Distributed Processing Technologies (DPT) DPT EISA (updated) Driver Download

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Supported Models


DPT EISA (updated)

DPT EISA (with 7.G FW) (updated)

DPT EISA SmartCache Plus PM2012B (updated)

DPT EISA SmartCache Plus PM2012B2 (Banyan Vines) (updated)

DPT EISA SmartCache Plus PM2012B2/9x (updated)

DPT ISA SCSI Host Adapters (updated)

DPT PM3334UW RAID Adaptor (updated)


Distributed Processing Technologies (DPT)

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

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Uploader Notes

Hey guys. Right now this is the only driver that works with all

NT operating systems for the DPT Raid cards. I was sick of waiting

for someone else to do it. If you have any problems, or are exper-iencing slow performance and I will try to fix it. It works great for me. This driver is based on the NT4 driver. The w2k drivers don't work right. Let me know some feedback good or bad.




Uploaded By

Nick (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DPTSCSI.SYS 13.8 KB 22 Jul 1997
README1st.TXT 394 bytes 23 Mar 2003
TXTSETUP.OEM 337 bytes 21 May 1999
DPTSCSI.CAT 28 bytes 27 Jul 2001
DPT_SCSI 13 bytes 1 Dec 1998
OEMSETUP.INF 3.4 KB 23 Mar 2003

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