TEAC Cable II CardBus Driver
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TEAC Cable II USB Driver
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows 98, Windows 95
5.1.3566.1 (2001-11-29) via .inf
Eswar (DG Staff Member) on 28-May-2004
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The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|FCLogMsg.dll||20.5 KB||31 Aug 2000|
|FCDisk1||7 bytes||15 Nov 1999|
|FCCable.inf||7.1 KB||20 Dec 2001|
|DriverRemove.exe||90.1 KB||1 Nov 2001|
|windiff file list.txt||931 bytes||20 Dec 2001|
|readme.txt||404 bytes||20 Dec 2001|
|FCPCMCIA.sys||22.8 KB||29 Nov 2001|
|FCCable.sys||28.7 KB||29 Nov 2001|
|signability.txt||337 bytes||20 Dec 2001|
|FCDrive.pdr||10.1 KB||16 Jun 2001|
|FCUSB.sys||13.1 KB||29 Nov 2001|
|windiff INF composite file.txt||8.6 KB||20 Dec 2001|
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