Promise FastTrak TX2000 Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models

FastTrak TX2000 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name (261.8 KB)

Versions (16-May-2003) (2003-04-25) via .inf

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Uploader Notes

Description - Adds Windows 2003 Server support

- Fixes problem where large drives sometimes not detected

Operating system:Windows


Uploaded By

BalajiS (DG Staff Member) on 25-Jan-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
TXTSETUP.OEM 5.9 KB 21 Feb 2003
Win2000/FASTTRAK.CAT 10 bytes 31 Jul 2000
Win2000/FASTTRAK.INF 3.5 KB 25 Apr 2003
Win2000/fasttrak.sys 81.8 KB 25 Apr 2003
Win9x-ME/ 10 bytes 31 Jul 2000
Win9x-ME/FASTTRAK.INF 5.2 KB 25 Apr 2003
Win9x-ME/fasttrak.mpd 100.4 KB 25 Apr 2003
Win9x-ME/FTTKVSD.VXD 13.0 KB 31 Jul 2000
Win9x-ME/PTISTP.DLL 45.1 KB 31 Jul 2000
Win9x-ME/PU66VSD.VXD 8.7 KB 31 Jul 2000
WinNet/FASTTRAK.CAT 10 bytes 31 Jul 2000
WinNet/FASTTRAK.INF 3.6 KB 25 Apr 2003
WinNet/fasttrak.sys 65.5 KB 25 Apr 2003
WinXP/FASTTRAK.CAT 10 bytes 31 Jul 2000
WinXP/FASTTRAK.INF 3.5 KB 25 Apr 2003
WinXP/fasttrak.sys 75.5 KB 25 Apr 2003
FASTTRAK 10 bytes 31 Jul 2000
README.TXT 1.7 KB 25 Apr 2003
NT4/FASTTRAK.CAT 10 bytes 31 Jul 2000
NT4/FASTTRAK.INF 3.3 KB 25 Apr 2003
NT4/FASTTRAK.SYS 101.2 KB 25 Apr 2003

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