CMedia CMI 8330 Driver Download (Official)

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CMI 8330 Driver



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CMI 8330

Operating System: Linux

Uploaded By

Manivel (DG Staff Member) on 24-May-2004

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
INSTALL.EXE 88.9 KB 11 Aug 1997
README.TXT 513 bytes 12 Jun 1998
WINAPP/CMCDPLYR.EX_ 65.2 KB 26 Aug 1997
WINAPP/DEMO3D.EX_ 11.2 KB 29 Jul 1997
WINAPP/CMMIXER.EX_ 80.5 KB 10 Apr 1998
WINAPP/CMWAVE.EX_ 63.4 KB 25 Jul 1997
WINAPP/MDEVSET.EX_ 12.0 KB 5 Mar 1998
WINAPP/CMMIDI.EX_ 52.9 KB 25 Jul 1997
WINAPP/CMRACK.EX_ 13.2 KB 27 Aug 2097
WINAPP/SYSTEM/MPU401.DRV 7.1 KB 10 Mar 1992
WINAPP/SYSTEM/CMEDIA.386 22.2 KB 26 Mar 1997
WINAPP/ADV.MI_ 15.8 KB 28 Apr 1997
DOS/CMTEST.EX_ 45.7 KB 7 Aug 1997
DOS/CMTEST.VO_ 100.4 KB 6 Mar 1997
DOS/CMINIT.EX_ 25.0 KB 8 Aug 1997
DOS/PLAYWAV.EX_ 15.5 KB 25 Jul 1997
DOS/CMMIX.CO_ 8.9 KB 25 Jul 1997
DOS/CMORGAN.EX_ 23.3 KB 7 Aug 1997
DOS/CDPLYR.EX_ 12.7 KB 7 Mar 1997
DOS/CMPLAY.EX_ 17.9 KB 7 Aug 1997
DOS/CMREC.EX_ 20.1 KB 7 Aug 1997
DOS/CMUTIL.EX_ 48.3 KB 7 Aug 1997
WSETUP.EXE 64.6 KB 5 Mar 1998
SETUP.INI 195 bytes 31 Jul 1997

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