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I am running VirtualBox 6.1 on Ubuntu 20.04. I have two virtual machines set up: Win 95 and Win 10. My windows 10 virtual machine is able to read the USBs I have connected to my host. However, Win 95 does not seem to see/read them. When I go to My Computer the USB drives are not there.

In my Win 95 Virtual Box USB settings I have USB Controller enabled and my USB device is listed as available in the filters. NOTE: My USB is 1GB in size. Could that be an issue with Win 95? (Win 95 can't handle a size that big?) Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

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  • how is this a linux question?
    – jsotola
    Jan 23 at 2:31
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Note that supported devices were often keyboards, mice and printers in those days. It was not uncommon that you needed an extra driver for your device. Don't expect too much.

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  • USB drives in particular need their own drivers, which often require Windows 98. On Windows 95, a network share would be easier to set up. Jan 23 at 9:45

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