Dell 136FWA03 Driver Download (Official)

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Dell 136FWA03 Driver Download (Official)
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Supported Models

136FWA03 Driver

PowerVault 100T DDS4 (LVD Tape Drive) Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Linux, Other

File Name

136FWA03.EXE (7.3 MB)

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Uploader Notes

Tape Drives: Dell PowerVault 100T DDS4, Firmware, Linux, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, English, PowerVault 100T DDS4 LVD Tape Drive, 8130

PowerVault 100T DDS4 LVD Tape Drive Firmware 8130 upgrade, Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft Windows 2000, Red Hat Linux

OS: Red Hat Red Hat Linux 6.1 Red Hat Red Hat Linux 6.2 Red Hat Red Hat Linux 7.0

Uploaded By

BalajiA (DG Staff Member) on 4-Feb-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
FirmwareA03/Library/dell136t-V2_60_40.lif 1.4 MB 26 Jul 2001
FirmwareA03/release notes.txt 2.9 KB 8 Nov 2001
FirmwareA03/readme.txt 10.3 KB 8 Nov 2001
FirmwareA03/RMU/s/131d-00012.img 564.4 KB 21 Jul 2001
FirmwareA03/RMU/rmu-dell136t.lif 564.4 KB 21 Jul 2001
FirmwareA03/LTO Drive/4.211ACI4disco.e 577.0 KB 6 Jun 2001
FirmwareA03/LTO Drive/Dell_LTTInstall2.7.exe 3.1 MB 6 Mar 2001
FirmwareA03/LTO Drive/4.211ACI4disco.frm 578.1 KB 6 Jun 2001
FirmwareA03/FC Module/v040308.bin 4.7 MB 7 Nov 2001

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  • In Windows XP, click Start -> Control Panel -> Performance and Maintenance -> System -> Hardware tab -> Device Manager button

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  2. Select the Driver tab.

  3. Click the Update Driver button and follow the instructions.

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