ECS n2u400-a PCB v1.0 Driver Download

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Supported Models

n2u400a Driver

n2u400-a PCB v1.0 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name (633.8 KB)


1.0e (31-Aug-2004)

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Uploader Notes

Only for PCB v1.0 (not for 1.0u)

Added support for AMD K7 Sempron model 10 2200+/2800+ CPU.

BIOS Date: 08/31/04

BIOS Type: Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG

BIOS ID: 08/31/2004-nVidia-nForce-6A61BE19C-00

OEM Sign-On: N2U400-A Ver 1.0E 08/31/2004

Uploaded By

Prowler (DG Member) on 12-Jan-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
WINFLASH.GID 8.6 KB 12 Jan 2005
How to use Award WinFlash utility.pdf 303.1 KB 7 Dec 2001
readme.txt 89 bytes 23 Apr 2002
WinFlash.exe 356.4 KB 23 Feb 2004
n2u400a_10e.BIN 262.1 KB 31 Aug 2004
WEB.TXT 163 bytes 31 Aug 2004
RELEASE.TXT 1.2 KB 31 Aug 2004
WinFlash.sys 3.5 KB 17 Sep 2002

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