Distributed Processing Technologies (DPT) DTC Enhanced IDE Miniport Driver DTCEIDE.MPD Driver Download

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DTC Enhanced IDE Miniport Driver DTCEIDE.MPD Driver


Distributed Processing Technologies (DPT)

Data Technology (DTC)

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows NT3.51, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 3.1

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Uploaded By

Steve Rowe (DG Member) on 24-Mar-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
DTCIDE3.DSK 25.3 KB 27 Feb 1998
DTCIDE4.DSK 25.3 KB 27 Feb 1998
WINEIDE.386 18.0 KB 2 Apr 1998
EXT_PP.EXE 1.4 KB 10 May 1995
DTCSPEED.EXE 12.8 KB 19 Sep 1994
DTCEIDE.MPD 26.6 KB 26 Feb 1998
SCSI1HLP.DTC 19.2 KB 18 Jul 1996
DTCIDE4.DDI 611 bytes 27 Feb 1998
ATDISK.SYS 58.9 KB 3 Mar 1995
DOSEIDE.SYS 18.6 KB 2 Apr 1998
DTCIDE.ADD 41.6 KB 7 Mar 1998
EZIDE.EXE 95.2 KB 7 Sep 1996
LICENSE.DTC 7.5 KB 20 Oct 1994
ATAPI.SYS 21.0 KB 15 Feb 1996
README.1ST 66.1 KB 7 Mar 1998
DTCEIDE.INF 1.2 KB 26 Feb 1998

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