Dell Intel LAN 60 Util A04 Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models

Intel LAN 60 Util A04 Driver

PowerEdge 600SC Driver

Manufacturers

Dell

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Linux, Other

File Name

Intel_LAN_60_Util_A04.exe (557.2 KB)

Versions

6.0, A04 (23-Aug-2002)

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Uploader Notes

Network: Intel PRO Family of Adapters, Utility, Multi OS, English, Multi System, v.6.0, A04

Intel Network Interface Card Utilities * Uses DOS to load

OS: Red Hat Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 Red Hat Red Hat Linux 7.2 Red Hat Red Hat Linux 7.3 Novell Netware

Uploaded By

Satya (DG Staff Member) on 28-Jan-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
diag100.exe 90.5 KB 9 May 2002
IBACFG.txt 3.1 KB 19 Feb 2002
IBAUtil.exe 132.8 KB 7 Jun 2002
BOOTAGNT.txt 11.6 KB 2 May 2002
ibautil.txt 10.3 KB 14 Jun 2002
NDIS2_drivers/e100b.dos 32.9 KB 14 Feb 2002
NDIS2_drivers/e1000.dos 51.2 KB 3 Apr 2002
IDADAPT.TXT 7.1 KB 9 Jan 2002
ibacfg.exe 97.6 KB 9 May 2002
IDADAPT.EXE 62.7 KB 11 Mar 2002
DIAG1000.EXE 114.5 KB 7 May 2002

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