Western Digital Western_dig.zip Driver Download

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Western Digital

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Jan (DG Member) on 4-Dec-2003

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
DLGLICE.TXT 10.1 KB 4 Oct 2000
DLGSW2.EXE 11.4 KB 2 Nov 2000
AUTO 81 bytes 18 Dec 2000
DLGSW.EXE 11.6 KB 2 Nov 2000
Dlgli.exe 108.1 KB 19 Dec 2000
LOADTOOL.BIN 4.5 KB 31 May 1999
DLGDIAG.TXT 5.5 KB 20 Dec 2000
dlg1.lnk 386 bytes 29 Sep 2000
DLGCHBW.EXE 32.8 KB 7 Nov 2000
drfat32.exe 24.1 KB 3 Jun 1999
DLGSW1.EXE 16.1 KB 6 Nov 2000
DLGUDMA.EXE 75.9 KB 6 Nov 2000
DLGUDMA.TXT 4.1 KB 20 Dec 2000
autoexec.bat 150 bytes 12 Oct 2000
DLGDIAG.EXE 99.9 KB 26 Oct 2000
dlg.lnk 363 bytes 17 Oct 2000
DLGCHK.EXE 38.6 KB 13 Oct 2000
dlgli1.exe 107.8 KB 19 Dec 2000
DLGCHK.TXT 4.7 KB 26 May 1999
COMMAND.COM 66.8 KB 21 Sep 1999
DLG.EXE 34.4 KB 20 Dec 2000
DLGEZ.EXE 116.4 KB 22 Dec 2000
CHK4OS.EXE 19.5 KB 22 Dec 2000

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