NVidia MPU401 Driver for General Midi in DOS Shell Driver Download

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Supported Models

NVidia NV1 PCI VGA Compatible Device

NVidia MPU401 Driver for General Midi in DOS Shell

NVidia NV1 PCI Multimedia Device



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

File Name

Uploaded By

DriverGuide (DG Staff Member) on 13-Mar-2004

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
nvjoy.vxd 8.0 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvmmvxd.vxd 19.6 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgapd2.vxd 7.8 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgaay2.vxd 8.1 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVMPU401.INF 1.2 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgaay1.vxd 8.1 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVMM.DRV 93.9 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVIDIA.IDF 818 bytes 9 Sep 1996
nvsgast2.vxd 8.0 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVINIT.SYS 9.2 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVRM.VXD 222.7 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVRM.EXE 3.2 KB 9 Sep 1996
NV1MM.INF 11.2 KB 9 Sep 1996
nv.vxd 6.3 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvdd32.dll 66.0 KB 9 Sep 1996
vjoyd.vxd 21.7 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvapi.dll 6.7 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgaar2.vxd 8.1 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgapd1.vxd 7.8 KB 9 Sep 1996
NVSYS.DLL 20.4 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvmpu401.vxd 27.3 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvdisp.drv 641.4 KB 9 Sep 1996
NV1DISP.INF 2.9 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgast1.vxd 8.0 KB 9 Sep 1996
nvsgaar1.vxd 8.1 KB 9 Sep 1996

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