Dell PowerVault 136T LTO/SDLT (Tape Library) Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models

PowerVault 136T LTO/SDLT (Tape Library) Driver

R42858 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Linux, Other

File Name

R42858.EXE (11.4 MB)


2.73.10, A05 (3-May-2002)

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Uploader Notes

Tape Automation: Dell PowerVault 136T Tape Library, Firmware, Multi OS, English, PowerVault 136T Tape Library, v. 2.73.10, A05

PowerVault 136T Library Firmware 2.73.10PowerVault 136T Remote Manage Card Firmware 134d.0008PowerVault 136T LTO Tape Drive Firmware E21V 5.026PowerVault 136T SDLT Tape Drive Firmware 2525 (v37)PowerVault 136T FC Module Firmware 4.10.11

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

Uploaded By

BalajiA (DG Staff Member) on 7-Feb-2005

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Library/1.40.D 2.7 MB 26 Mar 2002
Library/C7200_140D.frm 2.7 MB 26 Mar 2002
release notes.txt 3.3 KB 9 May 2002
SDLT Drive/Setup.exe 1.9 MB 31 Oct 2001
SDLT Drive/sdlt1_v37_del-2.img 2.8 MB 15 Nov 2001
LTO Drive/e24v.frm 601.5 KB 19 Apr 2002
Version.txt 296 bytes 9 May 2002
Tape Tools/Dell - LTT_Install.exe 4.1 MB 7 Jan 2002

How to Update PowerVault 136T LTO/SDLT (Tape Library) Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

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