logged on to the Windows OS with Administrator privileges. Boot-Up Function for Windows 98SE You must run the iStar program on the iStar to enable this feature. This procedure will reformat the iStar and eraseany data saved to the iStar memory. In order to avoid loss of data, please backup the files before proceeding. When the iStar main window appears, click the Format button.
Drive Letter and Capacity
Information of Partitioned Disk 1
Disk-Volume bar. Use it to make two partitions and adjust the capacity sized.
Information of Partitioned Disk 2
Progress BarType of Format Quick: Full: Erase and check blocks at the same time. If there are any bad blocks, mark them as Bad and perform a DOS format. Do a Surface Scan for a Read/Write Check. A Read/Write Check can find if there is any bad block which will be marked as Bad and perform a DOS format. Configure device only: Partition iStar, and set up password protection and boot-up information. Note:Configure device only cannot be setup under password protection. WARNING: All data on iStar will be lost during execution of this procedure!
Configuration Slide the Disk-Volume bar to adjust the disk size of your iStar. You can make one disk or two disks by adjusting the volume sizes. The options will change automatically and enable your choice.
Make an USB-ZIP startup disk: When the size of Disk 1is set to be larger than 3MB, but not larger than 512MB. This option can be chosen and it can enable iStar to boot up the computer in USB-ZIP mode. iStar program will copy boot-up files onto iStar and set up startup information during formatting.
Make an USB-HDD startup disk: (Only for Windows 98SE) When the size of Disk 1 is set to be larger than 3MB, but not larger than 512MB. This optioncan be chosen and it can enable iStar to boot up the computer in USB-HDD mode. iStar program will copy boot-up files onto iStar and set up startup information during formatting.
Enable password protection: Choose this option to set up a password during formatting. If you format as two disks, the Disk 1 is a public disk and Disk 2 will be password protected.
Create One Partition Slide theDisk-Volume bar all the way down to set Disk 1 size equal to the total capacity of iStar. iStar can be enabled to setup to an USB-ZIP or USB-HDD boot-up mode as indicated below. Option 1 2 Configuration Make USB-ZIP startup disk Make USB-HDD startup disk BIOS USB-ZIP USB-HDD
Option 1: Make an USB-ZIP startup disk 1. Select Type of format (Quick, Full or Configure device only) and Make USB-ZIP...