Dell sells rebranded USB memory keys under a variety of different vendors. These vendors include Lexmark, M-Systems, and SMART. This technical recipe covers the unofficial installation of a [SMART]. USB memory key under Windows 98 SE, as the default SMART driver does not work on the Dell SM9FLAMK Memory Key without modification.
- Download and extract the the Windows 98 SE SMART driver, released on October 28, 2004.
- Open the SMARTG2.INF file using a text editor such as Notepad, and change the string
PID_1700. There should be three occurrences.
- Finally, insert the Dell Memory Key and run the Add New Hardware Wizard. During the Wizard installation, point the installation directory to your modified SMARTG2.INF.
If your memory key is, instead, from M-Systems, head over to DiskOnKey, and download their Windows 98SE driver. No changes to the drivers are necessary.