G1900-1955 I think Driver
ocDISK1.zip (238.4 KB)
This is the original first diskette out of two for my plotter. The disk contains very ancient material. Will only work for old CAD programs. And I have no Idea on how to install the win driver in the windows directory on the disk. The second disk is the MODEOCÚ COMM PORT driver. All it does is allow you to send HPGL and probably other types of files directly to the comm port via the MODEOCE.exe, could be usefull for automation tasks?
Charles (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|WINDOWS/PLPVDF.DLL||50.4 KB||22 Feb 1994|
|WINDOWS/README.TXT||4.6 KB||22 Feb 1994|
|WINDOWS/OCEDEMO.TXT||304 bytes||20 Jan 1994|
|WINDOWS/OCEDEMO.DWG||94.3 KB||22 Feb 1994|
|WINDOWS/AUTOSPOL.TXT||2.0 KB||4 Feb 1994|
|DIGIT/DGPOCE.EXP||34.8 KB||24 Nov 1992|
|DIGIT/REAL/DG6400.COM||3.2 KB||30 Sep 1992|
|DIGIT/REAL/DG6800.COM||2.7 KB||3 Dec 1992|
|DIGIT/REAL/DG64DOC.BAT||5.9 KB||20 May 1993|
|DIGIT/REAL/DG68DOC.BAT||6.0 KB||20 May 1993|
|DIGIT/README_E.DOC||52.9 KB||7 Jun 1993|
|DIGIT/DGP60DOC.BAT||8.4 KB||20 May 1993|
|DIGIT/README.1ST||1.4 KB||18 May 1993|
|README.1ST||1.1 KB||4 Feb 1994|
|PLOTTER/PLPVDF.EXP||53.1 KB||20 May 1993|
|PLOTTER/TEST12.TXT||325 bytes||7 May 1993|
|PLOTTER/TEST12.DWG||94.3 KB||13 Jan 1993|
|PLOTTER/AUTOSPOL.DOC||3.0 KB||20 May 1993|
|PLOTTER/REAL/VDF_DOC.BAT||8.1 KB||10 Feb 1994|
|PLOTTER/REAL/PLVDF.EXE||20.0 KB||30 Sep 1992|
|PLOTTER/README.1ST||2.5 KB||4 Feb 1994|
|PLOTTER/PVDF_DOC.BAT||8.1 KB||4 Feb 1994|
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