AGFA e-Photo CL-50 Driver Download

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AGFA e-Photo CL-50 Driver Download
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Supported Models

e-Photo CL-50 Driver

Manufacturers

AGFA

Supported Operating Systems

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

File Name

AGFA__PhotoWise_v1.8__English_.zip (15.7 MB)

Versions

1.8 (12-Feb-1999)

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Uploader Notes

TESTED and working on Windows 9x/ME/NT/XP. May also work on other Windows operating systems. Unpack to folder and click Setup.exe or unpack and burn to CD and AutoRun.INF should auto-start the installation.

Uploaded By

Lonnie Matta (DG Member) on 18-Feb-2005

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
utilities/layout.bin 353 bytes 30 Oct 1998
utilities/_sys1.cab 181.7 KB 30 Oct 1998
utilities/_ISDEL.EXE 8.2 KB 24 Mar 1997
utilities/SWReadMe.txt 1.8 KB 30 Oct 1998
utilities/setup.lid 47 bytes 30 Oct 1998
utilities/SETUP.EXE 59.4 KB 24 Mar 1997
utilities/DATA.TAG 118 bytes 13 Nov 1998
utilities/os.dat 419 bytes 18 Mar 1997
utilities/setup.ins 55.8 KB 13 Nov 1998
utilities/data1.cab 399.8 KB 30 Oct 1998
utilities/SETUP.INI 68 bytes 30 Oct 1998
utilities/_SETUP.DLL 11.3 KB 24 Mar 1997
utilities/_user1.cab 8.7 KB 30 Oct 1998
utilities/lang.dat 352 bytes 13 Mar 1997
utilities/_INST32I.EX_ 316.2 KB 24 Mar 1997
english/disk8/data8.cab 1.5 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk10/data10.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/layout.bin 685 bytes 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/_sys1.cab 203.9 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/_ISDEL.EXE 8.7 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/setup.lid 49 bytes 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/SETUP.EXE 60.4 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/DATA.TAG 110 bytes 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/os.dat 417 bytes 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/data1.cab 475.5 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/SETUP.INI 66 bytes 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/_SETUP.DLL 11.3 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/_user1.cab 51.7 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/lang.dat 4.5 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/Setup.Ins 67.3 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk1/_INST32I.EX_ 290.7 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk6/data6.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk7/data7.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk3/data3.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk9/data9.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk2/data2.cab 1.5 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk11/data11.cab 458.1 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/mkfloppy.bat 6.0 KB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk5/data5.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
english/disk4/data4.cab 1.4 MB 22 Feb 1999
autorun.inf 43 bytes 26 Jan 1999
setup.exe 186.9 KB 19 Mar 1998
mkfloppy.exe 190.0 KB 9 Jul 1998

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