CNet CNPower200 10/100Mbps PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver Download

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Supported Models

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CNPower200 10/100Mbps PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter Driver

CNPower200WL 10/100Mbps PCI Fast Ethernet Wake-On-LAN Adapter Driver




Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

File Name


2.18.0115.2002 (2002-01-15) via .inf

Uploader Notes

FILE FOR CNPower200 10/100Mbps PCI Fast Ethernet Adapter

Uploaded By

cloy (DG Member) on 6-Feb-2004

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
WinMe/CNP200.inf 12.2 KB 13 Mar 2002
WinMe/CNP200.sys 36.5 KB 30 Aug 2002
Winnt/Wnt35/CNP200.sy_ 23.2 KB 30 Aug 2002
Winnt/Wnt40/CNP200.sy_ 23.2 KB 30 Aug 2002
Winnt/Cnp200.hl_ 2.6 KB 16 Apr 1999
WinXP/CNP200.inf 12.2 KB 13 Mar 2002
WinXP/CNP200.sys 36.6 KB 30 Aug 2002
Oemsetnt.inf 36.5 KB 18 Feb 2002
Win98/CNP200.inf 12.2 KB 13 Mar 2002
Win98/CNP200.sys 36.5 KB 30 Aug 2002
Win95/CNP200.inf 3.8 KB 30 Jan 2002
Win95/CNP200.sys 48.2 KB 30 Aug 2002
Win2000/CNP200.inf 12.2 KB 13 Mar 2002
Win2000/CNP200.sys 36.5 KB 30 Aug 2002

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