Swift SM Driver
eUSB SmartMedia Adapter Driver
184.108.40.206 (2001-08-27) via .inf
When drivers are requested, point to the directory in which the file has been unzipped to.
Seems to work fine under all conditions except coming out of STR standby
Des (DG Member) on 21-Mar-2004
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|EUSBMSD.sys||50.5 KB||27 Aug 2001|
|DISK1||4 bytes||19 Aug 2001|
|Eusbsm.inf||1.9 KB||27 Aug 2001|
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