UMC Driver Download

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UMC Driver Download
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ne2000 compatable isa jumperless non pnp all windows and dos useful for info prior to setting in linux

ndis odi tcpip etc supported

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rwn (DG Member) on 5-Dec-2003

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
ODI/SRVODI/NET3.11/NE12ODI.LAN 13.3 KB 18 Nov 1993
ODI/SRVODI/NET4.X/NE12ODI.LDI 785 bytes 21 Feb 1994
ODI/SRVODI/NET4.X/NE12ODI.LAN 5.9 KB 18 Nov 1993
ODI/SRVODI/NET3.12/NE12ODI.LAN 5.9 KB 18 Nov 1993
ODI/INSTALL.DOC 7.8 KB 21 Feb 1994
ODI/DOSODI/NET.CFG/802.3 594 bytes 12 Aug 1993
ODI/DOSODI/NET.CFG/802.2 594 bytes 12 Aug 1993
ODI/DOSODI/NE12ODI.COM 20.6 KB 18 Nov 1993
ODI/DOSODI/NE12ODI.INS 489 bytes 21 Feb 1994
ODI/DOSODI/README.DOC 303 bytes 18 Nov 1993
NE12DIAG.EXE 59.1 KB 19 Nov 1994
RELEASE.DOC 1.7 KB 6 May 1994
NDIS/INSTALL.DOC 11.1 KB 21 Feb 1994
NDIS/NE12.DOS 9.1 KB 18 Nov 1993
NDIS/PROTOCOL.INI 131 bytes 8 Feb 1993
NDIS/NE12.NIF 117 bytes 8 Feb 1993
NDIS/OEMSETUP.INF 339 bytes 17 Feb 1994
IPX/NE12IPX.OBJ 9.4 KB 18 Nov 1993
IPX/NE12IPX.COM 40.0 KB 18 Nov 1993
IPX/INSTALL.DOC 1.6 KB 19 Mar 1993
IPX/NE12IPX.LAN 1.8 KB 18 Nov 1993
TCPIP/NE12PD.COM 6.1 KB 12 Aug 1993
README.DOC 4.4 KB 6 May 1994

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