Miro Computer Products miroSOUND PCM12: MPU-401 Device Driver Download

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Supported Models

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miroSOUND PCM12: MPU-401 Device Driver

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Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

File Name

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Uploader Notes

dos and win95drivers support 98

Uploaded By

romain (DG Member) on 4-Jan-2001

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Device Hardware IDs




Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
MSJSTICK.DRV 7.8 KB 24 Aug 1995
SNDINDOS.EXE 76.4 KB 12 Mar 1996
VJOYD.VXD 20.6 KB 24 Aug 1995
INSTALL.INI 8.5 KB 12 Mar 1996
BMPDLL.DLL 32.6 KB 4 Mar 1996
README.TXT 6.5 KB 12 Mar 1996
MIRSND.INF 2.1 KB 1 Nov 2000
MPU401.VXD 13.4 KB 5 Mar 1996
TOOLS.ARJ 225.0 KB 12 Mar 1996
SNDPORT.DRV 71.4 KB 12 Mar 1996
CDSETUP.SYS 3.9 KB 5 Mar 1996
SOUNDCFG.INI 634 bytes 11 Mar 1996
README.DEU 7.9 KB 12 Mar 1996
INSTALL.MIR 108.6 KB 19 Dec 1995
INFOS.TXT 28 bytes 27 May 1996
MIROPL.DRV 50.7 KB 6 Mar 1996
MPU401.DRV 9.2 KB 5 Mar 1996
SETUP.INF 9.1 KB 11 Mar 1996
SNDPORT.VXD 26.2 KB 12 Mar 1996

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