Microsoft R100 Driver Download

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R100 Driver

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Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98

File Name (507.0 KB)


1.00.2082 (2001-09-21) via .inf

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Uploader Notes

The vendor ceased any support of this product. Fortunately, the OEM of the product, Oct Inc of Taiwan, is still in business. This is the driver version that actually worked for me on Windows XP. The product is a 4 port USB Hub plus PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard Plus Parallel and Serial Port all in one small hub. is the actual product that was sold by Xtend Micro.

Uploaded By

ArsTechnica (DG Member) on 22-May-2004

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSERIAL.SYS 56.3 KB 19 Sep 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/UNINST.EXE 151.6 KB 21 Nov 2000
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTDIPORT.INF 4.2 KB 25 Oct 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/ParUninst.exe 151.6 KB 21 Nov 2000
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTDIBUS.SYS 18.0 KB 25 Oct 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/PARPPL.INF 1.4 KB 22 Mar 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/ft2kunin.ini 92 bytes 20 Dec 2000
DK101_102v1_19DK05/Uninst_USBDock_98_Me.exe 28.7 KB 6 Feb 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSERMOU.VXD 9.3 KB 21 Sep 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSERUI.DLL 17.8 KB 5 Jul 2000
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSER2K.SYS 47.3 KB 25 Oct 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSERMOU.INF 2.0 KB 5 Jul 2000
DK101_102v1_19DK05/ftdiun2k.ini 92 bytes 25 Oct 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/Uninst_USBDock_2000_XP.EXE 28.7 KB 6 Feb 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTCOMMS.VXD 23.1 KB 19 Sep 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/PARUPL.SYS 38.6 KB 19 Mar 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/PARUPL.INF 852 bytes 22 Mar 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/UNINST.TXT 17 bytes 20 Dec 2000
DK101_102v1_19DK05/PARPPL.VXD 14.1 KB 19 Mar 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTDIUNIN.INI 91 bytes 25 Oct 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/ftdibus.inf 3.5 KB 29 Oct 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/Ftdiunin.exe 414.2 KB 28 Aug 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSENUM.SYS 25.2 KB 19 Sep 2001
DK101_102v1_19DK05/FTSENUM.VXD 7.7 KB 19 Sep 2001

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