Packard Bell A950 TWR Driver Download

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Supported Models

A950 TWR Driver

Manufacturers

Packard Bell

Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name

PB_Legend_1540_Supreme_FCCID_FOD-_680PT_Model_No.A950-TWR_.zip (667.1 KB)

Versions

1.00.12 DN0R

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Uploader Notes

Very hard to find Jumper settings and Mother Board layout for a Packard Bell Legend 1540 Supreme with a PB680 Orlando Mother Board originally with 133Mhz Processor and 16MB of RAM 2GB HD 33.6 modem sound card combo. BIOS version 1.00.06.dn0r original Max CPU was P200Mhz But after bios upgrade it will recognise P233Mhz. to do so I just removed the jumper pins from J1F2-D. Worked like a charm :)

Uploaded By

Kevin Hukins (DG Member) on 10-Aug-2004

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/BIOSDN0.RE3 41.1 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/IFLASH.EXE 188.0 KB 19 Feb 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/1012DN0R.BIO 65.7 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/1012DN0R.RCV 16.4 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/1012DN0R.BI2 65.7 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/AUTOEXEC.BAT 141 bytes 9 Aug 1999
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/1012DN0R.BI3 41.1 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/1012DN0R.BI1 65.7 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/BIOSDN0.REC 65.7 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/LOADREC.EXE 26.8 KB 3 Apr 1996
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/BIOSDN0.RE1 65.7 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/BIOSDN0.RE2 65.7 KB 7 Jul 1997
PB Legend 1540 Supreme/680mb last Bios Update Version 1.00.12 DN0R Must have to overclock .exe/makedisk.bat 935 bytes 6 Jul 1999

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