SUNIX PCI 4018A Multi-I/O Adapter Driver Download

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Supported Models

4008A or 4008T Driver

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Manufacturers

SUNIX

Supported Operating Systems

Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000

File Name

4008A_or_4008T.zip (1.1 MB)

Versions

6.4

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Uploader Notes

Installed successfully on a generic 25-pin parallel PCI card in a Windows XP Pro PC. The only real information printed on the circuit board is FCC:H9MPAR40XX but I have come to discover the card was originally manufactured by Sunix and relabelled for sale in the U.S. Also, my card is the "4008A" and the website said "4008T" but the driver seems to work regardless.

Uploaded By

Will (DG Member) on 8-Aug-2008

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Device Hardware IDs

Compatible IDs

PCI\CC_0700

PCI\CC_070002

PCI\CC_0701

PCI\CC_070102

PCI\VEN_1409

PCI\VEN_1409&CC_0700

PCI\VEN_1409&CC_070002

PCI\VEN_1409&CC_0701

PCI\VEN_1409&CC_070102

SNXPCARD_PARPECP

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
4008T_XP-Vista-2k3_32bit_v6_and_more/4008T_Win9x_Me_v1.0.zip 200.6 KB 8 Aug 2008
4008T_XP-Vista-2k3_32bit_v6_and_more/4008T_XP-Vista-2k3_32bit_v6.4.zip 386.6 KB 8 Aug 2008
4008T_XP-Vista-2k3_32bit_v6_and_more/4008T_XP-Vista-2k3_64bit_v6.4.2.1.zip 520.5 KB 8 Aug 2008

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