Microsoft Acme USB Remote NDIS Network Device Free Driver Download
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Windows 98SE, Windows 98
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This kit supplements the Windows Driver Development Kit (DDK) for Remote NDIS (RNDIS) USB Drivers. The Microsoft® Windows® XP and Windows CE .NET operating systems include built-in support for RNDIS USB Drivers.
RNDIS USB Drivers are available for redistribution for Windows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millennium Edition, and Windows 2000.
In choosing to download the RNDIS USB Driver Kit, you must acknowledge that you accept the license agreement associated with this kit.
This package contains three main pieces
• Remote NDIS Specification and a specification errata document (\Documents directory)
• RNDIS USB drivers (\Drivers directory)
• Redistribution Agreement and the Supplemental End User License Agreements (\Licenses directory)
Stampy (DG Member) on 6/26/2003
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