Dell Precision WorkStation 400 Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models

Dell Precision WorkStation 400 Driver

ws400nic Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows NT3.51, Windows 95, DOS, Other

File Name

ws400nic.exe (1.6 MB)


1.0, A01 (15-Aug-2000)

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Uploader Notes

Network: 3Com 3c90x Ethernet Controller, Driver, Multi OS, English, Precision 400, v. 1.0, A01

This is a self-extracting file that contains the A03 version of the3Com 3C90x Fast Etherlink XL network drivers for use on the WorkStation 400 systems.After downloading and extracting, to make the diskette, place a formatted diskette in drive A:, go to a DOS Prompt, change to the directory containing the extracted files, and type in disk1 a:, then press ENTER to make the disk. Repeat steps for disk2.

OS: Novell Netware Microsoft Windows 3.x Microsoft Windows NT 3.5x

Uploaded By

Satya (DG Staff Member) on 1-Feb-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
disk2.exe 751.5 KB 16 Oct 1997
readme.txt 466 bytes 16 Oct 1997
disk1.exe 872.6 KB 16 Oct 1997

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