MicroSolutions USB Backpack 139 or 140 Free Driver Download
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Took a while but I found it! The file is MicroSolutions newest (as of 6/11/03) general-purpose driver file. It supports the USb to SCSI adapter that comes with the devices. All I needed to do was to extract the files and point the device manager to the driver (no nasty setup programs). If you need to install the backpack itself (I don't have this), you may need to run setup, but I doubt it (you hardly ever have to, really).
LATEST BACKPACK 32-BIT DRIVER.
pnp405d.exe | ftp | http | - Released May 8, 2003. Version 4.05 backpack Plug and Play driver (v4.17.00 for WinNT4). Installs latest backpack driver support for Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP and NT4. Automatically replaces any previous backpack driver installations. Use this Installer/Uninstaller for all backpack rewriter, D
Ashlar (DG Member) on 6/11/2003
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